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lsuj2006
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CC Question

I just took my CC class this weekend and will carry as soon as I get the permit in...

My question is, is it possible to carry in your waistband without buying a whole new wardrobe? If not what would you do? Ankle carry? Would the OB be kind enough to give me some CC holster suggestions?

The gun I'll be carrying (for now) is a Ruger LCR


Lpmann3
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Different people prefer different things and unfortunately its a lot of trial and error. Whatever u do...buy a good gun belt.


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wildswamptiger
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Crossbreed holsters are very comfortable, I CC itwb only didn't have to buy any new clothes, just lossen your belt a little


bapple
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When you buy pants, get a couple extra inches in the waist. And a leather belt should work fine as long as your holster has good clips on it. I can carry in jeans and any kind of kakhi pants. If it has a belt and a few extra inches on the waist, it can be used.

EDIT: for an LCR, I would suggest pocket carry though
This post was edited on 2/13 at 2:15 pm


That's BS
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Have the professional model of the n82tactical coming in Friday. Tons of video reviews on YouTube, and all really positive. Wanted something that would be easy on/off, comfortable, and tuckable.

Also considering a Remora holster to wear (after work) with my scrubs or when I'm not wearing a belt. Lots of good YouTube videos on those too. Check them out.

Edited to fix link.
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Ace Midnight
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EDIT: for an LCR, I would suggest pocket carry though


I agree with bapple - I highly recommend a pocket holster, though, just for the added security and trigger protection.

An example would be the Desantis Nemesis:

LINK

Reasonably priced with a good reputation.


Homme Formidable
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In my humble opinion, a good belt is very important.
I have a nice leather belt made by Rafter S Gun Leather.
It is a black leather belt with kydex stiffener.
I also have a Wilderness Tactical belt for certain situations.
Both of the above belts come in 1-1/2" widths to fit inside the belt loops of my jeans.

I typically carry my G17 Appendix Inside the WaistBand.
I do have some pocket holsters for pocket carry of my various smaller sidearms.
Stellar Rigs make a good kydex one.
There are some good nylon ones.
Desantis Nemesis is an excellent little pocket holster.

Since you have a revo, I'd also suggest good speedloaders for your reloads.

Tuff Products makes some nice pocket holsters, as well as speed strips to hold extra revo rounds.

I believe your LCR is a 5-shot.
When I carry my snubs, I only load 4 rounds in my speedstrips.
It makes it easier for me to load under stress.
Two and two...


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Charter n Coke
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Image: http://holstersrus.com/images/Back%20Pocket%20crimson%20rrace.jpg


I just got this for my kimber solo from stoner holsters. will revert in 2 days when I get it


GoT1de
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quote:

for an LCR, I would suggest pocket carry though


this

(or 2 o'clock belly IWB for the little LCR)


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Meauxjeaux
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This looks like a great solution... pocket carry and a holster that prints like a wallet.

That's what I got, but the holster I ordered is not up to snuff.

When I actually start carrying I'm gonna look at something like this Stoner holster.


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Professor Chaos
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Wish i could still get into size 34 Levi's


KingRanch
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NASA_ISS_Tiger
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King...is that weapon cocked? The 1911 that is...


shawnlsu
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is that weapon cocked? The 1911


Condition 1 is the only way to travel


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KingRanch
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Absolutely, cocked and locked. So is the P238.


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RATeamWannabe
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quote:

King...is that weapon cocked? The 1911 that is...



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bapple
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King...is that weapon cocked? The 1911 that is...


A 1911 with the hammer down is useless. It is single-action-only, meaning the hammer must be back for the trigger to function.

To draw the gun and have to cock the hammer or rack the slide creates another motion to the drawstroke and increases the chances of failure when you really need it. Condition 1 for 1911s. No other way.


TigerOnThe Hill
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The truth.


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KingRanch
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I'm curious as to why he asked that?



Is there another way?



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