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How to carry a g27

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by chaddy, Mar 17, 2013.

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  1. chaddy

    chaddy Member

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    I've been trying to carry me glock 27 in a sticky holster on the right side of my back bout 5 o'clock around my wallet area but its uncomfortable. I ware paints that fit no big shirts. Anybody tell me a way to try that works for them? I'm a big kid 5'9 270.
     
  2. montgomery381

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    I simply wear my at the 3:00 position in an IWB holster with a forward cant. I wear normally sized shirts. I don't buy them a size bigger to cover or any thing like that. When I buy close I do make sure that they are not real fitted, too snug. I'm 6'1'' 230 lbs. I should be more like 190-200 lbs.
     
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    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    To me?

    I can carry a full size GI 1911 IWB easier then I can carry a Block -- Emm?? - I meant to say Glock.
    Slim slides are In. Side!

    Thick slides are Blocks, no matter how short they are.

    rc
     
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    Crossbreed Supertuck.
     
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    All my clothes are loose fitting. Throwing a holster iwb is easy enough. You can't wear snug pants and expect comfort with iwb holsters.
     
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    Chaddy, don't take this wrong, but that is not healthy for you. I'm 5'10" and 195 and I need to lose some to get down to where I should be. I was 220 (OK 225) before my heart attacks. You might want to try a shoulder holster but you will need to wear a jacket with it.

    Jim
     
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    Ehtereon11B internet infantryman

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    Whitehat Maxtuck.
     
  8. Takem406

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    Get a good holster like a Crossbreed! I carry mine in one no issue!!! Also use a 5.11 shirt sometimes!

    Still don't understand using a pocket holster for your waist... To each his own...

    In God and Glock we Trust
     

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    I use a king tuk. I ended up having to wear shirts that are a size big, but I don't wear baggy jeans. The only person who knows I'm carrying is the girlfriend.
     
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    I would suggest that you get a better holster and belt. I would also suggest some looser fitting clothing. And perhaps a little bit of weight loss might be helpful.

    What is a sticky holster?
     
  11. Inebriated

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    Yup. I carry my 26 at 3:00 in a Nate Squared Pro holster. Comfortable and easy to conceal.
     
  12. chaddy

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    The sticky holster is a nice holster. It easy to carry the gun when it's colder but no with just a t-shirt.
     
  13. montgomery381

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    I use a Galco Tuck This II holster. Doesn't shift and is comfortable.
     
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