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sweetknuckles
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Post by sweetknuckles » March 19th, 2009, 2:44 pm

polypet wrote:What kind of a dangerous location does the OP live that he needs to carry a gun while training for a 5K run?
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Post by hairypolack » March 19th, 2009, 11:27 pm

sweetknuckles wrote:
polypet wrote:What kind of a dangerous location does the OP live that he needs to carry a gun while training for a 5K run?
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;D
lol

it ain't easy chillin' in the 2-0-8

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Post by bryno44 » March 21st, 2009, 2:36 am

I have a little experience with the running/carrying problem. My solution was to carry a J frame revolver in what is known down here as an ass-pocket holster in sweat pants that had a zippered right rear pocket. The ass-pocket holster is normally made of rough-side-out leather so it stays in your pocket when the gun is drawn, loosely boned to keep the cylinder upright and the grips just below the top of the sweat pants pocket. I can't think of any reason you couldn't do it with a P-64. or you could try the belly band holsters from different makers, I think mine was a Binachi and I had it cut a little to fit better. If you are a humid, warm climate you may want to consider body powder between you and the belly band Good Luck

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Post by gunzrus » April 13th, 2009, 11:50 pm

hairypolack
I was @ smartcarry.com today and they claim that their holsters will not move even when in active situations, looks like a good means of deep concealment and it may work in your situation.
Hope U find a good holster
CKL

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Post by whgraham » April 23rd, 2009, 3:38 pm

I would suggest a Clip-Draw.

http://www.clipdraw.com/

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Post by rottenrick » April 23rd, 2009, 5:40 pm

In the winter how about a 'Chesty Puller' rig.

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Post by hairypolack » April 24th, 2009, 9:25 am

whgraham wrote:I would suggest a Clip-Draw.

http://www.clipdraw.com/
nice, i will look into that!

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