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Old 11-25-2011, 05:03 PM   #1
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Hey guys and falls just wondering if any one conceals a g22 and if so how what is your platform

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Old 11-25-2011, 05:19 PM   #2
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I occasionally carry my G31 which is same frame size as your G22, i just always used a Fobus belt holster and it worked just fine. Is it the best choice out there? NO...im sure that other people will post some good conceal options for you

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I have a G22 and G23 and the G23 is the better choice for CCW though you could do it with a G22. Of course the G27 is even better for CCW if you're talking a Glock 40S&W.

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I carry the G-22 in a Fobus GL2 Paddle Holster, this is my first choice of CCW. There are a lot of different CCW holsters, just find what is comfortable for you. I tried the inside the pants holster and I did not like the feel.

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I carry my G22 all the time in a Galco "Avenger" belt holster. It works
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I carry a Glock 22RTF as my primary gun all-day every day.

I carry OWB strong side 99% of the time...and strong side IWB...the other 1% of the time.

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I conceal a G22, FS H&K USP 45 and a G21 using the King Tuk from Galco. I've tried so many different holsters and the King Tuk works the best. You can get them for $56 all day. I'm 6'2 and 210 and they hide very well! You can also use C hooks on the holster for deep cover. I carry at work with my shirt tucked in with no problems. No one ever seems to notice I carry.

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Thanks for the thoughts guys I've had this 22 for a while and I do have chp in Louisiana my primary is a kel tec pf9 but always looking at new options

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I conceal a G22, FS H&K USP 45 and a G21 using the King Tuk from Galco. I've tried so many different holsters and the King Tuk works the best. You can get them for $56 all day. I'm 6'2 and 210 and they hide very well! You can also use C hooks on the holster for deep cover. I carry at work with my shirt tucked in with no problems. No one ever seems to notice I carry.
+ 1 on the galco king tuk, i have 1 just because its compatible with all my glocks. My primary carry is a 23, but my 17 hides with jus as much ease with little to no printing. Best set up i have.. Highly recommend it.

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CrossBreed super tuck deluxe, most comfortable holster I have found

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