For me the beauty of the smart carry is you really don't have to have it pointing at your junk when I do use mine I wear it so my gun is @ 4-5 o'clock on my hip like any other IWB holster. The grip barely sticking up above my belt line.
|A day late, and |
a dollar short
I can see your thinking there, and in some sections of town, in the midnight hours, it would be advisable.
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I got my Smart carry holster/bellyband and so far so good. I can wear loose basketball type shorts and it feels OK. My wife didn't even notice I was carrying today until I asked her if it was noticeable. She said it wasn't.
More than a few, less than others!
The BR Appendix holster looks great. My wife wants one for her new HK P30sk.
Good choice on a Smart Carry. I've been a fan for close to 10 years, and it is pretty much all I use these days.
O God, give me these boons
Never shall I shirk from doing good deeds
Never shall I fear when I go to fight the enemy
And with surety I shall attain victory - Guru Gobind Singh.
I have noticed that in all of the belly band, smart carry, kangaroo carry, ect. web sights none of the models have a belly. Well I do have a belly (yes I know who's fault that is). I have a belly band but I have never been able to wear it where my belly didn't get in the way. That is the band slipped up over my belly or slipped down to the point that the only way to access my gun would be to drop my pants. Not even a bad guy should be subjected to seeing that. I have come to the conclusion that a belly band is not for everyone.
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|Just because you can, |
doesn't mean you should
My belly holds the band, and gun, up where I can reach it.
Yeah, I wear my S&W snubby at about the 2 o'clock spot. That way when I sit it doesn't rub against Willy.
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