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

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    Thanks jwhite. I like the looks of that one, but I'm torn between that and one like the Lobo which appears to hold the pistol higher on the belt. When you were shopping for your Rosen, did you rule out any of the others on my list because of issues with construction or the way they held to the body?

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    Well I actually didnt shop for the Rosen..LOL I bought the 228 on an absolute power deal from a dealer at a gun show. I refuse to have a carry gun and no holster to carry it in. I wandered around to see what they had. Found a guy liquidating a bunch of stuff and bought a NIB Premier for $40. I am primarily an IWB guy, but this thing works great. I tend to think I would rather go with the reputation of Rosen over Lobo, but that is just personal opinion. I am 6'3" 285 and very long torsoed, and I have no problems concealing this rig with minimal effort.
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    Twin Carry,

    What belt maker did you get your brown & black belts from?
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    Here are my Glock 27 concealed carry setups. UBG Holsters Regulator w/ sharkskin trim/loops for OWB; TT Gunleather for IWB; and High Noon Holsters' Tailgunner w/ clip for times when I want a fast on/off IWB.

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    UBG Holsters - Regulator OWB, front/back


    TT Gunleather IWB, front/back


    High Noon Holsters - Tailgunner w/ clip IWB, front/back

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    I carry a couple different ways, depending on my clothing and what gun I am carrying.
    HR-1 2.JPG
    When I carry my P10 or other small auto, I go with a high ride.

    IWB-CDA 4.JPG
    IWB-CDA 1.JPG
    With my M85, I use this rig that allows me to carry in the appendix or cross-draw position depending on my needs.

    I like these methods of carry most, as I can sit comfortably without them digging in.

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    I have a couple of Pure Kustom Black Ops Pro holsters that I thought I would share with you. I show these holsters in winter and summer clothes while standing and bending over. You can see how well the holsters conceal a 640 and 5" 1911. The thing that shows most is my spare mag holder for the 1911 when bending over. I am impressed with the Pure Kustom Black Ops Pro holsters.

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    ksholder - Great vid. Very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMACON View Post
    I carry a G27 in an MTAC. the J clips are spray painted to match the belt. I am 5'11" & 210 lbs
    You got a good setup, the painted clips make a huge difference, Anybody that does not CCW would ever figure that one out. Even If they caught the clips they wouldn't put it together. Nice!

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    Glock 23 in a Milt Sparks VMII. I also have an Mtac on the way.




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    KyTac Braveheart with Glock 26



    This is what the holster looks like.


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    KyTac tuckable S&W 642



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    Holster and gun


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    Quote Originally Posted by gicts View Post
    homemade. Doesn't print much with a skin tight undershirt and very thin and cheap belt. You can imagine how it disappears with a shirt to cover.








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    This is my rig for warm days WHILE at work. Since I work in sales in an office full of libs, I carry my LCP in a rig I made. It's leather and kydex, modeled after a micro-tuck. I have a crossbreed supertuck for my glock 26 and it ALMOST is good enough to conceal at work, but since I don't want to risk it, I bought the LCP. I can pocket carry or iwb with my home made one just fine. Excuse the pics, cell phone camera, ugh.





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    Bersa Thunder .380 PLUS in a Crossbreed Supertuck

    As you might imagine, the camera likes my wife more than it likes me, so here are some pictures of her carrying our Bersa Thunder .380 PLUS (double stack mag). I also figured this might benefit a few of our female shooters out there who, like my wife, are always looking for new ways to conceal. One time my wife actually wore a belt UNDERNEATH a full length dress and attached the supertuck. Concealed - yes. Easy access - no. The bad guy would get a little show as she was drawing, but I suppose that's one way to distract them. Anyway, I think my wife's blazer does a fine job. Zero printing whatsoever. Enjoy.



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