This is a discussion on Adjusting IWB while driving... within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Congrats on CCL, I carry IWB at about 4:00 no problem in the car....
Congrats on CCL, I carry IWB at about 4:00 no problem in the car.
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I carry a Kahr K9 in an MTAC at 4:00. I find it very comfortable while driving.
I sometimes carry my Glock-36 in this...
FIST, INC. ...at 5:00 - 5:30, not on the spine.
Extremely comfortable. My usual EDC is my Kimber Ultra CDP carried in the same fashion.
You will eventually find that 'spot' where the gun disappears and you can "FoGet Aboud It..."
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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Generally people say what they mean. Before driving, or while driving? Cell phones are bad enough.....please don't attempt to adjust your 'stuff' while driving. Concentrate on the road. It's just a suggestion 'cause most of the folks here drive the same roads you do. Let's be safe out there.Adjusting IWB while driving...
I carry IWB but usually (or at least, often) take my weapon off and place it where I can access it in the car. I don't do it so much if my wife is in the car with me because it freaks her out.
... whoever has no sword is to sell his coat and buy one. (Luke 22:36b NASB)
FN Herstal FNP-9, FNP-357, Kahr TP45
Ruger LCP, S&W 22a
I carry my 1911 in a Crossbreed Supertuck at 3:00 to 3:30 I have it adjusted so it has a lot of cant (at 6' and 345lbs) it sits so the grip is tucked to my side. I have found it sometimes pushes up because of hitting the seatbelt buckle ( have a Dodge caravan so buckle is lower then the seat) but I find this the most comfortable when driving and it is very accessable when driving.