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Old 11-14-2011, 07:56 PM   #151
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On the XDM is a Blade-Tech IWB, and on the XD is a Henry Holster, made by a guy that my buddy introduced me to, affordable and nice. As of lately I've been carrying without a holster, just cinch the CQB belt a little tighter to carry the load. But if my fiancee and I are going out of town for any length of time I'll bring a holster just to avoid any problems or conflicts.

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Am I the only one with a revolver for ccw?
Nope... SP101 in a Sideguard holster.
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Old 12-04-2011, 05:54 PM   #153
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For every day I carry a body guard 380 ( repalced a Model 60 that I carried for 36 years )

Very easy to conceal


I wear a "bellyband" up high ( my wife says my big belly holds it up )


It affords me complete freedom of movement, easy accessibility ( you can pull
your shirt open in an instant. Don't worry about buttons in an emergency. )

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Old 12-08-2011, 12:58 AM   #154
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So does this mean we can start with the pics?
My DeSantis Scorpion IWB.....my EDC actually with G19, but the G27 likes to ride sometimes too!

My Mitch Rosen 'Upper Limit Express' very high ride holster.

My SIG P220 SAO in the DeSantis speed scabbard.....yes--I do have a better belt actually. This was just a quick throw on for the pic.

I carried appendix today just for a trial run with my Don Hume H715M. I will get pics up soon.
That 1st pic looks REAL uncomphy
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For every day I carry a body guard 380 ( repalced a Model 60 that I carried for 36 years )

Very easy to conceal

I wear a "bellyband" up high ( my wife says my big belly holds it up )

It affords me complete freedom of movement, easy accessibility ( you can pull
your shirt open in an instant. Don't worry about buttons in an emergency. )
Lokking really friendly in the first picture arnt we?

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This S&W 325 .45 in my vest pocket, or riding in the small of my back. It's so light you can hardly tell it's there.

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Lokking really friendly in the first picture arnt we?

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I am really friendly! If you look at my right arm you will see a copper WWJD bracelet that I wear 24/7/365

Luke 22:36
He ( Jesus ) said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.

Luke 22:38 The disciples said, “See, Lord, here are two swords.”
“That is enough,” he replied.



Jesus did not advocate violence but he felt his people should be prepared as until the rapture there will also be Satan’s people around us! To keep this in context a cloak was a very highly prized and valuable possession! If Jesus feels we should all be prepared to defend ourselves, family and property then we MUST!
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I am really friendly! If you look at my right arm you will see a copper WWJD bracelet that I wear 24/7/365

Luke 22:36
He ( Jesus ) said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.

Luke 22:38 The disciples said, “See, Lord, here are two swords.”
“That is enough,” he replied.

Jesus did not advocate violence but he felt his people should be prepared as until the rapture there will also be Satan’s people around us! To keep this in context a cloak was a very highly prized and valuable possession! If Jesus feels we should all be prepared to defend ourselves, family and property then we MUST!
Well spoken sir

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For those of you guys that IWB abdomen carry , How does that work for you when you have to sit down to drive , or sit in a chair ? I have tried but its really just not comfortable for me, Im 6'1 and I dont have a big belly or anything that gets in the way either , I find on myself the SOB IWB works well and I dont notice it as much even sitting or driving .

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I probably have 50 different holsters that I have used over the decades. One of the main reasons I went to a shoulder holster was while on patrol in uniform I had a hard time getting my service weapon into action while behind the wheel of a patrol car.

I have several ankle holsters I have worn over the years and they do not lend themselves well to foot pursuit, or retrieval when behind the steering wheel.

With the belly band up under the arm pit I have easy access from any position I have found myself in, stays put under foot pursuit, is very comfortable and works better than anything else I have tried!

It is not a good option for a large weapon so I still have several different shoulder holsters. I am always open to new ideas. Function is top priority for me then looks comes in after that.

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