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Do you wear a concealment garment when you practice with your pistol?

Thread: Do you wear a concealment garment when you practice with your pistol?

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  1. glockman10mm's Avatar

    glockman10mm said:
    I think flinging arrows is more fun:)
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  2. Gabill's Avatar

    Gabill said:
    I practice and train with what I'm wearing that day. I don't change clothes just to go practice or train.
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  3. RedSafety's Avatar

    RedSafety said:
    iTarget shooting, yes. Otherwise, no.
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  4. Novarider's Avatar

    Novarider said:
    Can't draw from a holster at the ranges around here.
     
  5. dennis40x's Avatar

    dennis40x said:
    Quote Originally Posted by G26Raven View Post
    (while wearing long pants)

    THIS IS NOT AN OPEN CARRY VS. CONCEALED CARRY DEBATE.
    Parris Island South Carolina MCRD summer of 1964 per our Senior DI "Men wear trousers and women wear pants" Who was I to argue!
     
  6. riverrambler's Avatar

    riverrambler said:
    When I practice @ home with snap caps, I practice draw and fire with different cover garments. In winter when I'm layered, usually wear a vest under a coat so I can take the coat off when I go inside, like a restaurant, when wearing a should rig. Then I'll do a couple of draws before I leave the house just to make sure there's no surprises.
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    jmf552 said:
    Both of the ranges I go to do not allow holsters, so for regular live fire practice, I don't. I wear a concealment garment when I am in a class that allows holsters. Sometimes I practice dry fire at home with a concealment garment.
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