IWB Pulling down my Pants!

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    I use a SmartCarry from time to time. It is absolutely perfect for concealment, but I can't sit down very long with my Kimber Ultra II without feeling nauseous from being squashed in the abdomen. I bet it's really good with the little tiny guns, but for me, it's only good with the bigger stufff if I stay on my feet.

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    The first time I bought a galco belt, I strapped it the way I normally strap a belt. It didn't work. So I now strap it tight to where I can't even get my pinky in the small space. But, it worked.

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    Thanks for all your feedback guys!

    I guess I'll try cranking my belt further and probably wearing closer to 9 o clock!

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    I use suspenders. I found some that are not stretchable in the front, and with a Wilderness belt and a loose T shirt, I'm good to go. I use a "wife beater" undershirt and even in hot weather, it works fine. No sag, no problem.

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    +1 on the suspenders. I got Perry Suspenders from Wally World and they have made THE difference in toting a full sized steel 1911, reload, cell phone, spray can on the same belt. Heck, it works so well, I no longer have to cinch the belt tightly.

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    Try a thicker more heavy belt.

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    You could always try taking Noassitol 3x a day for 2 weeks..it worked for a friend of mine.

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    Paramedic I also like the Perry Suspenders they are far more secure and easy to install and re-install after natures call.
    thanks for the link.

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    +1 ExSoldier!

    Same story here with the P-220's!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

    "A superior Operator is best defined as someone who uses his superior
    judgement to keep himself out of situations that would require a display of his
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chooie View Post
    I know this makes me sound OLD, but pull up your pants! If your belt isn't cinched around the smallest diameter you can find around your waist, they're too bloody low. Take a look at these (yes, I know I still have no butt. Shaddap.) for an example. The first one is right, the second one I've let the belt sink down and rest on my hips instead of cinching it around my waist. Note how the XD and mag pouch tip outward a bit - it feels like the gun is weighing down my pants. If you wear 'em right, you don't even notice it's there.
    That's darn funny right there Joe... my "smallest diameter" is under my hips!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

    "A superior Operator is best defined as someone who uses his superior
    judgement to keep himself out of situations that would require a display of his
    superior skills."

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