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Old 08-17-2010, 10:01 PM   #11
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Great legs, Gate! Shaved or waxed?



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I vote for sock carry; you're wearing a kilt to be traditional, right?



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Old 08-17-2010, 10:42 PM   #13
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I generally carry a SP101, .357 when wearing a kilt. And yes, it is in the sporran. Of course I have a knife in the top of my right sock and a large dirk in a sheath tucked in at an angle through my belt at the small of my back.

If the knife and the dirk does not stop some soft headed BG, the .357 surely will clear his mind.

Of course the occasions that I wear a kilt are usually with a group of happy, partying Scots that would rather drink than fight (Highland Games). But I have also walked across the Boston Common in a formal kilt kit (that includes the knives) and the .357 was comforting.

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Something small and light enough for you to carry, yet comfortable enough to shoot. I find it real hard to shoot small pistols like the Ruger LCP so I carry a snub nose revolver, mind you I have not worn a kilt but those would be my choice on what to carry.


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