When I first started carrying, it was a Bodyguard 380 in an ankle holster under scrubs at my office. When out of the office, usually a Sig P938 IWB under an untucked shirt. Since retirement, still IWB P-938 or Glock 26 with untucked shirt! Lots more convenient since retirement and loving it!
I am not completely retired yet, even though I am retired from the military after a combined 24 years USMC and USAF, but when I am not working my 2nd career, can't carry on my job site...I am a firm believer in appendix carry. It's really the only position that works for me since I have had a shattered pelvis, hip and femur, but even if I didn't have those issues I feel appendix is really the best all around method for me.
There was a time a iwb was tucked in back in SW FL with a 3.5" single stack even on the job as a carpenter building mega mansions wearing a tack shop made custom IWB rig and some 13 years years later a Comp-Tac Neutral was my choice for iwb but both warn at at 3:00 position high on my side . A couple years ago my wife bought us a couple MTAC holsters one was only the leather back half . I could screw on my kydex body for my p320c to it as it matched my old one when she said my old one looked bad ! I still wear it too but only with a 1911 now . We moved to WNC 23 years ago and quickly got out of the tucked in shirt thang . Now its button down shirts designed to be un tucked or t shirts untucked but they must fit . No Tent shirts allowed
SpeedSix 2 3/4" on left hip, M64 2" crossdraw at 2...both in Simply Rugged pancakes OWB under pocket T. 3 8-round speed strips across the back on my belt, and another 2 8-round speed strips in my front pocket. I carry my pair of P97s the same way, with 4-6 extra mags, depending. I'm comfortable, but avoid mud puddles.
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