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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; This is one of my holsters, an Andrews leather Monarch rig. I also carry with a Tucker Gunleather IWB Tuckable style. The gun is a ...

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    It's amazeing how many headless people we have on this forum.

    This is one of my holsters, an Andrews leather Monarch rig. I also carry with a Tucker Gunleather IWB Tuckable style. The gun is a Kahr Arms P9. I hope this works, I don't think I have attached a picture before.

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    One thing I noticed about these pictures is that most of you carry a folder clipped inside your front pocket. What are the laws in your state regarding concealed knives?

    South Carolina forbids concealing a knife with a blade longer than 2 inches. Even my Swiss Army has at least a 3-inch blade, and my tactical folders are 4.

    I'm going to have to research the law a little to see if the way I've been carrying (clipped inside front pocket just like everyone else) is legal.

    Any thoughts?
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    I never understood a law where you can't carry a knife with a blade that is bigger than a 3" blade, and yet you can legally carry a firearm, which is able to reach out to targets far beyond what a 3" blade would. There is no knife law in Alaska, I've seen some people carry large hunting knives around, no problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubMOA View Post
    One thing I noticed about these pictures is that most of you carry a folder clipped inside your front pocket. What are the laws in your state regarding concealed knives?

    South Carolina forbids concealing a knife with a blade longer than 2 inches. Even my Swiss Army has at least a 3-inch blade, and my tactical folders are 4.

    I'm going to have to research the law a little to see if the way I've been carrying (clipped inside front pocket just like everyone else) is legal.

    Any thoughts?

    Very good point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubMOA View Post
    One thing I noticed about these pictures is that most of you carry a folder clipped inside your front pocket. What are the laws in your state regarding concealed knives?

    South Carolina forbids concealing a knife with a blade longer than 2 inches. Even my Swiss Army has at least a 3-inch blade, and my tactical folders are 4.

    I'm going to have to research the law a little to see if the way I've been carrying (clipped inside front pocket just like everyone else) is legal.

    Any thoughts?
    good point, everyone should check on knife laws where they are (or will be traveling to) just as they should check firearms laws

    the blade I have clipped in my pocket in the pictures is a Remington 4 inch folder

    as for Texas law, I won't fluff this thread, you can read lol:
    http://tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us/statutes...0.htm#46.02.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubMOA View Post
    One thing I noticed about these pictures is that most of you carry a folder clipped inside your front pocket. What are the laws in your state regarding concealed knives?

    South Carolina forbids concealing a knife with a blade longer than 2 inches. Even my Swiss Army has at least a 3-inch blade, and my tactical folders are 4.

    I'm going to have to research the law a little to see if the way I've been carrying (clipped inside front pocket just like everyone else) is legal.

    Any thoughts?
    Every state's different. As someone already mentioned, you need to check out your states knife laws as well as ones you travel through &/or to. In my state, you can carry a concealed folder of any length, but no fixed blade over 2" long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 64zebra View Post
    good point, everyone should check on knife laws where they are (or will be traveling to) just as they should check firearms laws

    the blade I have clipped in my pocket in the pictures is a Remington 4 inch folder

    as for Texas law, I won't fluff this thread, you can read lol:
    http://tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us/statutes...0.htm#46.02.00
    I did, I've been in NJ for almost a month for training, all of my knives are illegal there. I'll be so glad once I start my on-site work back in Dixie.
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    I started wearing these shirts long before I started carrying.

    With all due respect...you don't need a gun, the shirt will SCARE the BG...
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    A Sholder Rig (Uncovered for Illustration)

    Here's my wife Glock 26 in a Sam Andrews Monarch Shoulder rig:







    She wears light cover blouses.

    Added as an example of shoulder rigs (in short supply on this thread).


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    Thanks for all the posts everyone. It would be sweet if everyone could remember to post what firearm and what holster are being used in the photos.

    Might also be nice if people note their height and weight if they feel comfortable with it.

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    I am carrying SIG P229 in a C-TAC holster with 1.25 clips. I am about 5'9" at 235lb. Just a small note, I usually carry it a bit front of my hip because of the luv-handles.

    Sorry, I love this shirt. Plus, makes me look less suspicious.


    I print a little, but then again I usually have my hands in my pocket, so it helps.


    For the limo runs, I still use the same holster. I just tuck the dress shirt behind the holster and wear my suit coat over it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyderdude View Post
    I started wearing these shirts long before I started carrying.






    I don't particularly like the gun touching my bare skin, so I tuck in my t-shirt.
    +1 for the LOUD shirt dudes! (Me included)
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