Home carry

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    At home I carry the same way I always carry, IWB at the 4:00 position. I put it on when I get up and take it off when I go to bed.

    I'm going to be lounging in sweats (very rare) I just put my roscoe on the desk in front of me ... most of my time is spent fiddlin' with computer stuff so that means I'll 'usually' be right next to my piece.

    I'm an 'empty nester' so I don't have young kids in the house.

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    SmartCarry... outside the pants, swung sideways to 3 o'clock... I don't think there is a more comfortable way to carry...
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    i keep my XD on the desk and G23 in the holster when i get home.
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    Same here, I dress up for work and down when I get home, but either pocket carry or IWB strong side carry my J-Frame 340PD (super lite little pistol... I used to go jogging with it wearing shorts, no belt, just the draw tie strings :) never an issue )

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    An option I found that works fairly well is to put a belt on over my sweats. Not too fashionable, but it works to support my Blackhawk Serpa or Galco Concealable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Me either, I take them off first.
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    Disclaimer: The posts made by this member are only the members opinion, not a reflection on anyone else, nor the group, and should not be cause for anyone to get their undergarments wedged in an uncomfortable position.

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