Beer and Pretzels Carry

Beer and Pretzels Carry

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    Beer and Pretzels Carry

    Warning: Extremely lazy man at work here.





    No I do not carry this way very often, but sometimes when I'm in a weird mood it suits me. It also works really well on long trips.

    I'm almost embarassed to admit I do this.


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    If it works Euc ........

    I think I'd find the SP a tad bulky and heavy for pocket but hey - you are the one to have to conceal, and walk

    Ditch that strip tho dude - get a Comp I or Comp II loader !!!
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    Chris that a Gp100 not a Sp .. Little big for pocket carry i think too

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    I've been thinking about a new set of speedloaders actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    Chris that a Gp100 not a Sp .. Little big for pocket carry i think too
    It works though! As long as you're not worried about the grip peeking out.

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    Chris that a Gp100
    Haha - rock on Bud - indeed, I had glanced at the grips and then thought - ''oh, 3" SP'' DUH.

    In that case very much ''big for pocket'' LOL!

    Still tho Euc - if it works why not !
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    Hey...where did that expression "pocket gun" come from?
    It came from folks popping a firearm into the old pocket.
    As long as you're not flashing it's cool.
    Some guns are very tough on the pocket material though.

    Hint: If possible turn the pocket inside out & run over the inside pocket material with a lint roller.
    That really cuts down on the firearm fuzzys.

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    Hell, if thats lazy mans carry......count me in.

    I carried a snubby for years like that! Pocket carry is the best way of deep concealment if you ask me....where else can you have your purchase on the weapon, ready for a bad situation and present the weapon in under 1 sec., all the while...if nothing happens in the situation you simply remove your hand from your pocket and no one is wiser........

    Try doing that with a smart carry.......see what kind of looks you get!

    Shoot well.
    If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice..........Rush

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    I do carry my colt cobra like that and my XD sc sometimes but nothing bigger ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Larsen
    where else can you have your purchase on the weapon, ready for a bad situation....Try doing that with a smart carry.......see what kind of looks you get!
    People will simply mistake you for a major league baseball player...

    SSKC

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    If it works, you can't argue with success. One question. What kind of holster is that? I have a GP-100 3" SS .357 mag and might want to give it a try!
    "Let not your heart be troubled." John 14:1

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    Uh Huh........
    Shoot well.
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    I've tried the pocket carry, but my Wranglers are to tight, LOL. Gee to think I thought my S&W 340PD was to big sometimes. But I do love the Ruger, its a sweet gun.
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