Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by flashhole, Jun 2, 2019.
G19 IWB with everything from shorts & T-shirt on up.
If it's lower back pain, especially in the middle near your spine, that's something to pay attention to. There are a lot of lower back issues that do not respond well to powering through. Mine started in my mid 30s. It hasn't gotten worse, but hasn't gotten better either. When it acts up, let it heal.
When mine acts up, I find it more comfortable carrying further back, toward the 5:30 position, rather than the 3:30 position.
A Glock 17 carries nicely in a good holster, everybody makes good holsters for a Glock 17
All day, everyday!!!
Agreed, I also like to carry my P9M Hi-Power since I got my new iwb holster @ 1 O'clock as well as my Sig P228. I also like to carry my Astra A-100 @ 6 O'clock iwb & owb. I just got a new Taurus model M44 4' 44 Mag and with the right holster I should be able to carry it fairly easy at both positions
A few weeks ago I had a gun come through that was marked Bio hazard. Most often we refer to these guns as meat guns because of blood and other stuff on them. But this gun got the new name of nut juice. The owner of the gun got into a fight with someone and was appendix carrying. His gun went off when he tried to pull it and shot off one of his testicles.
I'm not a fan of appendix carry.
I base my choice on which one prints the least.
Well there is people that will NOT carry a Glock so all that I can say is that we should not run any ones gun down we should say what they like to carry and let it go at that I carry a Bersa CC 9mm and a 380 thunder that has 15 RD
Amen!!! It depends on your body type and what is comfortable for you, the individual. When I can 'comfortably' carry a 'big' gun I do.
Well said, I'm 6'-2" and about 210#. I do best concealing with 1911, Browning Hi/High Power etc types.
I didn't run anyone's gun down. I merely stated that I wouldn't carry a Taurus and then I said what I liked.
This is an open forum, people get to have opinions here.
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