IWB while driving

This is a discussion on IWB while driving within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; LET ME KNOW what you come up with. I drive wrecker too and will be facing the same problem. I did find that just putting ...

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    LET ME KNOW what you come up with. I drive wrecker too and will be facing the same problem. I did find that just putting my PT145 Mill Pro in my back pocket was very comfortable, but i would prefer to use a holster cuz of the various things that must be done in our job. I drive a conventional sling trk and that means pullin drive shafts and so on
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    IUf it was me, I'd be going OWB but then, I hate IWB. I have never found it comfortable at all.
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    I think 3:00 IWB with a good forward cant is going to work out. I just got in the mail today a Comp-Tac Infindel with 15 degree cant and it is a lot better than the Bianchi I was wearing but still not enough cant. I am going to get an IWB from Aholster with a 25 degree cant and see how that works, I will let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Search out Fist holsters...
    See Fist...
    Once at Fist site...hit Fist holsters...then Holsters by category...then Driving to CrossDraw (#42)
    Hi, new member, but I have been carrying concealed for seven years and am a retired LEO. I have the #42, it has become my favorite holster for my Kimber Ultra Carry II.

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    I carry ALL my CCW's in a Milt Sparks VersaMax-II. My truck even has wrap around bucket seats and I am comfortable when driving, even on long trips, with everything from my Springfield 1911 to my baby Glock!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobernet View Post
    Crossdraw at 11 o'clock is about the most comfortable for most right handers. But that would necessitate changing holsters when you get out. If you're interested in something like that, check out the Carjacker from Andrews Leather.
    Yikes, their picture of the draw has the finger on the trigger and the gun not aimed at anything most people are willing to destroy.

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