GUN Anyone not carry IWB?

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  1. RyeLou

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    i carry the Glock OWB ... till i get my CWP ... obviously take it off for some places i dont want to be hassled in though ...
     
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    I carry my G27 in an Andrews cowhide pocket holster.
    If I have my hands in my pocket, I can draw as fast as I can with a duty holster.

    *may not work for you "skinny jeans" metros.
     
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    I carry OWB. IWB is just too damn unconfortable
     
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    I'm not up to par on my Glock talk. Is the G27 a sub-compact? I'd like to carry in a pocket holster, but I think mine is a touch too big still.
     
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    Always IWB, but I recently bought a Beretta 84 and am thinking about trying it OWB. It is small & short.
     
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    I carry OWB. IWB is too uncomfortable. A good leather paddle or pancake works well and can be hidden by a jacket or even an untucked t-shirt.
     
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    I think mine is just too long still to carry OWB. I'd love to, but I don't know.. I think my overall length is 7.2" if I recall..?
     
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    Yes, it is a subcompact.
     
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    Especially if you have no ass like me.
    "Irish ass" ftl
     
  13. Clusive

    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    OWB about 75% of the time for me.
     
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    can someone recommend a good leather OWB concealment holster? i've been thinking about trying that every once in a while.
     
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    I used to carry in a Galco ankle glove, printed really badly, and I couldn't carry with a +1 extension
     
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    I'd sure like to know too, I tried a paddle once and it was like having a rest for my elbow hanging out from my body. I've been wondering if the ones with belt slots are any better at concealing than the ones with snap loops.
     
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    :wtc: There's no way a pistol would fit in my jean pockets.
     
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    http://www.usgalco.com/Marketing/Conceal.htm
    FTW.

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    Glock Model 30 in one.
     
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    Ditto.
     
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    Sorry for the shitty pics but OWB holsters work great for me. This one's just a cheaper one, can't remember where I got it but most OWB holsters are pretty simular. I can re holster with one hand and it keeps the gun pretty tight against my body.

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    i wonder how that owb minotaur from comp-tac is. :o
     
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    anyone have any more recommendations for IWB hostlers?
     

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