TriciaDodge wrote:CONGRATS! I have started carrying for longer periods of time too. It really depends on your clothing as to how it fits and how well it is concealed.
A wise women told me something when I started to carry. That is that other people are not even thinking that you may have a gun on even if they saw some "printing" or the bottom of the holster. It really depends on how much you down play it yourself, or if you are always tugging at your shirt to check if it is covered.
I guess I am saying, the more comfortable you are, the less likely you will draw the attention. That is why I carried around the house before I went out in public.
TriciaDodge wrote:What happened with your 1%?
Annie wrote:I laugh because some of the people I work with had a conversation the other day on how bad guns were, and how they were afraid of them. I was carrying then, and kept thinking, well if they only knew that i had a glock 23 on my belt, I wonder what they would say
packingmama wrote:I haven't had any really bad experiences! That and looks were probably the worst. Everyone else has had great things to say, just wondering or curious, wanting to gain more knowledge, saying they liked what I was doing, etc. Maybe because I am a women I haven't had and really bad experiences. Its not everyday you see a women OC (that's of course when I do). Hopefully I don't ever have a bad experience!
utahmomof4 wrote:Anyway, so I'm thinking that a Smart Carry would work pretty well for me, because it would put the gun in that same position, but keep the grip more horizontal on the top, and lower in my pants.
Just thought I'd share.
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