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Old 08-07-2013, 4:44 AM
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Default best functional concealed carry holster..glocks

Anticipating passing and obtaining my sac ccw permit. Ill be carrying a glock 27 (99% of the time) a glock 21 and possibly my 1911 (21/1911 all depends on where ill be..but like i said, my 27 99% of the time). thinking about wearing on my right hip, possibly abdominal..but I'm thinking right hip. Suggestions for holster??? And opinion for carry position. A lot to ask but I'm stoked and a little carried away lol

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Old 08-07-2013, 4:59 AM
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I am on the way to a Sac permit as well . My buddy who already CCWs, carries a Glock 30 and a Springfield EMP. The Glock with a Clipdraw (which he loves) and the EMP in a LAG tactical hybrid IWB/OWB which he loves, and I have tried and I also love. I have one on order for my Kimber. Good luck with whatever you choose.

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Old 08-07-2013, 6:38 AM
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GLOCK 27's Conceal very well, but I'm very cautious with GLOCKS to make sure my holster FULLY covers the trigger.

It's summertime and I like the 5.11 Fanny Pack I know there are FannyPack haters out there,but it works really good for me.
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I believe carry position will end up being whatever you find most comfortable. I almost always find myself defaulting to the 4 o'clock position to minimize printing. I am a tad overweight too so that affects things.
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GLOCK 27's Conceal very well, but I'm very cautious with GLOCKS to make sure my holster FULLY covers the trigger.
If you are going to carry a Glock with the trigger exposed, use the Safe T block. My friend with the Clipdraw uses one and its great.
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Old 08-07-2013, 7:00 AM
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I carry a G27 using the Kholster IWB @ 3:00

I made some minor adjustments to the leather and it is very comfortable for ADC.
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