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Old 07-19-2013, 09:31 PM   #21
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If the belt/holster works for your situation, so be it. That's really all that matters. If you needed a more secure / retentive holster you would have bought one. And as far as the cost.....a good belt will easily cost more than $30.

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wore it all day today, it was more comfortable than any holster I've ever worn and the gun didn't budge

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wore it all day today, it was more comfortable than any holster I've ever worn and the gun didn't budge
Good to hear. I rarely wear a belt, suspenders mostly except for the 8 warm months here...it's shorts and t-shirt. When I actually wear long pants, it's a paddle holster. I think a shoulder holster will be my next purchase. But enough about me, as long as you are comfortable with it I'd say you made a wise purchase.
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Good to hear. I rarely wear a belt, suspenders mostly except for the 8 warm months here...it's shorts and t-shirt. When I actually wear long pants, it's a paddle holster. I think a shoulder holster will be my next purchase. But enough about me, as long as you are comfortable with it I'd say you made a wise purchase.
I'm thinking a shoulder holster might be in my future too, mostly for winter months or if (hopefully) hb436 gets passed and we'll be able to open carry anywhere in Missouri with a ccw
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You are in Missouri? I'm south of Branson...near the Arkansas border.....hence the Missouribound name. We pretty much open carry everywhere here.

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I'm about 30 miles east of kc. most places are oc friendly but I haven't been able to find the municipal codes for a lot of the smaller towns I frequent so I just don't oc if I don't know for sure is legal. I would do it a lot more if I didn't have to worry about it

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I'm about 30 miles east of kc. most places are oc friendly but I haven't been able to find the municipal codes for a lot of the smaller towns I frequent so I just don't oc if I don't know for sure is legal. I would do it a lot more if I didn't have to worry about it
I don't think you will find those codes unless you stop in at the local law enforcement agency or email them. It's nearly impossible to figure it out yourself. But if you open carry, and it's not allowed....trust me, someone will let you know, one way or another. I conceal when I don't know, but I often open carry. Branson, for example doesn't allow, but most places are OK with it. Also the signs are diminishing, so it's become a bit relaxed....at least around here.
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I've seen maybe 2 or 3 signs in my area, the signs aren't what I'm worried about haha. As soon as I don't have to worry about what city limits I'm in its game on. Just gotta keep my fingers crossed for the override

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