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Old 01-13-2012, 08:01 PM   #21
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My opinion in regards to the issue of "knowing where to look" for someone who carries...if someone knows where to look to try to spot a concealed firearm on someone it's MOST LIKELY (not in all cases) another responsible armed citizen, in which case there is nothing to concern yourself with. They know the rules so they won't call you out on carrying if they do so themselves. The "sheeple" generally have no idea what they are looking at if they even notice a bulge or mag carrier or what have you. I had a guy notice one of my kydex mag carriers while I was at a gas station reaching for a drink in the cooler an he asked me where I got my cell phone case because he liked how it hugs the body (silly sheeple).

That leads to my second opinion on raven concealment. They have excellent products but are kind of pricey and as mentioned, have a lengthy wait time. I might suggest making your own kydex accessories. I recently started doing this. It does take a bit of money to gather the tools to mold and shape the kydex but those are tools you will use to make countless products. the consumable materials (kydex, rivets, screws, etc) are reasonably priced and with a few hours of your time you can have your own product for a fraction of the cost. Just a suggestion! It's actually a fun hobby as well. Here's a few pics of my first project that was mistaken for a cell case.
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Old 01-13-2012, 08:43 PM   #22
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That leads to my second opinion on raven concealment. They have excellent products but are kind of pricey and as mentioned, have a lengthy wait time. I might suggest making your own kydex accessories. I recently started doing this. It does take a bit of money to gather the tools to mold and shape the kydex but those are tools you will use to make countless products. the consumable materials (kydex, rivets, screws, etc) are reasonably priced and with a few hours of your time you can have your own product for a fraction of the cost. Just a suggestion! It's actually a fun hobby as well. Here's a few pics of my first project that was mistaken for a cell case.
Those mag pouches look good! I have Raven's holsters but actually use the same style of mag pouches made by those like you and they work flawlessly. I need to get a set made for my M&P45 mags; I'm using an old DeSantis double mag pouch and like carrying/using 2 singles instead.
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Those mag pouches look good! I have Raven's holsters but actually use the same style of mag pouches made by those like you and they work flawlessly. I need to get a set made for my M&P45 mags; I'm using an old DeSantis double mag pouch and like carrying/using 2 singles instead.
Thanks bud! I haven't gotten to making a full kydex holster. As we speak I'm redoing a hybrid holster that was made for my XD by someone else so it can fit my new g19. Just popped the old rivets off, reheated and molded the kydex to the g19 and refitted the old rivet holes. Had to take a break before I broke something though . it's fun to work with but can get damn frustrating. I've never worn a more comfortable holster! I'd definitly suggest checking out my man Jason Christiansen at www.concealmentsolutions.com. They're along the lines of crossbreed but better leather and way way better customer service!
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In civilian atire just a normal shirt is all you need
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Thanks bud! I haven't gotten to making a full kydex holster. As we speak I'm redoing a hybrid holster that was made for my XD by someone else so it can fit my new g19. Just popped the old rivets off, reheated and molded the kydex to the g19 and refitted the old rivet holes. Had to take a break before I broke something though . it's fun to work with but can get damn frustrating. I've never worn a more comfortable holster! I'd definitly suggest checking out my man Jason Christiansen at www.concealmentsolutions.com. They're along the lines of crossbreed but better leather and way way better customer service!
I'll check him out, thanks!

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Really would like to hear how the ladies carry. Not to interested in carrying in a purse. Carrying in the summer must be quite difficult, especially for women who dont want to wear a buch of oversized shirts.

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Check out crossbreed holsters on YouTube few with female carry options.
This YouTube video demonstrates some great options for women.
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underarmour shirt under whatever iam wearing
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