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Old 11-12-2015, 05:30   #31
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I'm looking at one of these Urban Carry Total Concealment Holster

This seems like a good t-shirt and cargo/walking shorts holster.


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Like it. That's truly concealed.
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Old 11-12-2015, 06:04   #32
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Like it. That's truly concealed.
Nice, except the necessity of using both hands to draw.
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Old 11-12-2015, 06:19   #33
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Nice, except the necessity of using both hands to draw.
You could do it in two stages one-handed. It'd be good for when you absolutely have to tuck in your shirttail...
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Old 11-12-2015, 06:41   #34
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You could do it in two stages one-handed. It'd be good for when you absolutely have to tuck in your shirttail...
Certainly better than hooking the bloody hammer inside your pocket while shooting yourself through the honeymoon tackle.
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Old 11-12-2015, 18:02   #35
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Old 11-12-2015, 21:49   #36
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Yip, I have wanted one for years. Cant find any here so I settled for a Cobra instead.
That hammer spur is a pain but at least one can shoot single action with it. My double-action accuracy with a snubby is laughable, and I get one extra shot over the S&W.
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Old 11-13-2015, 07:14   #37
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Yip, I have wanted one for years. Cant find any here so I settled for a Cobra instead.
That hammer spur is a pain but at least one can shoot single action with it. My double-action accuracy with a snubby is laughable, and I get one extra shot over the S&W.
I carried a 442 for a while. I dry-fired that thing 3400 times, if I remember right, and if felt like the firing mechanism was greased.
I gave it to Mrs. Dusty, but she just could not hit anything with it...
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I carried a 442 for a while. I dry-fired that thing 3400 times, if I remember right, and if felt like the firing mechanism was greased.
I gave it to Mrs. Dusty, but she just could not hit anything with it...
Mrs Dusty has my sympathies. She could try throwing it. I have much better results that way.
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Old 11-13-2015, 12:50   #39
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Mrs Dusty has my sympathies. She could try throwing it. I have much better results that way.
lol Still ineffective, as she throws like a girl.
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I gave it to Mrs. Dusty, but she just could not hit anything with it...
That seems to be a running theme in the 'Dusty' household .... Oh DEER !!!!

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That seems to be a running theme in the 'Dusty' household .... Oh DEER !!!!

lol You have a great memory for a Hollywood treehugger...
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Let's kick this off with a discussion about how to carry concealed in shorts, a t-shirt, and flip-flops.
XDs .45 in Pocket; Shorts, t-shirt, sandals.
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XDs .45 in Pocket; Shorts, t-shirt, sandals.
Kind of sagging on your right there.

Water bed?

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The sag or waterbed?

ETA: No knock on waterbeds. I slept on one for roughly 45 years until we moved here. We can't risk the power to heat it, now. It was really fun in the Landers and Northridge quakes!

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