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Old 01-27-2008, 22:44   #31
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I am a skinny little Bastard and I use this:

http://www.blade-tech.com/In-the-Wai...ED-pr-820.html

To conceal an XD .45 Tactical. Very comfortable and functional.

Yo brother, try a Kramer holster.... I've got a Kramer IWB you can have, its fitted for a USP.

http://www.kramerleather.com/product...&categoryID=23
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Old 01-27-2008, 23:05   #32
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Yo brother, try a Kramer holster.... I've got a Kramer IWB you can have, its fitted for a USP.

http://www.kramerleather.com/product...&categoryID=23
USPc?? Squintz wishes he could keep up with me...maybe if he bought less Multicam pouches
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Old 01-27-2008, 23:25   #33
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This was recently demonstrated quite well with a local on my trauma table-him and his 5 9mm rounds in various parts of his anatomy, and still pissed off enough to need to be handcuffed to the gurney.
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Stuff like this make me wonder why the military switched from .45 ...
Rather it makes me wonder why the 9mm... If .38 couldn't stop charging rebels in the Philippines why go to 9 mm... .40 .45 .357 10mm... *beats a dead horse*
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Old 01-28-2008, 17:55   #34
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Stuff like this make me wonder why the military switched from .45 ...
Rather it makes me wonder why the 9mm... If .38 couldn't stop charging rebels in the Philippines why go to 9 mm... .40 .45 .357 10mm... *beats a dead horse*
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Old 01-28-2008, 17:58   #35
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Yo brother, try a Kramer holster.... I've got a Kramer IWB you can have, its fitted for a USP.

http://www.kramerleather.com/product...&categoryID=23
Thanks TS! But, I don't have a pistol to fit it. If it will work for a USP Compact then the Crispy one will be interested

Kramer makes some nice stuff. If I am ever in the market for Horse Hide. I know where to look
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Old 01-28-2008, 17:59   #36
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USPc?? Squintz wishes he could keep up with me...maybe if he bought less Multicam pouches
Yep! Too many Irons in the fire.
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Old 02-24-2008, 19:15   #37
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I am a ccw permit holder and I have used a Comp-Tac Gurkha with a great deal of comfort and success. The clips keep the holster where it needs to be. The people at Comp-Tac are great to deal with as well. If you ever decide on an IWB holster you should give them a try.
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Old 02-24-2008, 19:25   #38
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I am a ccw permit holder and I have used a Comp-Tac Gurkha with a great deal of comfort and success. The clips keep the holster where it needs to be. The people at Comp-Tac are great to deal with as well. If you ever decide on an IWB holster you should give them a try.
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Old 02-06-2024, 11:02   #39
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I've used the Belly Band for almost a year now, with my glock 30. For those who havn't seen it, it's a strip of elastic about 5" wide with pockets for left or right hand draw, and a center pocket for a magazine. I carry a pair of handcuffs in the off-side pocket, works well for me and I can wear it under jogging shorts and a slightly baggie tank top. The draw seems fine, the band doesn't seem to move when I draw and the gun stays secure in the 'holster' with normal walking to light jogging (like from the parking lot to the store). I've never tried to exercise with it.

One problem: mine's already starting to stretch out a bit. Nothing to the point of losing it's elacticity, but it's worth noting.

I also use a Bladetech OWB holster with a mag / handcuff combo.

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Reviving this thread in an attempt to please our friend Box. And the truth is I was going to do it anyway.

I have a Kramer holster for my USP .40 and a pocket holster for my S&W .38, but I now desire to carry while exercising outside. I don't like either option for that use case.

What do y'all think about this Belly Band? What other options would you consider for carrying while exercising, including when wearing shorts and a t-shirt?

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Old 02-06-2024, 11:04   #40
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It's Tuesday bro.
It's Tuesday.

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Old 02-07-2024, 12:39   #41
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It's Tuesday bro.
It's Tuesday.

C'mon man
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Old 02-08-2024, 00:49   #42
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I prefer the Sgt Preston Model Lanyard...
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I prefer the Sgt Preston Model Lanyard...
Talk about old school...
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