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Old 01-28-2011, 05:30 AM   #1
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I recently picked up a G-22. I have a couple different holsters for it. First I bought the Blackhawk Serpa which is great for security. Yesterday while at the range I picked up an Uncle Mikes IWB. I realize that this gun is a little big to conceal, but what do you all recommend?

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Old 01-28-2011, 11:25 AM   #2
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I carry the G-22 or 17; both in a high ride holster. a local fellow makes them;

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Old 01-28-2011, 06:09 PM   #3
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The G22 is pretty big for a CC, but technically it's not impossible to carry concealed. I would go with Raven Concealment IWB

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Spend some money on a good IWB holster cause if not you may end up with something uncomfortable and remember you might be wearing this all day.
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Before my 1911 I concealed my G22 daily in the summer or winter. I used a Bianchi Black Widow and never had any problems. If you don't where long shirts it will show
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I carry the G-22 or 17; both in a high ride holster. ..
That's about the only way to work these big double stack pistols. Sometimes I'll carry MOB under my waist band unchambered ( the old butt crack holster).
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Thanks for all the input. It is difficult and big to conceal easily for sure. I am a fairly big guy (6 feet tall) I can cover it with the IWB that I have now fairly well, but I need to wear a baggy shirt and give it some forward cant otherwise you can see the butt end profile.

The Raven Does look like a great option for concealment.
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A canted, high ride holster or canted IWB would be my suggestion with a strong side carry in the 4 o'clock position. Carrying a full size gun with double stack magazine will require some adjustment in wardrobe, but you should easily be able to conceal under a loose shirt.
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I have a Gen 4 Glock 22 I carry every day in a Crossbread Supertuck holster. I have no trouble concealing this gun. I love the Gen 4. Waiting for the Gen 4 Glock 34.
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The best i could find was a iwb for my g-22


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