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  • ag1052

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    Anyone use a belly band style holster? Any thought on it? Id like something concealed but dont want the hooks to show when if I have to wear something tucked in and also need something for when Im not wearing a belt.
     

    TXDARKHORSE361

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    I've got one of the bulldog brand belly wrap holsters and it has a purpose. Originally bought it for when I went jogging (doesn't happen much these days) but it bounced around too much with my carry pistol. I mainly use it when I dress up and go out with a tucked in button up shirt, good thing is I can carry just about any gun I want in it.
     

    hellishhorses

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    Best one I've seen, but haven't used it:
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    dustycorgill

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    I have been looking at some "belly band" options as well. I carry in the waist band now, but tucking in a shirt when I need to is still a little hard to tuck without noticing my G30. This seems like it would be easier to conceal in a tucked in shirt situation.
     

    tango5seven

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    Since i am too cheap to buy one I just use the back support belt provided by work.

    I clip my crappy bulldog holster to the top. Carries it a little high for my liking but it does work.


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    dustycorgill

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    Since i am too cheap to buy one I just use the back support belt provided by work.

    I clip my crappy bulldog holster to the top. Carries it a little high for my liking but it does work.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk when i should have been doing something useful

    Interesting concept, and looks to be way cheaper, lol. Aint nothin wrong with that.
     

    ag1052

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    I've been thinking about getting crossbreeds version. I'm a lefty and I kinda like the idea of being able to reposition the gun without taking off the whole band.
     

    BG1960

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    I got a generic belly band off eBay a couple years ago. It's 6" wide unlike a lot of them. I have carried everything from a full size 1911 to a P238 in it. Not crazy about the sweat gettin' on my weapons, but it's damned handy when I want to wear shorts & a T. Also makes a great place to stuff your wallet & phone, I hate having crap in my pockets.
     

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