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Blade Tech UCH IWB and G36

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Mossy Bloke, Mar 31, 2003.

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  1. Mossy Bloke

    Mossy Bloke Member

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    Just got my UCH last week. First time I've ever tried IWB carry. I've got to tell you, it's not very comfortable. I'm carrying at about 1 or 2 o'clock and it's uncomfotable sitting down. Pokes right into my hip joint and it's rubbing my stomach a little raw.

    Is this every UCH users same opinion? Am I doing something wrong here? I haven't tried 4 o'clock but I can't imagine it'd be any better. Some help is requested here.
     
  2. rock jock

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    My criteria are leather for IWB holsters and plastic for OWB. There are lots of good leather holsters for IWB. Do a search and you will find a few.
     
  3. Mossy Bloke

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    Okay, just took a little potty break...

    ...and made some adjustments (to my holster...keep your mind out of the gutter:D ). Behind my back at 4 o'clock isn't too bad at all.
     
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    IWB, I prefer leather and carry at about 4 o'clock.

    PS...the little adjustments help ALOT! ;)
     
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    IWb are really designed for 3 oclock and behind. Especially ones with any can't to them. Anything long (depending on how high you hike your pants) really can't be worn infront of the hip IMHO. I have never tried to wear infront of the hip, I know many do but it makes it hard to conceal for me.
     
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