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Old 07-28-2019, 10:23 AM   #1721
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An IWB holster is perfect if youíre carrying concealed. Why do you feel like you need an OWB holster? Shooting range?


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OWB is probably more practical overall
Wear it at the range and practice drawing ...
Wear at some national forest while camping
Or if there is a WW3 or zombie apocalypse, then forget concealed carry
It's every man for himself

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Old 08-16-2019, 06:01 AM   #1722
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Yeah
OWB is probably more practical overall
Wear it at the range and practice drawing ...
Wear at some national forest while camping
Or if there is a WW3 or zombie apocalypse, then forget concealed carry
It's every man for himself

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You can do the same thing with IWB holsters. Itís all about how you train. Holsters are the one thing us gun guys spend a lot of money on. It takes a lot of trial and error to find things that work........and thatís for each firearm you carry.

In other news, I finally got my Sig P365 grip module back from Boresight. It now has a texture and grip surface similar to that of an M&P 2.0. They did a wonderful job; even added texture under the trigger guard and matched my two 12 round mags and my 15 round mag.

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...and also did a size comparison with the 15 round in my Sig vs. my Shield 2.0 with the 8 round mag (...9 rounds with Magguts).

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...and I picked up a new back-up weapon: a Ruger LCR .38.

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