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Conceal 1911?

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by RickN, Apr 11, 2021.

  1. retrieverman

    retrieverman Sharpshooter

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    I carry IWB, because outside the waist band holsters drag my pants down. I can tighten my belt up, but that’s more uncomfortable than just carrying IWB.
     
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    okierider Moderator Staff Member

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    I carry a commander OWB leather 1791 that the strap allows cocked and locked. Comfort has not been an issue at 3 O'clock. The $60 EDC Kore belt makes it even better.
     
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  3. RickN

    RickN Sharpshooter

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    OK I got enough guys buying stuff to order the DeSantis while it was still on sale and a 10rd MecGar mag. So I am set once everything arrives. Thanks guys. Now I will not feel naked when I go out, or feel like I can not trust my weapon.

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    At least they didn’t go up as much as CMP 1911s from a little before that time.
     
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  5. RickN

    RickN Sharpshooter

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    Yea I saw used real stag horn for $130 to $600! I love the look and feel of real stag grips but there is no way I will ever pay that much for grips. I could win one of those billion dollar lottos and my cheap a$$ still would not spend that much on grips.
     
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  6. RickN

    RickN Sharpshooter

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    Thanks to you guys soon I no longer feel naked when out and about. I ordered some belt loops for my pistol belt and as soon as they come in I am all set. Decided to stay with the factory grips since I spent the money I raised for this project and some I am waiting for. Looks good and feels comfortable. I made need a louder shirt or two to help break up any printing or just may wear a loud T under it so people focus on reading the T.

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  7. DavidMcMillan

    DavidMcMillan Enjoy your life!

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    Looks good Rick!
     
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  8. bigred1

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    @RickN nice looking rig.....
     
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    milt sparks VM2 for in the waistband but my favorite is the Milt Sparks 55BN under the shirt tail. i also use a milt sparks belt but am in the process of trying another brand that should be stiffer. we shall see
     
  10. mightymouse

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    Yep. I'm a big fan of Milt Sparks gun leather. SSII is a classic, and the Versa Max II is the best thing going.
     

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