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Pocket Carry?

Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by druryj, Jan 1, 2020.

  1. druryj

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    And you’re right about that too. The J-Frame really lends itself well to pocket carry. The little things just slide right on out there slick as can be. Especially if you’re slouching around with your hands in your pocket already.


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    I have never carried my J frame at all. I've got an OWB holster, but never carry it. And, never even considered pocket carry with it!
     
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    How come?


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    Gasp!


    If I decide to get a PH for my P365, it will probably be this one. I mean, @bigred1 has one so it's gotta be good.
     
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    Well, it's a 3" so not ideal for pocket carry. I got it from a co-worker who is now deceased, so it kinda' has some special meaning. It's really just a 'beater' gun. I mean, it's in good shape, but it has not been babied to render it a 'collector's piece.' I should slip it into that belt holster and carry it now and then, but it's just so simple to drop the little Ruger into my pocket.
     
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    You got an inch too much for pocket carry. I get that a lot from my girlfriend.


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    If I decide to get a PH for my P365, it will probably be this one. I mean, @bigred1 has one so it's gotta be good.[/QUOTE]
    The Vedder PH for my P365 works good in any pocket. Front, back, or coat.
     
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    Speaking of holsters ... Monday will be six weeks since I ordered the 3-slot Phaetos for my PPS M2 from UBG!
     

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