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Old 11-12-2012, 11:53 PM   #31
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... more wallets are lost, or picked from rear pockets. A small auto can be lost the same way and unless you have a well padded backside like some women it's gotta make your butt sore while sitting on it.
Good observation Smokey.
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Just a quick blurb for the perfect wallet, an "All-ett." I carry 12 cards + cash & it's still less than 1/4 inch thick. Google it. Sailcloth, not leather. I'll never carry another.

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I carry in my pocket (in a holster) every day. S&W Bodyguard 380 in DeSantis Nemesis.

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Just a quick blurb for the perfect wallet, an "All-ett." I carry 12 cards + cash & it's still less than 1/4 inch thick. Google it. Sailcloth, not leather. I'll never carry another.
Very cool. I dig the nylon. Didn't see any that specified sailcloth, but the nylon is fine for me. Good lookin' out.
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Dockers are excellent for pocket carry esp the pleated ones.

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2nd the Dockets. When buying new pant first thing I check is the pocket size. Good pockets are just too handy, even in shirts.

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beretta 1032 tomcat .32 auto...........small, lightweight. acurate and with corbon 65gr hps at 1000fps mv ammo its quite potent.

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Columbia makes some pants with hide'n pockets to design some what like dockers.

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Columbia makes some pants with hide'n pockets to design some what like dockers.
Columbia, and others like Magellan, make fishing shirts which work well as cover garments during hot weather if you decide to carry IWB, or with a belt holster for that matter.
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Anybody know anything about the CovertCarrier Universal Sleeve? It's a rubber grip cover with a flat S-hook at the butt that allows you to carry IWB without a holster. I ordered one, but now I wish I hadn't because it looks like it would be really dumb to carry with a loaded chamber when using this thing. Oh, well, I've wasted more money on dumber things -- but anybody ever used one?

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