oddball carry

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by kiabe1, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. kiabe1

    kiabe1 New Member

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    ok so i was looking into a glock 29 at my local gun store. and it got me thinking about how it would be interesting to hear about the things youve carried that werent exactly the norm, and how you carried it. so plz i'd love to hear about it. thx
     
  2. kiabe1

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    by the norm i mean 9mm, 40, 45, 357/38, and 22
     

  3. JonM

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    i carried a desert eagle .50AE for a while years and years ago in a bag that looked like a computer case.
     
  4. kiabe1

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    see now that is cool
     
  5. JonM

    JonM Moderator

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    not practical. but i was a student back then after i got out of the army so it fit the look.
     
  6. therewolf

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    I've CC my DE44 in a satchel a few times. But

    it was just too heavy.

    I do carry a full-size CCW in a belt pack.

    For the few instances where I do OC, I prefer a

    cross-draw, because when you bring your arm up

    with the pistol, your wrist and arm are straight.
     
  7. JTJ

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    I will carry with the butt forward on the strong side. It prints less and is easier to draw in a car. It does take some training to get the draw right so you dont cross yourself with the muzzle.
     
  8. shooter58

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    I carried an H&K SP89 (semi auto version of an MP5K) some times in a small computer bag.
    Along with a few spare 30 round mags.

    Just cuz I could ...
     
  9. sdiver35

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    I just picked up a Glock 29 for hiking, great gun. Recoil isn't bad at all either.
     
  10. shooter58

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    I always thought the Glock 29 would be a great backpacking gun.
     
  11. Rick1967

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    I made a cc holster for my Vaquero. It is not my normal carry. But once in a while I feel a little nostalgic.
     
  12. John_Deer

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    I use a bulldog IWB holster for a Kel Tec P3AT or Ruger LCP to carry my Blackhawk with a 6" barrel. The holster doesn't cover the trigger but it does keep trash out of the cylinder.

    This is a medium holster. I would try it before I bought it. The small holster fits the frame on the Blackhawk perfectly.

    My leather holster for compact semi auto's fits the Blackhawk also. I don't abuse the holster because it is has formed itself to my EDC.
    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Jul 19, 2014
  13. Mercator

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    Babe magnet? Confess... :D
     
  14. 1turkeyhunter

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    Most here have seen this already, but was curious if this counts.....
     

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  15. Mercator

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    You need an IWB holster. I think.
     
  16. 1turkeyhunter

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    Would definately be a confidence builder. Lol
     
  17. kiabe1

    kiabe1 New Member

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    lol thats awesome
     
  18. Turkey Hunter, that looks to be a bit slow on the reload... but I'm not your Daddy.

    On occasion I've been known to carry a Model P clone (Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt). On rare occasion I have carried a Colt model M. Just for old times sake I have toted a four inch S&W M29 in a FBI type holster.

    Nothing real strange like a Broomhandle Mauser or a Bergman Simplex.
     
  19. kiabe1

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    had to look up that bergman simplex. that thing is cool
     
  20. AR10

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    Good for you. In the wilds, nothing much beats a 10mm with hot loads.