Thanks. I actually am still carrying full time, just with other makers' holsters. This Dara model that I have works great after some modifications. I also have a JB leftie for a regular .45 Shield. I now have working models upon which to draw from to make AIWB holsters for my other carry guns.
For whatever reason, the photo app here insists on flipping my added pics around. Here is my 45 Shield Performance Center model with the RMSc red dot:
IWB just doesn't work for me hard as I've tried with some fine holsters. Short periods here & there are manageable but I've settled on OWB 2:30-3:00 is my favorite sweet spot for all day comfort.
Good subject matter for discussion …...
Up until about ten pounds ago, I would have agreed with you completely. That said, this current rendition is the most comfortable IWB carry method I have ever experienced. Even when bicycling, it's comfortable and concealed. I never really had that with my previous IWB 3:00 setup, which after a few miles of pedaling, I definitely know it was there.
My carry philosophy is: Of the concealable pistols I own, carry one I would prefer in hand if I had to defend myself.
There is nowhere I would prefer to defend my life a 38 snub/LCP rather than a Glock 19/23 (or 1911) and I carry accordingly.
I'm guessing most of you have seen this and since I'm kind of new here it may have been mentioned before. In case you haven't seen it here is a good article on gun violence and how CC's may be helping to curb it a little...
I have a current CHL permit from AR now and I can open carry in NM. I know possession of firearms is not allowed on tribal land and I want to drive through there on byway from AZ to AR but I'm worried about that stretch of hwy 70 with my gun on me.
Anyone ever travel through New Mexico's...
Someone suggested a poll in the the thread with the same topic. I’ve never set up a poll in a forum before so I thought I’d give it a try & did my best to list what most of us EDC. Thanks for participating :smile:
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