Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by lysol, Mar 16, 2010.
According to the chart, you listed the Glock 19 as "full size." The Glock 19 is a compact frame 9mm.
Jeans -T's-Sweat shirts 7 days a week 12-14 hrs.a day.
When in shorts PM 9 right front pocket. or both.
Winter IWB holster, mexican, or pocket (p-coat or motorcycle jacket) 1911 commander size, either Dan Wesson Cbob or my Colt.
Summer: Most of the time Bersa Thunder.
I am getting a Taurus .380 pocket for formal dress.
lcp in the pocket. I just cant get used to anything on my waist.
205-220lbs (depends on football/diet/lifting)
CZ P-01, IWB High Noon Down Under @ ~5 o clock
Can conceal with a loose t-shirt or polo using a flat bottom mag.
32" - 34" waist
Winter - CZ-75D PCR in Bianchi Shadow II OWB holster.
HK P7 PSP in Uncle Mike's OWB holster.
Summer - Beretta M85FS in Bianchi OWB holster.
KAHR PM45 everyday (except Sundays) in front right pocket, T-shirt and Carhartt Carpenter pants
NAA Mini-Revolver with Sunday clothes
1911 when I ride the motorcycle, open carry.
Full size 1911 in a Kholster IWB at 4 o'clock
During warm weather it's jeans and an untucked t shirt, sometimes BDU pants and an untucked t shirt. In cold weather I tuck the shirt in and cover with a coat or jacket.
Galco police when open .Ruger SR9
I almost always wear jeans, T shirt in warm weather, jacket in cold weather.
Only time I wear a smaller pistol (LCP) is when I get dressed up.
32" pant waist for OWB P-239/40
34" pant waist for IWB Defender
ask me about Herbalife
I carry an XD sub-compact 9mm. In cold weather, I prefer to carry it in my Galco Miami Classic under a jacket or vest. Now that the weather is warming up, I have been carrying OWB in a Don Hume OT. It's not ideal because my belt is weak, so I am currently looking for a better option. I will probably try the Crossbreed.
Normal clothing for me is jeans or khakis, with a t-shirt/sweatshirt/jacket.
I usually have on Wranglers or Levis with a T-shirt (tucked), and a pearl snap or button down shirt, unbuttoned/unsnapped, for cover (untucked of course). Pretty much my year-round setup. I'm not a big fan of changing out guns according to the season. One gun = one manual of arms = familiarity.
PA-63 in a Uncle Mike's size 1
Jeans and T-shirts, most of the time a hoody, and usually toting on a wally wold belt of some sort or another.
I carry a Springfield Armory Lightweight Champion Operator .45 in a Desantis OWB 3-slot holster in the winter. Just got a Kahr PM9 for summer carry; it came with a Kramer IWB that I'm not too enthused with so I may find another option to carry it.
My clothing pretty much year round is cargo shorts with either a sweatshirt, pullover fleece, T-shirt, or a short sleeve button up. I rarely wear pants unless I'm going to work or church. Wait, I wear shorts to church, too.
34 inch waist
My dress: professional during the day and I pocket carry a J-Frame in an Uncle Mike's size 36.
When casual (normally jeans and a button-up shirt untucked w/ tee shirt) : I carry a Sig P250 IWB in a custom leather holster.
I'm 6'1", 180 ish, and 34" waistband.
However, I really dislike IWB or OWB carry.
I use a shoulder rig, and as I live in the Pacific NW,
I wear a nice heavyduty vest year round.
That handles the CCW end.
Throw a rain parka over the whole shebang in the winter.
From experience, the difference between wearing a
Belt gun or a shoulder rig, in terms of access and
Speed of deployment are negligible.
glock 27 in spring & summer
glock 22 in fall & winter
i wear jeans year round and a t-shirt or button-up shirt over a wifebeater.
the holster is a crossbreed supertuck
Cross Breed Super-tuck 1911 Govt. 3:30
IWB G19 in crossbreed supertuck
Summer = Diamondback DB.380 in the pocket.
SW 6904 9m
Generic cross draw shoulder holster
my 2 different CCW's both use Milt Sparks VMII's
I have wide shoulders so I can conceal almost anything if I leave my shirt untucked. Usually carry IWB or a 642 in a pocket holster
Kahr PM9 IWB in a custom holster from Stephen at RKBA Holsters
I wear jeans and a t-shirt or polo most of the year. In the winter I sometimes pocket carry in my jacket.
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