Q120 wrote:Yeah, I'm not a newbie to forums, and I know re-posting the same question over and over is annoying, but I was unable to find the exact answers to the question about a holster that works well for somebody with a thin build. I wouldn't have posted otherwise. Plenty of information here!
moyler wrote:Being thin, you can carry anywhere with anything more easily. That shouldn't be as big of a concern as the what and the where.
moyler wrote:Holsters are a very personal item. You will probably go with a few before you find exactly what you want.
Variables include: Leather or Kydex (please don't get a $12. Uncle Mike's Nylon special...
RoccoRacer wrote:If you have your CFP, you can carry loaded open, loaded concealed, or whatever. Also, there's no laws against printing, so even if someone does see your gun, you've done nothing wrong. If someone calls the police, they will probably come check you out. You could assert your 4th amendment right against unlawful searches followed by your 5th amendment right to remain silent. or simply show them your CFP and tell them your actions are perfectly legal. Some LEOs don't know the gun laws very well so there is a slight chance you may still end up detained, just remember the law is on your side as long as you keep your cool.
Smartcarry is for deep concealment, which generally means slower drawing. Check out dalefrickeholsters.com for some nice Kydex appendix holsters. you can see pics of mine at photobucket.com/archangelholster
Q120 wrote: Also, how do you like the H&K USP?
Q120 wrote:Once I choose the gun I want, I will start looking for holsters. I never wear shirts that I tuck in, so I think I'll be okay on that front. ...I keep seeing the "SmartCarry" holster, so I looked it up, and it looks like it goes in the front of your pants. Seems like you'd have to wear really loosely fitting pants if you wanted to draw fast!
xRapidDavex wrote:Bulky, heavy & terrible mag release (IMO).
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