What Are The Best Concealed Carry Positions?
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    Post What Are The Best Concealed Carry Positions?

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    The best concealed carry positions are rather subjective, as each has their own pros and cons. There's more than one way to skin a cat, so to speak, and really the best is what's going to work for the individual in question.

    The most popular concealed carry positions are on the waistband, because waistband carrying tends to work better than carrying positions like pocket, ankle or shoulder carrying. Hence, most people carry on the waistband and a plethora of carrying implements are made for doing so, including a host of holsters and a bevy of leather ccw belts..

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    when the weather cools off here, I wear the Packin T a lot with a hoodie or fleece over it.... otherwise I carry at 4:00 IWB (with a Galco Stow-n-Go) as most days my dress shirt is untucked over a pair of jeans. I do have a shoulder rig but hardly wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azguy View Post
    when the weather cools off here, I wear the Packin T a lot with a hoodie or fleece over it.... otherwise I carry at 4:00 IWB (with a Galco Stow-n-Go) as most days my dress shirt is untucked over a pair of jeans. I do have a shoulder rig but hardly wear it.

    I prefer a crossdraw carry.... it's easily accessable while sitting (like in a car or restaurant), easily concealed with judicious use of an untucked shirt, and important in this country (montana) easily accessed under a heavy coat.

    I'm suprised the blog didn't mention this.

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    I agree....cross draw


 

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