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Asked and answered

Lissa asks about choosing a holster. Jay answers. One thing to keep in mind is that you shouldn’t have just one carry rig. I have different rigs depending on wardrobe. Some methods go well with khaki pants and some don’t, for instance. Also, kinda hard to strap on a full-sized 1911 in shorts and a T-shirt.

6 Responses to “Asked and answered”

  1. ka Says:

    Which makes the advice you hear to “carry the same gun in the same place all the time” very hard to follow. Might work for those who open carry, but if you want to conceal, you have to be creative.

  2. Sean Sorrentino Says:

    “kinda hard to strap on a full-sized 1911 in shorts and a T-shirt”

    why? does the muzzle irritate your bare leg?

  3. Wanda Says:

    If you open carry, you only need to worry that the color of the holster matches what you are wearing. 😉

  4. Firehand Says:

    It’s accessorizing, dammit! In a manl- er, gunny way!

  5. Lance Says:

    “kinda hard to strap on a full-sized 1911 in shorts and a T-shirt”

    Nah. I did this with a Yaqui Slide holster and never printed at all.

  6. hecate Says:

    “kinda hard to strap on a full-sized 1911 in shorts and a T-shirt”

    Not with a SmartCarry. Plus reloads.