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Carry conceal piece.. lets see them

I just picked up my new carry weapon, just waiting on the permit to arrive. Im curious to see what others have decided to carry..

I went with the Sig Sauer P938 - 9mm and 16oz unloaded. It has the extended mag for the pinkie.

Im not a big guy so i didnt want to carry anything large where you would see a bump in my shirt.



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on a serious note, got my CCL today and carried the shield out n about.

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XD-S in 45ACP. Has been my EDC for about a year, in a Foxx IWB Holster. Fantastic firearm. Got it due to it's size and ease of concealment, was nicely surprised at it's accuracy and ease of follow up shots (less recoil and muzzle flip than expected). This was 10 shots at 7 yards @ 2 shots per second (+reload). Flawless operation thru 745 rounds shot thru it (300 of it using the cheapest, dirtiest steel case ammo, without cleaning it minutes after buying it). I won't be replacing it any time soon.


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looking for a nice back holster (concealed) right handed for a sig sauer p938... any advice would be great.

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So what are the new laws? - Can I just go buy a Pistol and then apply for a permit that gives me permission to carry it but if I fire on someone (for a myriad of reasons) then I break the law? - SPALIN it tuuu meeeee

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So what are the new laws? - Can I just go buy a Pistol and then apply for a permit that gives me permission to carry it but if I fire on someone (for a myriad of reasons) then I break the law? - SPALIN it tuuu meeeee
theres much to explain, the class include 4 hours of talking about laws and safety...

nutshell is you cannot carry into establishments that dont want you too that will specify with a sticker on the door, no schools, nuke plants, bars, and others.. you can always leave it in your car (unless at nuke plant) and if you fire, better have good reasoning. must be in a case in your car. case can be a sandwich bag.. dont do that but by law it can be...

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So what are the new laws? - Can I just go buy a Pistol and then apply for a permit that gives me permission to carry it but if I fire on someone (for a myriad of reasons) then I break the law? - SPALIN it tuuu meeeee
I've seen you work with tools , a gun in your hands might not be a good idea .
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I've seen you work with tools , a gun in your hands might not be a good idea .
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Sadly, you're right though - I am still amazed the state does not require me to wear a hockey helmet at all times...............windows DO taste good, especially on the shorter busses

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looking for a nice back holster (concealed) right handed for a sig sauer p938... any advice would be great.
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Bug with a gun is like a monkey with a hand grenade!!!!
Being kinda hard on the monkey now aren't ya?

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How you are carrying it may be as important as the hardware. This caught my eye as a less is more solution. Has anyone played with this? Opinions?

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How you are carrying it may be as important as the hardware. This caught my eye as a less is more solution. Has anyone played with this? Opinions?
Would strongly advise against this rig for a number of reasons. In no particular order:

1. It does not cover the trigger on one side. In fact, the trigger guard is just a simple flap. Go Google the police chief who had a negligent discharge thanks to a fleece pull. I can imagine other things getting caught in your side and causing issues.

2. With the firearm "bare" against your body, this is going to be horribly uncomfortable unless you have a very flat-sided firearm.

3. What benefit does this rig actually give you over a traditional or minimalist full-bodied IWB holster? I see absolutely none. A few ounces? I view the reduction in material as a big negative.


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Would strongly advise against this rig for a number of reasons. In no particular order:

1. It does not cover the trigger on one side. In fact, the trigger guard is just a simple flap. Go Google the police chief who had a negligent discharge thanks to a fleece pull. I can imagine other things getting caught in your side and causing issues.

2. With the firearm "bare" against your body, this is going to be horribly uncomfortable unless you have a very flat-sided firearm.

3. What benefit does this rig actually give you over a traditional or minimalist full-bodied IWB holster? I see absolutely none. A few ounces? I view the reduction in material as a big negative.


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Thanks. So much for that. I wondered about the weapon digging into my side too. I wasn't too concerned about the trigger as I still refuse to keep one in the chamber as I personally think the risk of an accidental discharge is worse than the time lost to chamber a round.

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Thanks. So much for that. I wondered about the weapon digging into my side too. I wasn't too concerned about the trigger as I still refuse to keep one in the chamber as I personally think the risk of an accidental discharge is worse than the time lost to chamber a round.
While it is your personal choice, the Israeli Draw is another technique that I would strongly, strongly advise against. In a real life & death, high stress scenario, adding additional steps to your draw endangers you further. It introduces greater risk for errors to occur & requires additional time when fractions of a second count. And in a stealth scenario (i.e. shooter is unaware of you), you risk losing your advantage of surprise by needing to chamber.

If you do choose to utilize this technique, then I can only strongly advise that you practice it A LOT.
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Thanks. So much for that. I wondered about the weapon digging into my side too. I wasn't too concerned about the trigger as I still refuse to keep one in the chamber as I personally think the risk of an accidental discharge is worse than the time lost to chamber a round.
I use a simple universal Uncle Mikes IWB for my P89. Only time it "digs" is when in the truck when putting the seatbelt on. Otherwise its not bothersome. Just have to find where you feel comfortable having it on your belt. Looking at getting a Crossbreed IWB since they have a one specifically for the P89.

At first I didnt chamber one just to get more comfortable carrying IWB. Now chambered.

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I have the XDs .45 cal with the pearce grip extension. If you have large hands it makes it much nicer IMO.




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