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18347 No. 18347 ID: a7798a
How are you carrying?

Shield .45, 8 +1 with the Hyve extension. Holster is kydex from a company called Invisiholsters, added an Ulticlip clip, and a crux accessory. The crux pushes in the handgun more, making it easier to carry with a longer mag. Hardly prints at all when I bend down, doesn't print at all standing up.
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>> No. 18348 ID: 8e4d38
Can't carry in NY yet (and apparently pistol permits are pretty hopeless for us), but back home I was transitioning from carrying a Kahr CM9 in a kydex pocket holster from this guy

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Kahr-PM9-CM9-Black-Right-Pocket-Holster-080-kydex/283527001624?hash=item420386b618:g:JVwAAOxyBjBTSsSZ:sc:USPSFirstClass!13602!US!-1

I was about two months into switching to a Glock 19 Gen fower in a relatively generic leather IWB holster with no cant. I was a little hung up on going so large, but actually it was working out great and I will order a T-Rex Arms nomad for it in about 2 and a half years...


For inna woods I carried a Glock 20 Gen fower in a Gunfighters Inc Kenai chest holster. That shit was the bomb dot com when going up into the back country with full pack system. My 19 actually fit in it quite well too, but there was little reason to when I could have a 10mm in the same basic footprint.
>> No. 18349 ID: 00198b
>>18348
It took me a year from application to licence in my hand to get a CCW for NY. Depends on the county. Some will do in 4-8 months, some will grant CCW only (no target and hunting).
>> No. 18350 ID: 132e8e
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18350
G19 in a Galco Jackass. I think I'll get an Andrews Monarch when I upgrade to the Mark 23; the dude makes them to order, so I can have him put a muzzle-upward tilt on it and put a sheath module on the off hand side for my Fairbairn-Sykes.
>> No. 18381 ID: 788a19
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18381
Reshaped my P220 IWB to fit a concealment wing. Turned out better than I thought it would.
>> No. 18385 ID: 134838
Does anyone carry medical equipment for casual EDC? How do you do it? I'm trying to figure out how to essentially conceal a tourniquet on my belt like a spare mag but I can't find any good carriers. I don't want to ankle carry since I've been wearing more shorts lately. Recommendations?
>> No. 18386 ID: 94b79e
Someone should make a thread about the details of carrying. IWB, chest, open carry on hip etc, and the different styles of holsters and rigs.

>t. minor gun enthusiast who likes nice equipment and knows nothing about above
>> No. 18391 ID: 58727a
>>18386
Might as well keep this a holster thread. Site is so slow there's no point in having another thread.
I can't open carry in my state, but I carry at 4 o'clock IWB. Works for me, conceals nicely. Is there anything in particular you want to know?
>> No. 18392 ID: 369c8a
>>18386
I've done all of that, ask away my dude.
>> No. 18394 ID: 369c8a
>>18385
What I generally do is put the TQ in my front right pocket.

I AIWB an M9A1 with a TLR1 on it, 12 o clock.
>> No. 18395 ID: 58727a
>>18394
My front pockets are usually occupied. I found an OWB CAT tourniquet holder that I could put an IWB clip on the side and remove the other clip. I'll give it a shot.
>> No. 18398 ID: 132e8e
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18398
>>18395

Could try rolling up a RATS like I carry mine, might be easier for ya.
>> No. 18399 ID: 7db4d4
>>18398
I got an OWB carrier I just added an IWB clip on here >>18396
>> No. 18400 ID: 132e8e
>>18399

Cool, problem solved.
>> No. 18401 ID: 58727a
>>18400
I don't mind the RATS. I just hate when people spurg out saying they're not approved for use. I'm not mil or LE and they clearly work, so it doesn't matter if I carry one. I just find the CAT easier to use one handed.
>> No. 18402 ID: 369c8a
>>18401
They don't work.
They're not approved.

Like, dudes have proved this on numerous occasions.
but alright.
>> No. 18414 ID: 58727a
  >>18402
>They don't work.
But they do. Vid related is evidence of that. Where's your evidence?
>They're not approved.
That's fine. I don't report to any group that say's I can't use them.


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