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    Kimber Ultra SP II and (modified) K-Holster
    This is by far the most comfortable setup I have ever had.






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    IWB#2

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTomcat View Post
    Kimber Ultra SP II and (modified) K-Holster
    This is by far the most comfortable setup I have ever had.


    Well I suppose looks' are deceiving, since that rig looks very uncomfortable. Then again, I have a relatively small frame and I seldom wear under-garments, whereby sweating and chafing would be a big concern. Still, it does appear to be a super-solid mount.
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    Glock 17 in a Kramer #3 horsehide (3:30 IWB)
    Kahr P380 in a K&D pocket holster (right front pocket)
    DeSantis Magpacker w/ 17 round Glock mag (not pictured, left rear pocket)
    Surefire E1E-LED, Benchmade Pardue folder (left front pocket along with my Blackberry)
    Rafter S black sharkskin belt to hold everything up


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    full size 1911 in an El Paso Saddlery IWB Summer Cruiser. just got this at Advanced Arms, in Pittston, PA.









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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwarrior72 View Post
    full size 1911 in an El Paso Saddlery IWB Summer Cruiser. just got this at Advanced Arms, in Pittston, PA.

    jahwarrior72 awesome setup the gun just fades away and that's impressive for a full size 1911.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgegirl73 View Post
    First off I love this thread! I saw that there are a few ladies showing so I had to add photos of my bra holster. Just got this from a gal at show in Spokane. So far I love it! Very comfy, and a quick slip of the hand down my shirt gives me quick access to my gun. I am 5'7", about 180, and I carry a 357mag snubby You can find these at Home


    That's outstanding! I gotta tell my wife about that!

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    Temporary set up, SW40VE Sigma in a cheapie Uncle Mike's IWB.





    Prints a little bit. The zero cant is an issue for me.


    The cover shirt camouflages it. Get it... Camouflage? Ha..

    Going to order either a Sideguard IWB or CTAC on Monday, and already have a 5.11 belt en route. Figured I'd give this a shot, and make sure that everyone know that it's horrid. Also tried a cheap paddle and belt kydex. Again, had to see for myself. Luckily I have all the receipts, kept packaging in tact, and bought at local retail.

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    Depending on what I am wearing, I have my Kahr PM9 in a HighNoon Pocket holster or in my new favorite a Cross Breed MiniTuck at 3:30.








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    Quote Originally Posted by PileDriver73 View Post
    Temporary set up, SW40VE Sigma in a cheapie Uncle Mike's IWB.
    LOL, that was almost exactly my very first setup, except i had the 9VE. i never quite found a good concealment holster for it, but i started open carrying by that point, and used a SERPA holster. i miss my 9VE.

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    Weekend carry

    Glock 19 , home made leather OWB



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    Decided to give AIWB carry a try for the last couple weeks, so far it's very uncomfortable. Standing and walking is fine but bending and sitting is tough with a 3" sp101, I'm starting to get used to it though so we will see. Comp-tac 2 O'clock holster. I'm used to carrying a compact 9mm but I love this revolver and want to carry it more.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Adkjoe View Post
    Decided to give AIWB carry a try for the last couple weeks, so far it's very uncomfortable. Standing and walking is fine but bending and sitting is tough with a 3" sp101, I'm starting to get used to it though so we will see. Comp-tac 2 O'clock holster. I'm used to carrying a compact 9mm but I love this revolver and want to carry it more.



    where exactly is it positioned? that might be the problem. i used to position my gun at 3 o'clock, and it sucked, so i moved it to between 4 and 5 o'clock. that did the trick.

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    Dan Wesson CBOB, Milt Sparks VM II Horsehide, A&G Gunleather belt, Wilson Shark mag holder, Wilson Combat Mags. and Sarges Grips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwarrior72 View Post
    where exactly is it positioned? that might be the problem. i used to position my gun at 3 o'clock, and it sucked, so i moved it to between 4 and 5 o'clock. that did the trick.
    I've tried that. If I move it back to 4 or 5 O'clock (at least with this holster the butt sticks out way to much when I sit down. I think I might get another cross breed and wear it at 4 or 5 that should solve the problem.
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