So I am in Virginia over the weekend, helping the Trollop pick up an Urban Assault Vehicle, sold to her by MBtGE.
But that's neither here nor there.
The important part... Virginia... so I'm carrying. And it is cool enough to wear two shirts, on T, on button down cover shirt. So I am going IWB, with a Minotaur.
There are lots of things to get used to when you are unaccustomed to IWB carry.
Not least of which is: How do you re-holster after you draw.
Comp-Tec makes a rigid holster, so it's not like my belt is collapsing the holster.
Any tips on getting the dang thing back in there? I don't always have this problem finding the hole. (That's what SHE said...[hey! leave the wiener jokes to gun-control types!!]) I don't have a problem reholstering a paddle holster, worn outside the belt and usually at 9 o'clock, but IWB is 7 o'clock. I can re-insert the firearm Paddle Holsters upside down, in the dark, and half asleep. IWB I have to hunt for it, and when I find the spot it's still difficult.
Now, when it counts, you want just the VERY important part: the draw. And worry about putting it away when the danger is gone, but still, I'd like to know.
Remington Arms 1969 - I don't know how many of these men are still alive, but I'll bet most of the rifles and shotguns we see in this film are still operational. I grew up sho...
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