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Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by druryj, Jan 1, 2020.
Them theres is letters..!! Em er not werds!! Sheesh ,these youngens today!!
I like 1911's and I like big holes! I have no problem carrying an officers model in a pair of Duluths with big pockets.
Lol, yeah... while that might be possible, it ain't likely.
My pay-as-you-go flip phone can actually take pictures, but has no internet access. Haven't tried to get said pics on my computer yet, but given the flakiness of this computer freak-show (onboard sound has died, and only one PCI slot still works - where the modem is now), I don't even know if the USB ports still work.
It ain't rocket science though. A pair of scissors, stapler, and yer imagination should do the trick.
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LCP in Desantis Nemisis
I don’t pocket carry often. If I do, it is usually as a backup. My P365 is my current choice for doing so.
Sherrick holster. This is fitted and I have both a left and right hand version, depending if I’m carrying as primary on a right pocket, or backup in a left pocket.
The BORAII Eagle Pocket Holster is a bit more minimalistic, but still covers the trigger guard and pops off on the draw. Prints more than the above in slacks, but fine in most jeans.
Both allow a full grip.
NOTHING else is allowed in my pocket if I’m carrying a firearm in it.
I will on rare occasions slip my Walther PPS M1 into my back pocket of my jeans with the 6 round mag.
That BORAII Eagle Pocket Holster looks interesting enough that I actually ordered one last night.
It is worth trying to see how it works for you. I liked the first one enough that I now have one for each one of my pocket guns. G42, G43, and the P365.
Got my interest. Just did their 3 for 45$ special.
We'll see how it works out.