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Old 11-17-2012, 06:45 AM   #1
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Default Good stay at home pants to carry in the house?

I plan on getting an lcp for ccw when I don't feel like carrying my g27. I would like to carry 100% of the time, or close to it. Any suggestions for pants that will be comfortable, yet sturdy enough to let me carry my weapon without fear of the pocket holster falling out?



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Old 11-17-2012, 01:08 PM   #2
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The fashion section was removed some time back due to the petal pusher vs bell bottom issue



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Just get a good belt and holster. Don't need nutin else, your home, ain't ya!

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Hoss, you can be such a curmudgeon. Get with it!

The new fashions have left those ole' pants behind.
http://www.shootingillustrated.com/index.php/15078/woolrich-elite-concealed-carry-chino/
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I have no problems with Levi's or most cargo pants or khakis. Wranglers are fine, but some have shallower pockets, but still seem to cover an LCP just fine with the DeSantis Nemisis holster.

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Hoss, you can be such a curmudgeon. Get with it!

The new fashions have left those ole' pants behind.
http://www.shootingillustrated.com/index.php/15078/woolrich-elite-concealed-carry-chino/
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You'll never catch me askin anyone but my wife on what pants to wear
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You'll never catch me askin anyone but my wife on what pants to wear
You ask your wife? lol!

I don't ask my wife! She tells me.



Srs, I like Carhartt jeans because they just seem to last longer without getting thread worn from the stress of pocket carry.
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After 17 years my wife practicaly dresses me. I am like a big "Ken" doll. I like the attention though.

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LCP in a pocket holster?

1. You should wear pants.

2. They should have pockets.

3. The pockets should be big/deep enough for the gun/holster
to fit.

I carry a LCP with Crimson Trace laser, Alabama
Holster Works kydex pocket holster. Right
front pocket. All the time. It's there now.
The pants comply with the above 3 rules.



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