In the Bibs with CC

In the Bibs with CC

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    In the Bibs with CC

    Hello all;
    I am new and found this site to very educational. Thanks for that.
    My question, which may seem odd to some, concerns the wearing of
    bib overalls (denim) and CC. These do not have a belt and actually
    no waistband to speak of. I work outside alot and these are very
    comfortable. Does anyone have a suggestion for CC in this type of
    clothing? The item at hand is a Kahr CW9 and in the pocket is abit
    tight. Thanks in advance for your ideas.


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    First off welcome....and try a Kahr PM9...probably just what you are looking for...or a p9 covert.
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    I know one one man that kept his .38 special in the top pocket on his chest.

    Having it there saved his life, the life of his wife and his granddaughter.
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    There is a member here who wears Bib Overalls and uses some type of IWB holster. I can't explain it but he basically pulled away a flap at the strong side to reveal it. There's a picture floating around somewhere here.
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    Ok it took awhile but here is what cmdrdredd was speaking of..

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...3-post165.html

    Not a bad idea either...Just have to find a comfy belt...
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    i have the same problem when i am on my farm. so i drop a p3at in my back pocket and/or in the front bib pocket. my other carry guns are to big. so the p3at gets the ride when i am working on the farm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southbound View Post
    Ok it took awhile but here is what cmdrdredd was speaking of..

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...3-post165.html

    Not a bad idea either...Just have to find a comfy belt...
    That's it. I really couldn't find it. It's a slick idea.
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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by southbound View Post
    Ok it took awhile but here is what cmdrdredd was speaking of..

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...3-post165.html

    Not a bad idea either...Just have to find a comfy belt...
    southbound thank you for the post. Thats the tip I needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankmako View Post
    i have the same problem when i am on my farm. so i drop a p3at in my back pocket and/or in the front bib pocket. my other carry guns are to big. so the p3at gets the ride when i am working on the farm.
    Frankmako
    I do not know what a p3at is. Can you explain
    Thanks

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    I have used the Smartcarry and a belly band when I wear Pointer Brand bibbs with no concealment or comfort issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN BUBBA View Post
    I have used the Smartcarry and a belly band when I wear Pointer Brand bibbs with no concealment or comfort issues.
    Hey Tn Bubba
    What is the smart carry? Where did you get it?

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    You can dop a search for smartCarry and the vendors will be listed. It is a pouch holster with a strap style belt that is normally worn at 12:00 but with bibbs you can adjust it by rotating it around your waist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN BUBBA View Post
    You can dop a search for smartCarry and the vendors will be listed. It is a pouch holster with a strap style belt that is normally worn at 12:00 but with bibbs you can adjust it by rotating it around your waist.
    Thanks I am on it

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    Belly Band???
    "It is better to judged by 12, Than to be carried by 6"

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    A belly band style holster is a 4" wide piece of elastic cloth material that is held together with velcro and has a slash type pocket for the holster and usually another for a magazine. You adjust the pouch position around, up or down your torso as desired. It even gives the back some support when wearing bibbs.
    TN BUBBA

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