Let's See Your Pic's - How You Carry Concealed.

This is a discussion on Let's See Your Pic's - How You Carry Concealed. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I think you did a great job! After I saw your post where you stated that you made it, I looked at the Milt Sparks ...

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    I think you did a great job!

    After I saw your post where you stated that you made it, I looked at the Milt Sparks VMII & Watch Six. You did not copy them IMO. The Sparks mounting straps are slightly separated from the holster, yours are not.

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    Bluelineman-

    Thanks again for the kind words.

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    Current carry setup is a Ruger SP101 2.25" barrel in .357mag. I've found the D.M. Bullard Dual Carry Concealed holster to be very comfortable.



    I'm self employed so "shirt out" is normal for me. If I need to travel lighter for dress I carry a 642-1 in a pocket holster.

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    I too am self employed carpenter and plumber so this style is common, no questions asked. Here is my full size HK USP .45 in an Uncle Mikes Sidekick IWB @ 4:00 with the retention strap I installed using a snap.
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    Here are a few shots of my Kimber UCII in a Milt Sparks Watch 6, and my HK P7M8 in a Del Fatti ISP-LP. The belt is a Rafter S sharkskin. Note: I'm not lefty, all pictures were taken in my dirty mirror.


    See how tight the W6 pulls the gun in to my body? The slimline Alumagrips really aid in concealment as well.

    More of the same using the Del Fatti ISP-LP. I've been carrying this more and more lately.

    Concealed carry?

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    I forgot to post pics of my new Springer 1911.



    Yes, its a fullsize 1911.



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    Skippy, what's the mag holder? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaerexys View Post
    Skippy, what's the mag holder? Thanks.
    Sorry for the later response. The mag holder is a DeSantis Mag-Packer (M-38). They have different sizes for different mags. This specific one was originally purchased for my SIG P229 (double-stack) mags. It just so happen that my 1911 mags also fit. Sweet!

    Its great, you should buy one.

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    Tim Thurner IWB.

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    I just got the Belt Man belt pictured below, and got the Crossbreed a couple of months ago. I've had the S&W .45 for a few years and got the Bianchi tac-light holster early to mid '07.

    The first couple of pics are just to show what an amazing piece of structural architecture that Belt Man belt is! Also notice the Velcro sewn into the entire usable length of the belt in the first pic. That's what the Crossbreed is attached to. If it looks like either one of the boxes of Hornady ammo is holding any of the weight up, it's not, it's just a camera-angle illusion.

    Anyway, the other pics are of how I carry most days, with the Crossbreed and my RAMI. If you know they're there, you won't have any trouble picking out the Velcro clips. But try imagining yourself as oblivious to how people carry and then see if this isn't the stealthiest way to carry while still having your weapon pretty easily accessible.






























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    Maybe I don't understand the term, "combat grip," but I have no problem at all slipping my thumb between the weapon and the leather to get a full-fisted, firm grip on the gun. How does the backing leather prevent, or even impede, getting a "combat grip?" What am I missing about the terminology? (I'm referring to the rather common complaint about Crossbreed's pattern for the leather backing interfering with attaining a "combat grip," which can be found in most threads where the Crossbreed is mentioned.)

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    Great thread! Let's keep it going.

    Took my class Sunday, and I'm hoping to get to the sheriff's office tomorrow. So within 45 days I will be carrying my S40 AIWB in the High Noon Hidden Ally.







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    aaron, how is it when you sit down?

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    Not to bad. I direct the muzzle so it is just inside my right thigh. It does dig into my stomach if not positioned right though.
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    For appendix carry, I find a shorter gun is OK while sitting... my Glock 30 fits pretty well in appendix carry while sitting... I am 6'1". I wouldn't like to have a longer gun for appendix carry.
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    That RAMI setup is pretty cool. I've never seen anyone carry at half-cock, but it is feasible.
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