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Mushinto 05-01-2010 08:01 PM

Re: Full-sized autos for CCW.
I have seen several kydex IWBs with a single swivel loop that would be perfect. I have one made locally.

Ted Blocker makes one out of leather that would also be great for you. I have a couple of them too.

J.D. Langendorph 06-01-2010 10:07 AM

Re: Full-sized autos for CCW.
Uzi Mod. 45 Micro Machine Gun (It's semi-auto, not full-auto.) 25 rd. 9mm stick mag. And a canvas Israeli shoulder rig. I can carry it under what cowboys call a "duster." :shocked:

I've done it a couple times, just to prove it can be done.

bestseller92v2.0 04-23-2011 02:29 PM

Re: Full-sized autos for CCW.
Interesting reading thru this thread. A few observations.... The cavalry draw looks interesting. I'll probably stick to my regular IWB, though. I'm curious as to why NightSight carries FMJ in his G21. And yes, 1911s comment about the Raven was indeed a good LOL :). For what it's worth, I just got back from walking the dog, and my G26 (with 12 round factory mag) is still stuffed into my waistband (and yes, Mr. Burress, it IS. In a holster!).

stand watie 04-23-2011 02:42 PM

Re: Full-sized autos for CCW.
to all,

would someone PLEASE tell me what a "fullsize auto"
is. - is my much-loved Sig P6 considered "fullsize" or "compact"?
(obviously, compared to SOME pistols it's a "mini". - my old Steyr GB for one!)

yours, sw

guntotin_fool 04-23-2011 04:30 PM

Re: Full-sized autos for CCW.
I consider a full size to be a Govt 1911. I would suspect that any "duty" sized gun is considered full size. From a M 19 to a 5906 a G17 to a p220

CDM 06-07-2014 11:22 AM


Originally Posted by 2HOW (Post 510759)
I have been comfortable carrying my Gov. 1911 "appendex" style. It gives 2 important factors IMO no "bump" frisk and keeps the weapon in the power center of the body for great retention control with either hand. Of course this isnt for all body types.

Yes, "body type" is a factor with a Government 5" model 1911. I have a "athletic build" and I can carry a 5" IWB wearing a
[reasonably] snug T-shirt without any indication I have a gun on. If you have a "belly/fat issue" much looser clothing is
required to conceal.

If you use a quality belt and holster carrying a 5" is comfortable and easy; I like the 5" because with "maximum loads" you
get max-power and accuracy with less recoil, etc. AND if you choose to "smack" someone [I have] with your pistol a 5" 1911
is a great "slapper".

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