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AIWB Success - Mostly

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    Thanks for all the info and tips, forum, I appreciate all your input.

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    Aiwb is definitely the hardest of all carry methods to master. Imo.
    Took me many hours to find out what works. I, like many others have a big box of holsters for all of my carry guns. Took lots of trial and error to find some combinations that would work for different guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlggray View Post
    Aiwb is definitely the hardest of all carry methods to master. Imo.
    Took me many hours to find out what works. I, like many others have a big box of holsters for all of my carry guns. Took lots of trial and error to find some combinations that would work for different guns.
    Funny, I read this often, and have a few friends that say the same about AIWB carry. I have the exact opposite experience. I cannot for the life of me comfortably carry in any other position. It just works really well for me and I have no need to move the gun when standing, sitting, driving etc. In just about any other position, I can't do much more than stand up straight and walk; this is with multiple different types of holsters.

    Anyway, I'll plug another vote for the Vedder Light Tuck. For the sure the best AIWB holster I have ever owned quality and comfort wise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rotlex View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rlggray View Post
    Aiwb is definitely the hardest of all carry methods to master. Imo.
    Took me many hours to find out what works. I, like many others have a big box of holsters for all of my carry guns. Took lots of trial and error to find some combinations that would work for different guns.
    Funny, I read this often, and have a few friends that say the same about AIWB carry. I have the exact opposite experience. I cannot for the life of me comfortably carry in any other position. It just works really well for me and I have no need to move the gun when standing, sitting, driving etc. In just about any other position, I can't do much more than stand up straight and walk; this is with multiple different types of holsters.




    Anyway, I'll plug another vote for the Vedder Light Tuck. For the sure the best AIWB holster I have ever owned quality and comfort wise.


    Which gun(s) are you using? The one I aiwb the best is my kimber k6s in a On Your Six holster at approximately 1:30. I've got a Vedder light tuck for most of my carry guns, but unfortunately they don't make them for revolvers, which is my fav.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlggray View Post
    Which gun(s) are you using? The one I aiwb the best is my kimber k6s in a On Your Six holster at approximately 1:30. I've got a Vedder light tuck for most of my carry guns, but unfortunately they don't make them for revolvers, which is my fav.
    Current carry are a Sig P938, HKP30SK and a Sig P229. I use a Light Tuck, aiwb, for all of them, and all are pretty much the same as far as comfort. Ok, Ok, I admit, the 938 pretty much disappears no matter where you put it, lol.
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