Okay, who will admit to it?

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    Not for me. I don't like the idea of having the trigger unprotected while a gun is pointed at my junk.
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    I've done it occasionally to walk the dog.

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    No Mexican carry for me....I don't think it's a secure way to carry a firearm....the closest thing to carrying a gun minus a holster has been to jam a gun in the pocket of a jacket. I do that sparingly.

    If I can't do a traditional holster (on the belt), then it's Smart Carry-time for me.
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    I like the idea of the clipdraw but they donít fit when you have CT grips. So, I wear my smartcarry at 12:00 high up so the grip of my rev is just above the belt (if I have my shirt untucked) or the grip just below the beltline (shirt tucked) that way I can carry a speedstrip too. If going outside for a brief period Iíll sometimes carry in my jacket pocket or back pocket.
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    I've carried my GP-100 3" .357 Mexican style out in the yard but nowhere else.
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    Not me. Even when the 642 gets carried in a jacket pocket it's in an Uncle Mike's pocket holster. Just don't like carrying with the trigger exposed.
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    Never-Pocket holster for KT.
    And I have a Fobus paddle for each handgun.

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    Well....the closest thing I do to this style of carry is my KT P11 in a pocket holster.....
    Ive got too many holsters that are quick and easy to put on....clip IWB's and etc......
    So....thats as bad as I get.....
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    Never.........well maybe once or twice........but I can quit anytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle
    Never.........well maybe once or twice........but I can quit anytime.
    LOL! I carried inside my home this way after the hurricanes when we had no power for ten days and were also not working (school's closed). But in an average situation? Never. Closest would be throwing a mini-mouse gun like my NAA 22LR into my pocket.
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    Well, I'm a little gun sensitive about this; i.e. I have carried a Sig 229 in a substantial bathrobe pocket. In that case there was no other way to carry the gun. I don't know if I'd do that with a Glock with a round chambered.

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    Nope. Even if it is the middle of the night, if I have to leave the bedroom to investigate a noise, I at least have on pants and a holster. It'll be a Max-Con V or IV, when Gary gets my order done...
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    i have on occation , and am shure i will again , but no glocks or other " safe action " for me mexicarry lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody
    Not legal in GA. I would feel uncomfortable carrying it like that anyways.
    Are you sure? I searched packing.org and the state's website and I can't find anywhere that they mandate a certain style of carry (or prohibit any style either) accept that it remains concealed.

    That said, I will carry burrito on rare occasions, only for a short period. 99% of time it'll be in my maxcon5 or defcon (when Gary gets it done).

    BTW Gary, how you handling all that snow you got last week? You know what they say about all work and no play...
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    I've carried a Glock17L small of back several times. Plus the 26 in a jacket or pants pocket and also inside one of the interior zippered pocket of a Blackhawk vest.

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