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Old September 28th, 2013, 05:22 AM   #61
 
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1911 under my right armpit held in place by rare earth magnets. Those buggers ARE super strong.
Now that I want a picture of!



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Old September 28th, 2013, 12:38 PM   #62
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On me is the same as everyday, all day... a 3.75" stainless Talo Ruger New Vaquero birdshead in .45 ACP in a Threepersons holster by Graveyard Jack's Custom Sixgun Leather a 1911 magazine as a speed loader, and a NAA mini in .22LR.
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Old September 28th, 2013, 02:54 PM   #64
 
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I am carrying Ruger SP101 2 1/4" barrel in a sticky holster loaded with 357magnum Speer Gold Dots for short barrel and another box of it loaded on Bianchi speed strips. In my back pocket I have a North American Arms Wasp revolver in 22 magnum winchester hollow points. The other day I carried my 6 inch GP100 to get braggin rights to say I've done it sucessfully. I had it in the small of my back and went into Wally world and did "The Walk" HA HA HA! It is possible as long as you don't have to sit down or bend. Other best method with this gun is shoulder holster under a jacket or coat. But I don't have a shoulder holster yet.
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I am carrying Ruger SP101 2 1/4" barrel in a sticky holster loaded with 357magnum Speer Gold Dots for short barrel and another box of it loaded on Bianchi speed strips. In my back pocket I have a North American Arms Wasp revolver in 22 magnum winchester hollow points. The other day I carried my 6 inch GP100 to get braggin rights to say I've done it sucessfully. I had it in the small of my back and went into Wally world and did "The Walk" HA HA HA! It is possible as long as you don't have to sit down or bend. Other best method with this gun is shoulder holster under a jacket or coat. But I don't have a shoulder holster yet.
My sister sews "concealed comfort" shoulder holsters and will ship for $20.00 plus shipping - - - send me a PM and I will send pictures.

The will instantly conform to anything from a LCP to a mid sized 9mm - - - I wear one about 16 hours daily 7 days a week.
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Right now... my Walther PPS 40 S&W. My SR40C is not far in its SpeedVault SV500 secured in an inconspicuous location.
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Ten extra kilograms.
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How do you like the Super Tuck ?
I really like the Supertuck. I have it in Horsehide with J clips. Really comfortable even with the summer heat as I wear it against the skin at 4:00. I did not have to increase size of pants and I use a thick HK leather belt.
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Around the house it's just a J Frame in a little Bianchi leather thumbreak holster that came with it. It's small enough that mowing the yard, chatting with neighbors, etc, it never is seen. (Not that I'm worried much about being noticed at home...)

It's small, but the only need I have is for it to get me back to the bedroom where I have more... options.
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my Kahr CW9 never leaves my side. its my daily carry and my nightstand gun. I leave my other pistols in the safe no need for them. Now I also keep a mossberg 500 in my cheapo gun cabinet for easy access nearby.
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