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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

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    Huh?
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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

    Bite The Feet Of Old Men? That’s just gross.

    Ah, ok.
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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

    Quote Originally Posted by Wambli Ska View Post
    You can make a shoulder rig work. I sometimes wear one under my jacket to church on Sunday. Requires practice, practice, practice. But they are very comfortable.
    Shoulder holsters almost require muzzle flagging everyone on one side of you during the draw. A no go for me. And if they aren’t great require both hands to accomplish the draw.

    Appendix carry is my preferred.
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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

    Quote Originally Posted by cpj View Post
    Get a remora holster and cure the di ckie-do disease.
    I will look, thanks, the collection of holsters grows.
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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

    I carried IWB when I carried a full sized pistol and was more concerned with concealment. Since I have retired and no longer worry about being busted by co-workers, I just pocket carry a subcompact .45 or 9mm, and let it print.

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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

    Quote Originally Posted by CHIRO1989 View Post
    I will look, thanks, the collection of holsters grows.
    Good thing about the Remora.....it's cheap to experiment. And it doesn't seem right, but, they DO stay in your pants even without a clip on them. You can get them either way, I got the non clipped version.
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    Re: IWB Vs OWB

    Quote Originally Posted by jaywapti View Post
    Just a personal observation, being tall and skinny, I only weigh 145 lbs. I can not wear a IWB CC, even tried a suede lined holster with a Ruger LCP 380, they chafe on my hip bone, the most comfortable for me are the Bianchi OWB, and even than i wear them more toward the back than on the hip. My normal CC are a 1911 .45 or Charter Arms .44 spc.

    Any of you other skinny guys have this problem ??

    JAY
    At 5'11" 140, I guess I qualify as a skinny guy. I carry an M&P compact in an Alien Gear Cloak Tuck at about 3:30. Don't have the problem you mentioned. But I only carry around the house, and only a few hours at a time. Not sure how it would feel after 8 or 10 hours though.
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    I appendix carry a Glock 19 daily in a Raven Concealment Eidelon. For me the holster makes all the difference, and the Eidelon (and others like it) features a "claw" that your belt pushes against and rotates the gun butt against your torso. I can even carry with a moderately fitted t-shirt without significant printing.


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