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Play gun by John Swartz, on Flickr

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Same Glock 19. Been using a JM Custom Kydex AIWB with a MastermindTactics wedge.
 
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A Ruger LC9 with Ruger brand extended magazine
and Hogue grip sleeve.
I car it in an El Paso street combat out side the belt holster
 
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Winter carry = Glock 19 gen5

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I have my MACDANIEL II on order right now for my Dan Wesson Vigil commander. Can't wait to get it. Do you like yours?

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Dan Wesson 1911 CCO 45ACP, Spalted Brazilian Cherry grips in Andrews Leather McDaniel II holster.
Sig P238, Malle Burl grips in RKBA pocket holster.
Custom Large BG-42 Sebenza.



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Same as usual. Glock 19.

Experimenting again with the G-code Incog. Added a wedge. So far so good concealment wise. Just need to know how comfortable it will be long term.
 
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Same as usual. Glock 19.

Experimenting again with the G-code Incog. Added a wedge. So far so good concealment wise. Just need to know how comfortable it will be long term.


Nismo, I have not seen the wedge before, what does it do? Thanks.



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Same as usual. Glock 19.

Experimenting again with the G-code Incog. Added a wedge. So far so good concealment wise. Just need to know how comfortable it will be long term.


Nismo, I have not seen the wedge before, what does it do? Thanks.


Basically they are for appendix carry.
They push the muzzle end outward, which causes the grip to tuck into your body to help with concealment.
Sometimes you just want to add a little comfort and all you need is a flat foam pad (maybe a quarter inch thickness) to act as a cushion from the hard kydex holster from pressing against your body parts.

Here's an article explaining wedges, pads, claws, etc.
https://www.concealedcarry.com...perfect-holster-fit/

While still on topic, here's my most carried carry gun- G26 with a foam pad.
 
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My VMII is showing a bit of wear these days. Replaced the loops late last year as one was about to fail.

Carry Rig Load out by Brad Benzing, on Flickr


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My VMII is showing a bit of wear these days. Replaced the loops late last year as one was about to fail.

Carry Rig Load out by Brad Benzing, on Flickr


Holy utility belt, Batman!


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Thanks for the info, Nismo.



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Brad, my friend, if you are able to concealed carry that, you are indeed a super hero, sir Big Grin




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Dogs are gifts from God, full of love. Save a life, adopt!

…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

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Brad, my friend, if you are able to concealed carry that, you are indeed a super hero, sir Big Grin


I actually was at a township meeting one night and a local "activist" type was giving me crap about "where's your gun".


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My VMII is showing a bit of wear these days. Replaced the loops late last year as one was about to fail.




Nice challenge coin.
I think I have one or 2 of those as well.

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hehehehe...

Blind "activist" Razz




Frank

Dogs are gifts from God, full of love. Save a life, adopt!

…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

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Got my new Mcdaniel II form Andrews Leather today.
I likey!



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What's the deal with the fuzzy photobucket pictures and their advertising going through the middle of it?

I copied the url for the picture and it looks beautiful and there is no logo ....


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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What's the deal with the fuzzy photobucket pictures and their advertising going through the middle of it?

I copied the url for the picture and it looks beautiful and there is no logo ....


Unless you paid for their membership, it will look like that to the rest of us. It's gone to shit.
 
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I do the $2 a month membership but am going to cancel it ... thought I'd use it but I'm doing fine with Postimage.org ... and its free.
The only thing I really like about Photobucket is being able to copy the "img" tags.

It's really sad that even tho I am a paying member other users pic's in a thread still show up fuzzy for me. I'm done with them ... again.


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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