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Old 04-22-2009, 04:44 AM   #11
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Inside the Waist Band Holster. I like the Galco Scout.

Maxpedition Versapak is a good way to carry equipment if you decide a holster carry won't work for you.

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Best method to conceal Glock 19?

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I bought this for my M&P 40 and it works great for me. Its very comfortable and easily concealed under a one-size-larger-than-normal shirt. If anything, it gives you an excuse to buy a small wardrobe of your favorite sports team shirts .

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Ah!! That looks like the Galco Summer Comfort! It is what I carry my Colt Government in all year. Very comfortable.

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Yes, yes it is.

I can't find it anywhere in tan now, just black.

Mine is just getting into the sweet spot of being worn in. I love it.

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Yes, yes it is.

I can't find it anywhere in tan now, just black.

Mine is just getting into the sweet spot of being worn in. I love it.
I have a Bianchi similar to yours. It's comfortable, but I don't like carrying my heavy CZ75 all the time.
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How do the Galco holsters do with sweat in the summer time? I live in MO where the summers are steamy and humid. I'm trying to decide between Kydex and leather, but I'm afraid leather will get soaked iwth sweat in a month or two around here.

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Ive never had a problem with my Galco dealing with sweat. And we get some pretty humid summers here.

Sometimes when its really hot, my holster isn't uncomfortable, but I feel releaved when I get home to take it off. But thats only after I've been wearing it from dawn till dusk.

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Leave it at home, locked in the case?

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I gave my boyfriend a Woolrich shirt with the conceal pockets sewn into the chest, and a large split at the waist for easier sidearm access.

The pockets do not work for his P226, but you can easily hide my compact Glock. It definitely makes fitting into a crowd easier.

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