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I have a Desantis undercover shoulder rig I use for long trips. As a right handed person it feels natural in the car. If I am walking I prefer an IWB (alien gear is what I have for the G22).

If you are on a long car trip how are you carrying your large frame Glock?
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I use a Galco Miami Classic for my 1911s on a long road trip or a shoulder holster made by a local leather craftsman for my G23. On a long road trip, it's hard to beat a shoulder holster for me. My cars tend to be tight inside and I normally carry OWB which can be hard on leather seats. Heck, any seats.
I have a Miami Classic for my 1911s too. I like it a lot.

I can’t imagine IWB or appendix carry for 8 hours in a car.
My son has glued a holster for his handgun into the center console of his car. He doesn’t have a shoulder rig yet.

He says an empty holster doesn’t bother him in the car, but even that is uncomfortable for me.
 

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That is a helpful reply. Thank you.

The shoulder rig is mainly for comfort but I did feel like the pistol is trapped behind my hip. Especially in the winter when I am wearing a jacket.

Your point about shooting or driving is well taken. It is less likely to be needed in traffic than while getting gas or food.
 
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