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Ankle holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by bucktails, Feb 25, 2017.

  1. C0untZer0

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    is the rig supposed to go all the way down to your shoe?

    Do ankle rigs basically ride down your calf/ankle until the top of your shoe holds them up?
     
  2. C0untZer0

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    I want to carry an RM380 as a backup to my R9, but if I carry it in my back pocket with a traditional back pocket holster - people can see it. I wear a tucked in shirt, usually business casual, and a traditional back pocket holster allows people to behind me to see the top of the gun in my pocket. There are a few holsters out there that completely cover the top of the guyn, but then that complicates deploying it.

    I'm looking into possibly using an ankle holster.
     
  3. 27hand

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    The Apache did got down to.the top of my work boot. I had no problem with it resting there and could do all my normal work activities without it shifting or flopping even when I ran.
    Retired now and still carry like that with the exception of covering the bottom of the ankle holster / gun with a sock. Sock actually stabilizes the gun a bit. I never used a calf strap but I suppose it would prevent the gun from sliding down. I try to secure it a bit above my shoe and have only had it creep down a few times.
     

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