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Bad printing when I sit. Solutions?

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by bfsmith7, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. bfsmith7

    bfsmith7

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    I was using the tuckable soft loops and I recently received the tuckable c-hooks to solve another problem (the loops themselves were printing and also my shirt would occasionally get caught on them during the draw stroke). Switching to the c-hooks actually helped my other problem immensely simply because they pull the gun much tighter into my side. Because it is pulled tighter into my side it also moves less when I change positions, i.e. sit down, and doesn't stick out like it did before. Also, I changed which rivets I was using to increase the cant, which has helped some.
     
  2. moedi

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    Nice! Glad that it is working better for you, I think that the great think about their holsters is their versatility and the ability to be modified for your specific needs.
     


  3. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster Millennium Member

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    So, you are not printing anything now? Problem solved?
     
  4. bfsmith7

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    The printing has been greatly reduced. Now I'd say it's to that "nothing to worry about" point. Unfortunately the c-hooks make the entire setup slightly less comfortable, but we'll see if it's something that I'll get used to or if I'll have to work out something different down the road.

    (I know, I know, many will have suggestions of holsters that they find more comfortable. But, as quality holsters are expensive, I hope to make do with what I have until I determine that I truly need something different.)