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Old 04-28-2013, 10:23 PM   #11
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I will never back pocket carry. Hard on the rear end if you take a fall. Easy for a pick pocket to see the top of your pistol and slow to clear and ready if it sits below the pockets edge . If its small enought to back pocket carry stick it in your waist or front pocket or hang it from your neck.
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I thought there were small Derringer like pistols that fit into a special belt buckle??? I know I have seen pics of them before.
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I thought there were small Derringer like pistols that fit into a special belt buckle??? I know I have seen pics of them before.
Yeah, try New England Firearms. They're nice...seem to be very well built, and not very expensive, either.
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I plan on buying my wife and perhaps myself, a GURU faux zipper top pocket holster. They look top notch! I think their site is pocketholsters.com
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I have carried in a wallet holster for years. I am so used to it I forget it is there. Guru Dave makes great pocket holsters and that is what I use for this type of carry. I carried a KelTec P3AT for a long time but I now carry a Sig P238. I use a holster with a padded fake zipper top to keep people from seeing the larger Sig in my back pocket.
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I have carried in a wallet holster for years. I am so used to it I forget it is there. Guru Dave makes great pocket holsters and that is what I use for this type of carry. I carried a KelTec P3AT for a long time but I now carry a Sig P238. I use a holster with a padded fake zipper top to keep people from seeing the larger Sig in my back pocket.


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The holsters also come apart with 2 screws go front pocket carry.

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I carried a beretta 950bs for 10 years and then a beretta 3032 for 15 years in my back pocket (no holster) with out a problem. I, however usually wore loose fitting cargo pants or military fatigues. when wearing tight pants such as jeans. I used an ankle holster.
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I occasionally carry a BUG in my back pocket. After all my years in uniform I very rarely tuck in my shirt and I am almost always in jeans. If I am going somewhere I know I will not be sitting an LCP in the back pocket is an option. I use a DeSantis pocket holster. The shirt covers it very well, and if the wind blows the denim smooths out the outline.
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I thought there were small Derringer like pistols that fit into a special belt buckle??? I know I have seen pics of them before.
NAA has some .22's and .22 mags that fit in a belt buckle. I looked at one in an LGS and I was not impressed. It took a little bit of time for me to get the gun loose.
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