It is. My "comfort spot" is about 4 o'clock. I have the front clip in the lowest tab, and the rear in the middle tab. I tried every position possible and settled on this setup. It gives me a good purchase on the grip, while keeping the muzzle end from poking out the rear of my pants.P95Carry said:bunchock - looks good except - is that enough cant for you? I assume it is.
Hey Bunchok...I'm 6'8.5 and weigh 298 lbs. With my shirt down you cannot see the weapon at all. my buddies cell phone shows more than my CCW.bunchok said:I really like the design of the front strap on your holster. It looks like it would be very comfortable. You must be 6'-6" and 275 lbs, because my Glock takes up a heck of a lot more room at my side, and I'm 6'-2" and 210 lbs!! Being a big guy helps cover up a full size Glock. Here's a pic of me wearing my G-22 in a Tucker Texas Heritage.
here ya go SRFL Now you see it, and now you don't..please excuse the gut..i just finished eating some fettuccini alfredo yummmysrfl said:Welcome to the forum maqueswell.
I appreciate you posting this thread; I've been eyeing the Concealco holsters, but I haven't seen much in the way of feedback on them.
A favor: can you take another photo with the shirt covering your holstered Glock? Thanks in advance.
Yes it is a plus, but i still feel self concious at times. Thats slowly melting away though. I'm switching from my glock to my .45's a ruger P345PR, and Baby Eagle .45. They will deifnitly dissappear.bunchok said:And I thought I had it easy concealing a weapon.....My Glock is about as big as I can go without really having to work at keeping things hidden.
With all the talk about holster types, brands, etc. I think the biggest factor in ease of concealed carry may very well be how big a person you are.