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Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Michael Tinker Pearce, Jan 3, 2019.

  1. mrmike7189

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    LOL If you did that in my home town, your house would be ransacked ...and your car would be used to transport all your possesssions away to some thugs stash house
     
  2. Wanderling

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    Thanks. I must have different pants, mine would literally print if I had a quarter in the pocket. So the grip needs to be hidden altogether, and the holster can't look like a holster.
     
  3. Fine Figure of a Man

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    If you live in a rural area, as I do, the only person you will ever lock out of your house is yourself.
     
  4. bannockburn

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    My cell phone is small enough that I can carry it in my shirt pocket most of the time. The Kahr CM9 or the S&W Model 638 are in DeSantis SOF-TUCK holsters while the KelTec P3AT goes in my right front pants pocket in a DeSantis "The Trickster" holster. The Kershaw is in my right front watch pocket while the SAK fits in my right back pocket along with my keys. A spare mag or a Bianchi Speed Strip, depending upon the gun choice of the day, can be found in my left front pocket.

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  5. SteadyD

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    Pleated dress pants conceal a pocket holster much better in my experience. The pleat breaks up the printing.
     
  6. MikeInOr

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    I understand. I would like to find a thin pocket holster that completely covers the grips like the thick padded one I use with my DB9... but the think Ruger holster conceals the P32 well enough that I stopped looking. I find I can take the P32 pretty much anywhere in pretty much any pants. Concealability for me seems to be a combination of weight and thickness... both of which the P32 is really good at.

    I have never tried a wallet holster... but they have always intrigued me.
     
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  7. Good Ol' Boy

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    Extra mags and phone not in pic.



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  8. Trunk Monkey

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  9. Thunderchicken

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    It is not a really great idea to publish pictures of your keys if the picture can be matched to you. Locks usually have only a few possible positions for each tumbler, so given a photo it is possible to produce a matching key. I think I read something about an actual service to do that in the last year or two. I have no idea *how* hard it would be, but I just thought I'd mention it because I was a bit surprised the first time I heard of it. Of course, keys are to keep honest people honest anyway...

    I was curious what the big silver ... thing ... in the upper left of the original post was? I know I will feel dumb when I find out.
     
  10. bannockburn

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    Thunderchicken

    I wondered about that too. Thought it might be some kind of Swiss Army Knife.
     
  11. Trunk Monkey

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    Some kind of Multitool. There's a Phillips head screwdriver on the left side
     
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    I see you are a man of good taste. The Buck 110 and the Remington are some of my favorites.
    Quit the Cope/Skoal etc last May. On mint chew for now.
     
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  13. Olon

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    Thank you sir, I appreciate the kind words.
     
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    I've carried a Buck 110 since the early '90s. On my second one. Great knife.
    Remington New Model is an accurate and reliable revolver.
    Nice to see the younger guys appreciate some of the older offerings.
     
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  15. Armored farmer

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    Here is my daily load. No wonder I'm always losing something. I carry too much stuff. 20180308_080239.jpg
     
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  17. JR24

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    I live rural and always lock my doors.

    Partly because when I lived in rural AK unlocked doors were a recipe for a drunk wandering in and sleeping on your couch (for real it happened a lot.) But mostly because my toddler will let himself out if the doors aren't deadbolted.

    And since we are posting pocket dumps, my EDC since September, minus phone and keys. Gotta get a new mag pouch though, that one broke.

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  18. Michael Tinker Pearce

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    It's a pocket-knife/multi-tool. Like a Swiss Army Knife.
     
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  20. Styx

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    We need a sticky for edc and/or "today's carry" picture thread, e.i., holsters, handgun(s), etc... Nice to see what everyone else is carrying, and to get gear ideas...
     
  21. Styx

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    I'm curious, do you carry an extra mag, speed loader, speed strip, etc, or do you always just carry a "NY reload" instead?
     
  22. bannockburn

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    I carry an extra mag or a speed strip, depending of course on what gun I'm carrying.
     
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