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anyone ever try carring in a left handed holster at the 3:30 to 5 o clock position??? if so how has that worked out??? it seems conceal quite well without a holster....
 

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Wow yall are really smart to think that i meant to actually use it as a left hand draw.... Actually i meant using a left handed holster at 4 o clock for a right handed draw basically the gun would be worn normally but the butt of the Gun would be facing your right side instead of your left like when using a supertuck or something..... make since????? and actually i dont drink.... thank you...
 

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It's the old "cavalry draw." It has fallen out of favor currently, but a lot of folks still carry that way and a few holstermakers still make rigs specifically designed for that type of carry.
 

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so this is extreme cross draw?
No..

I've never saw it as extremely forward as 3:00, but I've saw it closer to 5-6(almost like a SOB holster).. The firearm is basically drawn "palm out"... As said above, there are holsters made specifically for it... The only problem I see with it, is its going to be difficult to not sweep yourself w/ the muzzle.. but again, I've not tried it, so maybe there is a technique to it.




Worn in the middle of the back or kidney position, the MOBTM is designed for a palm-out "cavalry-style" draw.

Designed for excellent concealability as well as comfort, the MOB offers superior firearm security by means of detailed hand molding and a reinforced thumb break retention strap specifically designed for a palm-out draw motion.
 

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Wow yall are really smart to think that i meant to actually use it as a left hand draw....
Not everybody knows about all types of carry... No need to have an attitude.

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Actually, when I first started wearing my RH ST at 4:30, it felt a little weird to draw palm-in. I'm used to it now, but I think that for me starting out "cavalry draw" (if that's what it's called) would have come more naturally.
 

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Not everybody knows about all types of carry... No need to have an attitude.

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My apologies i've had a rough morning but the idea to draw left handed from the 4 o clock position seems a little off if you ask me. anyways i didnt know what that kind of carry it was called so thank you guys for the replies. i've seen it done in so many movies that i assumed that it couldnt just be Hollywood someone had to use that style in reality... anyone currently use this method or have experience with it??
 

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I sometimes carry my j-frame in a no-name nylon holster I got for like $6 when makarov.com was shutting down. I like it because it rides lower than my Bianchi, and came set up with loops on both sides so the clip can be reversed.

If I have reason drive the wife's car (the butt won't quit hitting the seatbelt) I'll just swap the clip to the other side, stick back in my pants, and put the gun in backwards. Works like a charm.
 

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anyone currently use this method or have experience with it??
These days I'm mostly pocket carry, but I spent several years carrying in that manner when I was younger. Even used the MOB holster shown above, although I preferred my Law Concealement System holster. Also found it to be better when doing Mexican Carry with autoloaders.
 
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