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Old 08-16-2010, 04:04 AM   #1
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Default Recommendations for Carry.

What do you think would be the best way to conceal carry while wearing a Kilt?

Should I just carry the LCP in the Sporran?

Would like to carry a .45, just not sure about the weight issue.



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Nothing goes under the Kilt. Full Regimental.

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I think weight will be an issue. Try the LCP with the frame clip IWB. My Clan carries a dagger in the strong side sock. Now if I can just convince my wife I need a kilt.

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Always wanted a kilt, but to be honest I never thought/considered concealed carry with a Kilt.

Could become a problem drawing, and showing the "other" gun.... You might get of the hook shooting the bad guy, but then get charged with some type "indiscretion" charge

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I would think that an athletic supporter would work. I'm sure that, in your case, there would be plenty of room for your weapon and whatever else you have.

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I would think that an athletic supporter would work. I'm sure that, in your case, there would be plenty of room for your weapon and whatever else you have.
You've never complained.
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LCR

357. snubby

kel tec pf9

glock 19


.380 just isnt sufficient unless its a head or heart shot.

id personally carry a glock 36. single mag subcompact .45



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