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; Originally Posted by mindburp I posted a couple days ago, but wanted to check again. Does anyone have an idea where I could find the ...
Here is my setup
6'2 - 190 lbs
if I can hide this, I can hide a .50 cal :D
Both hands up
one hand down
Angled side profile both hands up
Trying to show the print when I bend
Here's my G19 in a Raven Phantom. One of the most concealable IWB holster's that I have tried to date..other than say the Smartcarry.
Pens, I know that holster is OWB as well... Care to show how it looks when u OWB it?
My Dan Wesson BobTail and Sparks VMII with shark trim
Taurus PT-145 in a Crossbreed Supertuck with a matching belt from them. Love both items. Sits comfortable when sitting or standing. The gun prints a bit with tighter shirts because of the double stack, but that's not it's fault. At the rate I'm going, I should probably invest in bigger shirts anyways.
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"A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity." ("General Introduction to Psychoanalysis," S. Freud)
hope you pull the gun from there before shooting. It wouldnt cycle correctly, nor hit the target.
Id like to fly...but my wings have been so denied!!!
I just purchased an M and P 9c for EDC.
One hundred and too many pounds
IWB, belt and dual mag holder that I made myself.
Magazine holder and cell phone
Owner, Bear River Holsters.
I recently got this Galco holster and have been working it into replacing my shoulder harness...
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I live in the Philippines. It's extremely hot and humid here, so i wear loose enough shirts. I carry a full size Para S16.40cal. I use a blackhawk neoprene IWB holster, and a 5.11 Tactical belt. Been carrying this rig since January, so far it works for me. Only downside is that the Para is significantly heavier than my Glock 22.