This is a discussion on Pictorial: How You Carry Concealed within the Reference & "How To" Forum forums, part of the Related Topics category; My G19...
Here are my most common ways I carry.
OWB - The Slide...
IWB - Double Clip
"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking" - George S. Patton.
Sorry for the crap quality. Taken real quick with a camera phone.
I will also carry with a Dickies overshirt and a light T if its warmer outside.
Very cool that Tanke can conceal the big 97B.
I have been wearing a Slide Guard holster from High Noon Leather. I don't care for IWB holsters.
Covering garmnet is a vest. Columbia titanium or fleece vest. Carhart for winter. Hideout is a Beretta model 21 .22 lr.
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Here is the lastest form of carry with my new Crossbreed holster, (thanks Crossbreed for the fast service) carrying my PT111.
I also carry owb with a don hume with the PT111, or my 1911 owb with a bianchi but those two forms require a cover vest or summer untucked shirt, or iwb same possition with my bersa thunder with a desantis tuck this.
Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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Depending on the mission, need, or wardrobe.
XD 9mm SC in a Gould & Goodrich OWB holster
Colt Defender .45 cal in a DeSantis IWB holster
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Phil (NRA Member and Vietnam Vet)
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I gave them to the naked Pigmy's in New Guinea
Washington...technically...is an open carry state. I might just do this in the eastern portion of the state...but we carry concealed in the western portion. I simply detest IWB. I do carry a 642 in a Mika pocket holster most of the time. When I do carry the .357 mag...I use a FIST Basic #9 OWB. 5'8" tall...174lb. One really must be in "revolver" shape to carry the GP100 on a daily basis with comfort. I am always working toward this...nothing like having a good revolver on your side.
One of my favorite carry methods is my XD45 Service IWB in a Brommeland Max Con V. Excuse the stained Longhorn tshirt. I was out working on my tractor and needed a break so I came in and found this thread while scanning the forums.
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