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S1C EM
Georgia Fan
Athens, GA
Member since Nov 2007
9633 posts

re: concealment pistols
That's the VersaCarry Zero Bulk, and yes, it does have a trigger cover.....but only on one side. I think that's still hard pass from me.



Lincoln Dawson
UAB Fan
Spanish Fort, AL
Member since Feb 2019
296 posts

re: concealment pistols
thanks for the recommendation but i want a trigger guard on both sides of the trigger.


tenfoe
Member since Jun 2011
5545 posts

re: concealment pistols
It doesn't matter how uncomfortable the holster is, it is still more comfortable than a colostomy bag.


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Lincoln Dawson
UAB Fan
Spanish Fort, AL
Member since Feb 2019
296 posts

re: concealment pistols
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If I want to wear gym shorts, belt goes on first and then shorts on top. I've concealed full size Glocks all the way down to the 43.


is this the trick then? i wear a lot of draw string shorts (gym shorts i guess you could say) and when i go to pull my weapon out (iwb) of holster i can't unseat it without almost ripping the entire holster out.

i was thinking a simple trigger guard holster might solve this --- would it? or is a belt still recommended?


S1C EM
Georgia Fan
Athens, GA
Member since Nov 2007
9633 posts

re: concealment pistols
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thanks for the recommendation but i want a trigger guard on both sides of the trigger.


I wasn’t recommending. Hence, the “hard pass”. I agree with you.


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TigerstuckinMS
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
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re: concealment pistols
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is this the trick then? i wear a lot of draw string shorts (gym shorts i guess you could say) and when i go to pull my weapon out (iwb) of holster i can't unseat it without almost ripping the entire holster out.

Look into belly bands.


Lincoln Dawson
UAB Fan
Spanish Fort, AL
Member since Feb 2019
296 posts

re: concealment pistols
never heard of this. i will, thank you.


WizardSleeve
Louisiana
Member since Sep 2011
1415 posts

re: concealment pistols
I really like my Tulster IWB for my 365xl. Its kydex, very light, extremely secure and can be put in small of back, hip, appendix all with the same relative comfort to me. Pistol comes out easy but will not fall out either. There is a solid "click" when it is in place.

This post was edited on 9/17 at 9:42 pm


tilco
Auburn Fan
Spanish Fort, AL
Member since Nov 2013
10919 posts

re: concealment pistols
Anybody have a recommendation for a thin tuckable iwb for a ruger ec9? I’ve always had leather but they seem to add bulk and I wouldn’t mind trying kydex.


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