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Old 03-27-2012, 04:54 PM   #171
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I couldn't resist. How many guns is that anyway?

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Old 03-27-2012, 04:58 PM   #172
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I need to buy a comfortable waistband holster for my ruger lcr. Any thoughts?

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Crossbreed maybe

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Old 03-27-2012, 05:24 PM   #174
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Crossbreed maybe
Not crazy about how they look. But thanks.
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No worries. I just suggest them because they are supposed to be well made and comfortable. Honestly I don't use them. I'm not picky on looks. Just want to be comfortable and gun secured well. I usually hit up the used holster bin or make them myself. Half of mine are from the military.
Uncle mikes are usually good and inexpensive also.

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Old 03-29-2012, 02:51 PM   #176
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My EDC set up:

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You boys aint got nothin' on me!

Now you see it!
Got this from a local show, you can find it at Guns 4 Gals
I think I'm in love.
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Old 03-30-2012, 01:25 AM   #178
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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 .
My daily, all day long, IWBs for a full size .45 is one by either UBG or a CROSSBREED SUPERTUCK. The latter is an abomination of leather and plastic but extremely comfortable. The UBG I chose is comfortable, beautiful, 100% leather and will last me for the rest of my life. I requested additional leather to assure one-handed reholstering. Choice just depends on which one I pick up first in the morning.

I'm on the "fluffy" side and age has made the strong side, seated draw a bit more difficult. When driving, the pistol goes into the STICKY which then is inserted between skin and belt, forward of the right hip joint. It'll stay there, trust me, if/when you need to exit for a pit stop. And it's reasonably comfortable.

My motorcycle mechanic knew where the pistol and STICKY were, forward of the hip, and, [even covered only with a T-shirt 1 size larger as per usual IWB stuff] it was invisible to him.

A heavy, thick belt is a must to support any holster/firearm combination.

Post @167, the images by Levelcross has are not unlike the SUPERTUCK & STICKY.

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Am I the only one with a revolver for ccw?
When the temperature gets into the triple digits with the humidity close behind, I opt for my old friend, a dehorned Model-60 and one or two of the old time Bianchi strip loaders. Nothing wrong with a revolver; I'd carry my Python with full load .357 if it wasn't quite so bulky. Maybe if -I- wasn't so bulky. . . . BTW, what is your revolver of choice?

For you kids out there, the strip loaders were plastic strips that held 6 rounds in a line to make reloading a revolver faster when one wore "dump pouches" on the duty belt. Otherwise, the .38 Special cartridges "dumped" into the palm of the hand to be sorted out and arranged one handed. Assumedly while under fire. Heaven above! I hope there isn't an agency still using dump pouches!

Ahhh how we celebrated when speed loaders arrived!
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Only pictures I have right now. My XD .45 ACP full size in a MaxTuck from White Hat Holsters. I tried looking and contacting Crossbreed but they didn't make one to fit so I found White Hat contacted them and they said yes so that's the way I went. I like it because instead of buying a whole new holster I can just order the Kydex to fit my Beretta unscrew the XD Kydex and screw on my Beretta Kydex. I also carry an SOG Trident knife clipped in my right hand pocket I love this knife very sharp. I will get pictures of everything else so this is all I have for now.





No holster yet. Beretta is full size


Can't find holster to fit with my light

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