Weak side back pocket.
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dad grew up in italy with pick pockets galore so when i started carrying a wallet he got me in the habit of carrying front left pocket. harder to pick pocket. now that i carry i still keep my wallet front left whether i am carrying IWB or OWB
I put other as I don't use a wallet, I use a money clip in my strong side front pocket with my cash, ID, and a couple credit cards. My CPL goes in the other pocket as I don't want anyone to see it as I'm grabbing my cash.
I use an IWB holster at about 3:30~4:00 but honestly, I don't cary that often. Although I am also considering switching to full time.
I always carry two wallets one with just the important stuff and the other one is the so called "throw away" with just some biz cards and a few bucks....
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My wallet is always in my back-rear pocket (strong side). I usually carry a 2:00 and there is interference of either item. But, even the few times that I carry at 4:00 I have no problem with my wallet.
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My wallet? Right where it always is....strong side back pocket.
Weak side hip pocket where it has been for the last 50 years.
... whoever has no sword is to sell his coat and buy one. (Luke 22:36b NASB)
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Since my IWB is worn crossdraw at about 10:30-11:00, strong side back pocket isnt a problem for me.
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Always in my weak side front pocket. It is a small card holder with a money clip built in. Very thin and comfortable.
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IWB @ 3:00, wallet w/cash & cards in weak side front pocket - less of a "pain in the butt" when driving & somewhat more secure in crowds. Credentials/ID in weak side pocket of shirt or vest.
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Strong side back pocket, right below my MTAC when I'm using that holster...
So if someone sez, "Gimme yer wallet", they have invited me to reach to my 4 o'clock position...
"Who is to say that I am not an instrument of karma? Indeed, who is to say that I am not the very hand of God himself, dispatched by the Almighty to smite the Philistines and hypocrites, to lay low the dishonest and corrupt, and to bust the jawbone of some jackass that so desperately deserves it?"
What is this "weak side" of which you speak? I don't know about you, but I have a "dominant side" and a "support side". No weakness here.
Seriously, I wear mine in the back pocket on my support side.
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I no longer carry my wallet, I went to a money clip / cc holder. I only carry my DL, CWC, and ATM /credit card. I keep it in my front left pocket!
If wearing a Kramer #3 or MTAC (with HK USPc 45) or a Milt Sparks VMII with my Sig 226, the wallet goes to the weak side. The barrel of these guns simply get in the way of the pocket. If wearing a High Noon split decision with my Springfield EMP (more of a 3:00 carry), then the wallet stays on my strong side.