You live in Ohio. Ohio has ice in the winter. Get an axe to help keep the walkways clean........ I hear American Tomahawk makes great ice chippers!:smiley2:
Yep. I used it when it was still Thunderwear. They've solld a bunch of 'em, so I know my experience is subjective. I suppose if some folks wear it long enough, theyl get used to it. I just never could, and that's why I was so pumped to find the kangaroo-type setup.PEEPING TOM said:BigJon seems to have a good rig for 'deep concealment', but don't disregard the 'Smart Carry' at smartcarry.com.
This is the deep concealment I have been using for over a year now. I'm 5'-11" 190 lbs. 95% of the time I forget I'm even carrying and it's no mouse gun...Kimber Compact CDP in .45 with a backup mag.
I can sit for hours...walk for hours...I even will occasionally take a nap in the recliner...all with no discomfort. I love the deep concealment. I tried the IWB and OWB and couldn't stand having to always be aware of how I move or reached or bent over etc.
And after practice, it takes me about two seconds to draw and aquire sight picture. I have worn this set up to the lake in nothing but my swimsuit (no swimming...only barbequing) no shirt and nobody knew a thing.
The only printing is a little bulge by your strong side pocket (from the grip) but nobody goes around staring at the front of your pants...it's too awkward for them! If I'm standing in front of someone who's sitting I simply hook my thumb in my front pocket and my hand covers the bulge.
They now have one with an extra security pouch in the rear where I carry my emergency $.
Edited to add...I carry all day-every day.