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Old 02-17-2014, 10:23   #21
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^ That looks like a good idea. What exactly is that pad?
I sewed the pad myself. It's filled with synthetic pillow stuffing. It's velcro-backed so I can take it off and wash it. It took some trial and error to figure out the right size and shape.
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Old 02-17-2014, 10:25   #22
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I'm more interested in what gang affiliation he has with k7?
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Old 02-20-2014, 19:44   #23
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I have found a small piece of foam on the inside near the muzzle helps it not to dig in to me as much when I sit down. Lots of guys use Velcro to attach foam but I use duct tape. It is easier and it keeps moisture from the foam. It might look bad but not to many people are looking in my pants. ��

I also pull the gun up a little when I sit and I suck my stomach in when I bend. With all of that it's pretty comfortable. AIWB definitely conceals my g19 better than anything else I have tried.

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Old 02-22-2014, 16:33   #24
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I have a CCC Shaggy for my G19 and a 5 shot SME for my P30.

Also note, the shorter the (barrel) holster the more it will/can rotate along the belt line when sitting/ twisting your waist. The longer the holster, the more it sits grounded against your lower abdomen. I.E., if you want to carry your G26 or other subcompact, get the one for the G19/G17, it will help keep it in place, as well as providing a holster for carrying multiple pistols.
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Old 02-22-2014, 17:22   #25
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For AIWB carry, wha is better, straight drop or reverse cant?
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Old 02-22-2014, 18:12   #26
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For AIWB carry, wha is better, straight drop or reverse cant?
Straight for me.
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Straight for me as well.

If you are not too familiar with it(AIWB) or for anyone. Check out this thread, it's full of excellent information, tips from guys with much more experience than myself. http://pistol-forum.com/showthread.p...Appendix-Carry)
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Old 02-23-2014, 07:53   #28
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Straight for me as well.

If you are not too familiar with it(AIWB) or for anyone. Check out this thread, it's full of excellent information, tips from guys with much more experience than myself. http://pistol-forum.com/showthread.p...Appendix-Carry)
Thanks. I actually have been reading that thread, little by little, I think I'm on page 18.
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Old 02-23-2014, 11:19   #29
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I have two GALCO Sto-N-Go AIWB holsters which are straight drop. I like them a lot. One's for my G19/G26 and the other is used for a Taurus 357 revolver. They work well.

But I wanted to see if I could carry my G30 AIWB and have a regular, IWB leather holster with slight forward cant. I put that sucker in and it worked just as well AIWB as it does IWB, IMO. Maybe it's me, but I find it works, no problem.
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Old 02-23-2014, 14:49   #30
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I don't. My belly is too big and I don't like pistols pointed at my man junk.
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Old 02-23-2014, 15:01   #31
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I don't. My belly is too big and I don't like pistols pointed at my man junk.
I can't help with the belly ;-) but a "Keepers" style holster aims the muzzle away from the frank & beans.
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I can't help with the belly ;-) but a "Keepers" style holster aims the muzzle away from the frank & beans.
My SME does the same. The "wing" on the holster helps tuck the grip in and keeps the business end from going where I don't want it to.


*when it's all said and done, I'm not all that worried, I do trust the weapon and holster to do what they are intended to do*
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Seems like a shield/g26 etc would be a non issue because of the short slide...
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Old 02-27-2014, 07:31   #34
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For AIWB carry, wha is better, straight drop or reverse cant?
For me, I go with straight drop. Have tried both and I prefer the straight for AIWB.
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Old 02-27-2014, 07:55   #35
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My setup is a 30S in a Highnoonholster low-ride, set it just to the right. Being low ride chance of printing is minimal but makes it a bit more challenging. When sitting best to pull pants up some and manually adjust end barrel to desired comfort position.
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Old 02-28-2014, 22:28   #36
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Even if you go with a shorter slide, you should still get the holster for the longer/larger weapon to help keep it from moving.




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Also note, the shorter the (barrel) holster the more it will/can rotate along the belt line when sitting/ twisting your waist. The longer the holster, the more it sits grounded against your lower abdomen. I.E., if you want to carry your G26 or other subcompact, get the one for the G19/G17, it will help keep it in place, as well as providing a holster for carrying multiple pistols.
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Old 02-28-2014, 23:08   #37
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Even if you go with a shorter slide, you should still get the holster for the longer/larger weapon to help keep it from moving.
Agree completely. Otherwise the muzzle tips in and digs into the lower abdomen--or creeps over the thigh.
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Old 03-01-2014, 15:14   #38
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I tried AIWB with my G26 for a brief run. If I pulled the front of my pants up when sitting down it wasn't uncomfortable at all. When bending over I'd suck my gut in and no problem either.

I went back to OWB at 4:00 though because when I sat, the barrel literally was aiming at my right testicle and it just bothered me. I know the gun wont go off unless I hit the switch, but still a bullet aiming down at my testicle was unnerving at best... haha. Concealed great though!

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Old 03-02-2014, 07:27   #39
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Dale Fricke AIWB holster, Daltech dual layer Bull hide Belt

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Old 03-02-2014, 07:46   #40
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After trying several holsters, I've settled on the G-Code Incog. Great holster. Adjustable depth and cant. The 'tactical fuzz' on the body side helps keep the holster in place. I don't notice it digging into me - even a long drive in the truck is no issue.
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