I've always told myself I wouldn't carry a Glock IWB without a NY trigger on it. However, I just got a G27 for IWB carry, and really dont see myself doing that. I spoke to a friend that carries a Glock, and what he does is takes the holster out of his pant, puts the Glock in it, and then puts the whole thing in his pants. This makes sense to me, and seems to really mitigate the risk quite a bit. I'm not a LEO, and would therefore never need to unholster my Glock to detain someone, then need to reholster it. I did this a bunch of times yesetrday while shooting my new Glock. While its a pain, it seems like really good practice. It may not be as cool looking as "I'm the only one here that can handle a Glock fou-tay"..., but I'm willing to take that chance. Thoughts?