This is a discussion on Oc in crowded areas within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I removed all of the "I don't OC" posts and edited the posts that quoted them. If you don't agree with OC, please stay out ...
I removed all of the "I don't OC" posts and edited the posts that quoted them. If you don't agree with OC, please stay out of this discussion....
Coimhéad fearg fhear na foighde; Beware the anger of a patient man.
BlackHawk! Sportster SERPA Handgun Holsters
I Love it! the release button is exactly where it should be and allows your finger to be off the trigger and read to engage right away.. I paid $30 for mine at Bass Pro Shop
NRA Certified Rifle/Pistol Instructor
Accuracy ALWAYS WINS! So carry what you can hit with.
If you find yourself in a fair fight your tactics stink.
I appendix carry my snubby in front of my left hip, in an OWB crossdraw holster worn strong-side, with a thumb break.
I generally prefer CC when in a crowded place, when possible. If I can't CC (i.e., restaurant here in VA), then my SA is increased, and if I enter a cluster of people (like at the buffet line), I drop my arm over the grip. Still not concealed, but hard to get to without getting REALLY personal.
I use either my SERPA CQC in paddle or belt configuration or my Safariland ALS which has the benefit of being leather lined.
For summer I'll go back to using my Crossbreed Super Tuck.
Walther P99 AS full size 9mm
Kahr P9 compact 9mm
Michigan Sheriff's Association
“The key is to hit them hard, hit them fast, and hit them repeatedly. The one shot stop is a unit of measurement not a tactical philosophy.” Evan Marshall