Where do you carry your IWB holster?

Where do you carry your IWB holster?

This is a discussion on Where do you carry your IWB holster? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hello All, Quick poll here, basically I'm just curious at what positions people that IWB carry. I just started carrying officially a few days ago ...

View Poll Results: At what position do you carry your IWB?

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  • 1 o'clock

    13 4.47%
  • 2 o'clock

    18 6.19%
  • 3 o'clock

    86 29.55%
  • 4 o'clock

    161 55.33%
  • 5 o'clock

    22 7.56%
  • 6 o'clock (Back)

    3 1.03%
  • Opposite side/cross body draw

    8 2.75%
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    Where do you carry your IWB holster?

    Hello All,

    Quick poll here, basically I'm just curious at what positions people that IWB carry. I just started carrying officially a few days ago when my carry gun and Minotaur MTAC came in. I'm experimenting with different positions and cants to find out what is both most comfortable and easiest to conceal for me.

    I wanted to know what other people have found that works for them. The vote is multiple choice, so if your answer is "it depends" just pick whatever variety of positions you might use. If you use multiple positions, what are your common determining factors?

    So please chime in to satisfy my curiosity!
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    i have an MTAC that i carry my G27 in and i love the holster and have played around with different positions and my favorite is either right in the small of my back or about 4 o'clock. The only issue i have is when it's in the small of my back that when i sit it cocks out sometimes if i don't pull my pants up when i sit down.

    what gun are you carrying with your MTAC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrise2004 View Post
    i have an MTAC that i carry my G27 in and i love the holster and have played around with different positions and my favorite is either right in the small of my back or about 4 o'clock. The only issue i have is when it's in the small of my back that when i sit it cocks out sometimes if i don't pull my pants up when i sit down.

    what gun are you carrying with your MTAC?
    Sig P239. I thought about back carry and that was my concern, since I don't have perfect posture when I sit all the time .
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    i'm the same way, i was just at a restaurant in STL and thankfully we were in a booth cause I didn't realize how low my pants where and the grip was sticking out :(

    P239 great gun! gotta love the sigs! i want a p226 blackwater really bad!
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    3 to 4, just depends on which gun and for some 3 is closer to 4 and for some not so much!

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    While sitting I prefer 2:30 and walking around 3:30

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    4 o'clock for IWB, 3 o'clock for OWB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokiebird View Post
    4 o'clock for IWB, 3 o'clock for OWB
    Same for me.
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    4 Oclock either IW or OW H/D
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    Can't answer your poll.....you forgot one whole side of the body!

    I am a southpaw and carry at 8ish.

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    I didn't see 3:37 on the list. SOB is not recommended except for Magnum PI. It's likely, during a fast draw, the muzzle will cross a no-no, like part of your own body. Imagine what being slammed up against a wall or flattened on the pavement could to to your "sacreligiac."
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    3 o'clock for me works well sitting, standing or when driving.
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    3 o'clock is the only place I'm comfortable with my IWB whether I'm sitting, walking or driving!
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    anywhere from 3-4:00 depending on what I'm wearing. gun, holster, what pants, where the belt loops are...
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    Another South Paw checking in. I carry at around 8:30-9:00.

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