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Old 04-26-2011, 23:44   #26
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I started with the G19 and love it but regularly reach for the G26. Best holster I have found for shorts and T shirt carry for the Glock is the smartcarry (I live in Houston so it is hot here!) however the easiest and most comfortable option I have found for shorts and and t shirt wear is a S&W J frame in a PCS pocket holster . Mine is in Airweight in .32 H&R so I have 6 shots. If I am wearing cargo shorts I will put the G26 in a Nemesis holster in my cargo pocket balanced by mags, cell phone, keys etc in the other cargo pocket but that's not easy or convenient.
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Old 04-27-2011, 17:21   #27
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FWIW, the G26 in a Brommeland Max Con V on a Beltman belt ended my search for the perfect setup for me. None of these components are cheap but they each have become cherished items of ownership and daily wear. Good luck in your search.
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Old 04-27-2011, 17:45   #28
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I am in Tx so we share some of the same weather -

regardless of carry method you choose to go with you are going to have to make changes to your wardrobe. I find that using an extra heavy weight shirt (t-shirt, polo etc) with normal size pants, gun specific belt, and a good owb holster works well for me - and I do not have to purchase different size pants or shorts. The belt will make a huge difference in your happiness, a lesson learned the hard way.

I carried a g23 for many many years with this set up and use it now for a g30 in our shared weather
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Old 04-27-2011, 18:04   #29
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I am originally from Ohio. Dre, did the weather in TX make it any harder to conceal the 23? The picture that r3dot really has me thinking about the size difference. I mean thats not much difference at all between the compact and sub-compact. I really can't see how that little would make a difference in conceal carry.
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Old 02-09-2012, 18:34   #30
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Have had G26 and G22 for many years. New single stack 9mm pocket glock like auto fits in your back pocket. With a wallet holster not detectable. Check out the Beretta Nano. Very well built, never jams and width of less than .90 inches. Great site and trigger pull with 9mm. I have purchased two so far.
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