Here is how I carry my LCP


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jon_in_wv
July 28, 2008, 09:33 PM
I'm probably not unique but I think the way I carry my LCP works very well so I though I would share. I carry my LCP in my front right pocket in a Desantis pocket holster. A while back I bought one of those cheap universal nylon holsters. I wasn't using it so I sewed it up into a double magazine carrier for my spare mags. I attached one belt clip from my C-Tac holster and it works great. The mags are so light they stay in place pretty well. They sit right at my belt line. As I shoot with my strong hand I can easily stick my fingers into my waistband and grab the next mag for the reload. I'm sure my setup isn't for everyone but hopefully it will give some ideas for anyone looking for some.

The mag carrier also slips nicely into the offhand pocket when I don't have a belt on.

Also, the light is a 1 Watt Dorcy I bought for 20 bucks at Target. It is a really good light. It is super light, very bright, has a positive on/off switch, and the battery lasts quite a while.

Before anyone chimes in the "the 380 is too small" crapola the LCP is my deep concealment gun. . I normally carry a M&P 9C in a C-Tac holster.

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klane
July 28, 2008, 10:03 PM
Yep I carry somewhat like you...same gun and holster, loose mag in weak hand pocket. I love the thought of never being without my LCP loaded with 102gr. GS.

joesolo
July 28, 2008, 11:41 PM
Nice setup Jon. I like it. Everyone needs a deep concealment rig when nothing else is practical.

jon_in_wv
July 29, 2008, 12:03 AM
Exactly, I don't feel sooo undergunned with this rig but my M&P feels much more comforting for normal everyday carry. The LCP is really much more capable than one would think and it just disappears in your pocket, much more so than a snubby or other pocket pistols.

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