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Getting out of disasterville

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    HG has just in a sense reminded me - when staying real ''lo-pro'' ....... I know a .22 ain't much but - my lil' Papoose breaks down and is a cinch to hide - that, some mags and a box of ammo - sure ain't gonna take up too much space and heck - it at least would be a dissuader!!

    Hmmm - has it's uses.
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    Hotguns, ya ever try wearing your pistol SOB and a ALICE pack? Doesn't sound comfortable to me.

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    It would be uncomfortable with a full frame and a kidney belt. Otherwise, its not a problem.

    For long hauls the frame is definatley better. About the only way to wear one like that is on the hip. Shoulder carry dont get it cause the straps interfere with each other unless its a military rig that you can pull around the front of you.

    I dont think its a good idea to store ALL of your guns in the pack. You want at least one for quick access. If you set the pack down for a few minutes (or when you are sleeping) at least you wont be totally defensless if you always keep one one you.

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    Thumbs up Ankle Carry

    ANKLE CARRY was absolutely OUT as a "Mode Of Carry" for New Orleans.
    Unless...(Of Course) you ankle carried a Glock Pistol...which would still continue to function no matter how much yuck & muck you waded through.

    There...I beat you Glockers to the punch & replied for you.
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    I reckon high sho rig would have been safest carry mode there!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    ANKLE CARRY was absolutely OUT as a "Mode Of Carry" for New Orleans.
    Unless...(Of Course) you ankle carried a Glock Pistol...which would still continue to function no matter how much yuck & muck you waded through.

    There...I beat you Glockers to the punch & replied for you.

    ahhh...I was just about to say that too!
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