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Sweatin' on my gun?!

This is a discussion on Sweatin' on my gun?! within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; SOLOLUCKY, which model are you getting from Highnoon?Most of their iwb's have a sweat/slide shield built into the holster....

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    SOLOLUCKY,
    which model are you getting from Highnoon?Most of their iwb's have a sweat/slide shield built into the holster.


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    I am getting the "split decision".

    not sure if it has the sweat shield on it or not.
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    Go get a Glock and don't worry about it anymore.

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    For me the issue was more of the butt of my gun jabbing me in the side.
    I have since bought a few UnderArmour shirts and that made a world of difference.
    The rubber combat grips kinda "grabbed me".
    The Under Armour has since fixed the issue.

    Plus the are kinda "combatish"
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    I was wondering if the rubber combat grips also grab your cover garment.I'm thinking about getting some Hogue's for my 239 and was wondering if the grips would cause a "printing" issue.

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    My rubber Kimber grips have never caused a problem of clothing "riding up"
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    My rubber grips cause no issues with the cover garment.
    be it a baggy t-shirt or a loose fitting button shirt.
    i noticed no diff from stock grips to the combat grips.

    of course the shirt hangs a bit more at times, like standing up from a crouched position but only slightly more than slick wood grips.

    i'd go with/stick with the combat grips
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