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There's no discharge in the war!

File: 93eadf0d1d34255⋯.jpg (173.38 KB, 800x710, 80:71, Beer Belly Style Conceal C….jpg)

bb6c74  No.629508

Hey /k/, what style do you guys usually conceal carry with?

43f04a  No.629513

File: 8f79187551334a8⋯.png (941 B, 187x101, 187:101, smug_schweitzer.png)

>he has to conceal-carry his weapons because he doesn't live in an open carry state

bb6c74  No.629514

File: a2164e31c68d21d⋯.png (111.03 KB, 516x471, 172:157, 1409924096989.png)

e229b8  No.629520


>not concealing your gun anyways

>not being smug at anyone trying to start shit because you know you could smoke end them before they even realized that you were armed all along

>not feeling steel against your hip all the time

>not occasionally groping your gun through the shirt while nobody is looking

Gay tbh.

bb6c74  No.629523

File: 4da4e8e4780f9e1⋯.jpg (6.47 KB, 217x232, 217:232, 1409413765816.jpg)


>not feeling steel against your hip all the time

That'd suck fuck for those like >>626835 who're allergic to metal.

6debe0  No.629525

File: ef63fb2a1518eab⋯.jpg (100.37 KB, 1181x897, 1181:897, 1420376338736.jpg)


>not conceal-carrying and open carrying at the same time

233fde  No.629526


Vivian, send feet pics

bb6c74  No.629528

File: aad63305146e977⋯.jpg (52.01 KB, 600x701, 600:701, aad.jpg)

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e229b8  No.629529


There has to be a way to weaponize wood or ceramics.

233fde  No.629530

File: 3e4d03002feec4b⋯.jpg (35.65 KB, 512x423, 512:423, 1463630763423-k.jpg)

bb6c74  No.629531

File: 0e0b1a3adabbfd9⋯.png (175.88 KB, 737x775, 737:775, Nailed_Baseball_Bat.png)


>way to weaponize wood


Seriously though, what style of conceal carry you /k/unts use?

6debe0  No.629533


I pocket carry in the summer and in the winter I have a full size pistol inside the waistband at around the 4 o'clock position I still pocket carry then too

82fd77  No.629600

I always have a gun in my strong-side front pocket. I find it to be the fastest way to draw from concealed because I can "cheat" my draw inconspicuously; in other words, if I spot a potential threat before it's an immediate threat, I can put my hand in my pocket, get a full combat grip on the weapon, and then if I end up having to draw I can get a shot off in 0.3 seconds or less.

If anyone cares:

summer - LCP II in the pocket

winter - Glock 43 in the pocket

all the time - CZ Phantom on weak-side hip (open carry)

b99e13  No.629602

I cc a 92s all year

60f39a  No.629625


Germany I am disappointed in you.

6debe0  No.629631

File: 93c156fe394fcb7⋯.jpg (177.59 KB, 2426x1194, 1213:597, k98-mauser-4.jpg)

File: ea0dbe0edc7b221⋯.jpg (65.4 KB, 900x721, 900:721, Ceramic-Knife-Dolphin-Seri….jpg)


>There has to be a way to weaponize wood or ceramics.

It's like you're not even trying

e3670c  No.629700


Nice belly OP

On topic I wear my SP101 in a Tagua 4-in-1 holster that I've removed the metal clip and the leather clip cover from and just keep at the 4-ish o'clock position on my belt. I wear a shirt over it. That's about it.

b0ad44  No.629717

don't carry 'cause my state doesn't have constitutional carry and I don't wanna get finger printed and all that bullshit, so fucking gay. 90% of the places I leave the house to go to don't allow carrying anyway

afaik appendix is superior but >>629600 makes a strong argument for pocket

e229b8  No.629722


>metal spikes

I mean a firearm made from wood or ceramics or a different non-allergenic material. Do you not want everyone to feel the power of the /k/ube?


Ceramic knives are shit though. They are too hard and the blade will chip away slowly.

Also: that Mauser is 80% in mass steel, not wood.

6debe0  No.629727


>Do you not want everyone to feel the power of the /k/ube?

They can man the artillery then.

>that Mauser is 80% in mass steel, not wood

Would you rather they use a shillelagh?

bb6c74  No.629757

File: 2d2b35bc751bb25⋯.jpg (257.92 KB, 2000x2000, 1:1, BOOM a Rang.jpg)


>weaponize wood

38156c  No.629773

I carry at 4-o'clock position IWB. I used to open carry but I didn't like the idea of everyone knowing I have it on me. I live in an open carry state and it just became bothersome.

I was supposed to get paperwork/fingerprinted to conceal carry but fuck that. I just tuck it in there and make sure it doesn't print. Carry a full sized pistol that way year round and have been doing it for years now without issue. I figure if I ever have to use it and it comes up that I was "illegally" carrying my legal pistol in an open carry state it'll just be a good chance to challenge the law. I value my life over some retarded libs opinion that supports the niggers being able to carry illegal firearms.

e229b8  No.629778


I would rather ram a metal rod up your ass and see your guts dissolve because of your stupid metal allergy.


That filename made me think.

>attach impact fuse and HE charge

>light fuse




38156c  No.629780


I forgot to mention: get a proper holster. I carried without one for awhile and it doesn't work. Don't be the idiot that lets a loaded pistol slide down your pants leg. Sometimes (very rarely) I'll forego the holster but only to quick trips to the store or something. If I'm doing that I carry at 1-2 o-clock.

I also wear a light overshirt over my t-shirt in the summer to help conceal it better. I'm accustomed to this because I'm both cold natured and have used a long sleeve shirt to avoid sunburn most of my life while tending my farm. Typically I'm on my own land where the laws don't even matter and I try to limit my time off my land as much as possible. In the winter I'm always wearing a heavy coat and/or hoodie that hides it well enough and prevents printing.

I also cross state lines with it and generally take it anyway including "no gun" zones. I'm not walking into a fish in a barrel zone unless I'm armed. The only place I refuse to enter with it is the local court house but only because they have metal detectors.

6debe0  No.629805


Too bad for you I don't have any allergies.

e229b8  No.629811


Too bad for you I am still going to shove it up there.

cdfba7  No.629824

Nice try, fed goon. No data mining for you today.

c160ab  No.629870



Pocket carry because it's too damn hot in the American south to wear clothes that keep you from printing while carrying IWB. Even if you find a good way to carry IWB, your gun is going to be exposed to an epic amount of sweat. I've seen a few of my friend's guns start to show signs of corrosion after being carried for just 1 week without being cleaned.

I don't think this opinion is too controversial but I genuinely consider the Ruger LCP/LCP II to be the most revolutionary firearm to reach the market in decades. While you can argue that Ruger merely ripped off Kel-Tec's P-3AT, Ruger added a combination of increased quality and reduced cost that allowed a very clever design to revolutionize the concept of self defense in America. I'm not saying that out of hyperbole either and for one major reason, the LCP/LCP II are the #1 firearm in terms of sales in the US to the tune of over a million units sold each year.

The LCP typically goes for $170 and providds its owner with "good enough" firepower (380 is the bare minimun for reliable lethality and 6+1 rounds is enough to walk away from any real world engagement with your life) in a package that carries and conceals as easily as a wallet so the owner has no excuse for not carrying it every day. While the mechanical design of the gun itself isn't anything special aside from how optimised it is for mass production (thus the ultra low price), the revolutionary aspect is the fact that it has found its way into millions of pockets and purses across the country and across every sort of demographic (it fits small hands and doesn't kick like a mule so women and the elderly love it, it's the cheapest handgun next to the High Point so literally anyone can buy one, and it is just so concealable that even richfags want them.

It's not the greatest gun in the world but the impact it has had on expanding the adoption of regularly carrying a concealed firearm is a game changer. None of the women I know would have ever carried on a regular basis if it wasn't for someone talking them into getting an LCP which costs less than some shoes they own. Roughly half of the guys I know wouldn't be carrying every time they go out in public if it wasn't for the ease with which their LCP slips into their pocket either and a CCW permit means nothing if you ever get in a self defense situation with no means of defense.

870f7f  No.629886


>Pocket carry because it's too damn hot in the American south to wear clothes that keep you from printing while carrying IWB. Even if you find a good way to carry IWB, your gun is going to be exposed to an epic amount of sweat. I've seen a few of my friend's guns start to show signs of corrosion after being carried for just 1 week without being cleaned.

I live in the deep south and I haven't had a problem with IWB year round with a proper holster. But as I said before I'm cold natured and 110F+ doesn't bother me. I've also had no issues with sweat degrading the finish on my gun between cleanings but I do wipe it down fairly often. I have gone many months between doing that though. In my holster my full sized pistol doesn't even touch my skin and I'm sure little sweat actually gets on it. I also carry it while doing manual labor in the fields/sun all day so if there were going to be problems I'm sure they would have happened by now.

I don't disagree with your other points nor this one really. Just wanted to point out that this isn't an issue for everyone. I realize I'm not normal either. Most people around here, even locals, seem to not hold up in the heat/humidity as well as I do. The downside is I can't tolerate the cold at all. The current weather is mild and I'm already hating it.

870f7f  No.629887


Fuck, sorry for double posting again. Just wanted to add that if you're worried about the sweat you can wear a wife beater to put something between the holster/gun and your skin if you're really worried about this. A wife beater + light long sleeve shirt shouldn't be a problem in the heat here if you're a local. I often go with that or even three layers (t-shirt) in the summer. Again, I realize I'm not normal but this is pretty standard for most farmers in the South. Most people that work fields here opt for long sleeves because you need protection from various things like hay/straw/bryers while working the fields. It also keeps the sun from burning you alive. Hell I often wear gloves and a wide hat too while working in the fields during the summer. Works a lot better than sunscreen.

96afe2  No.629891

a3c01f  No.629899

Stomach is flat so I carry in front at 1 or 11 o'clock IWB, I use a belly band when doing something more physical.

Never print, especially with any shirt that drapes.

Not worried about blasting off anything because my DA/SA has a manual safety.

I can open carry but I don't want a soccer mom encounter or the loss of the element of surprise.

82fd77  No.629945


I should also mention that although pocket carry makes for a very fast draw, that's ONLY if you spot the threat ahead of time and get your hand on the weapon before you need to. If I didn't have very good situational awareness, or if I regularly walked through a bad neighborhood where someone might jump me with zero warning, I'd carry appendix.

Appendix is faster than pocket in such a case, and in fact pocket carry has a higher rate of snags/botched draws (for me at least) and ends up slower than other IWB options. Appendix is probably the best all-round option when you can't open carry.

HOWEVER, and I apologize for the lengthy post, if I were walking around in a bad neighborhood or something, I could just as easily keep my hand in my pocket in the full combat grip the entire time without drawing any suspicion.

82fd77  No.629948


>loss of the element of surprise

I hear this reasoning a lot from people who prefer not to open carry. I used to feel the same way, but then I started open carrying just to see what it was like. Turns out, almost nobody notices I have a gun on me.

Also, if a criminal were deciding whether to attack me, the visible gun could either be a deterrent or make me a target depending on, I think, how I present myself and my body language. I present myself as someone who is aware of his surroundings. I walk confidently, don't distract myself with my cell phone, etc. Bad guys choose easy victims.

>soccer mom encounter

This happens every once in a while, and it's annoying as hell. Those conversations usually end with "Ma'am, I apologize if my firearm makes you uncomfortable. However, it is not against the law for me to carry it openly. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to continue shopping/walking/whatever." Upon the threat of "I'm calling the police!" I usually say, "While you have them on the phone, ask them if I'm breaking the law." Any resulting police encounters have not given me any trouble. In one case, I actually called the non-emergency number for the local police and told them, "Hey, just a heads-up: the lady that just called you about a man with a gun at [wherever] simply doesn't know that open carrying is legal. Is it possible to have someone call her back and explain the law to her so we don't have to waste your officer's time or my own?"

bb6c74  No.629979

File: 22a0099de1d42a1⋯.png (21.44 KB, 263x200, 263:200, 1409761510776.png)


>just became bothersome.

What's so bothersome about everyone looking up to you with respect that got a big iron on your hip? You just need some high boots with spurs and raggedy jeans and you're set.


Here's your (you), newfag.


>soccer mom

I've too much of an anger problem so I CC to avoid them.

55eddf  No.630111

File: 3ebac1d5e7c80b0⋯.jpg (158.32 KB, 800x533, 800:533, M24_Stielhandgranate_Wehrm….jpg)


>That filename made me think.

Anon we did that already.

a7c386  No.630160



Get out, 4cuck refugee.


927246  No.630205

File: 62cac24f7a3e0a6⋯.png (2.04 MB, 1235x1400, 247:280, Doh.png)


>comes back

c7e33f  No.630216

File: d10786e486fda25⋯.jpg (29.08 KB, 282x539, 282:539, 1521940207764.jpg)


>everyone who came here from 4chan needs to leave!

So who exactly gets to stay? Redditors like you?

The original population of this site was mostly 4chan refugees.

46091a  No.630226


>let me in

You had one chance to come here, and you missed it. You can't be here. You've changed.

c7e33f  No.630228


>one chance

If you seriously think everyone who came here in 2014 is incurably tainted compared to 2013 arrivals, and needs to leave, you may as well just close the browser window now and be done with it because there wouldn't be a site left.

fd7d90  No.630241

b05960  No.630277


>What's so bothersome about everyone looking up to you with respect that got a big iron on your hip?

I don't want to waste time everyday because some soccer mom reported "man with a gun". I also get tired of mall ninjas wanting to chat about their love of firearms. I just want to be left the fuck alone while also being able to defend myself so I prefer CC. If you want to OC and make posts on that retarded OC forum about every time you leave the house with the gun be my guest.

d2f909  No.630781

File: 18572bc2c011dd7⋯.jpg (77.55 KB, 478x487, 478:487, Back to cuckchan.jpg)

583249  No.630782

File: 6baead502c2e310⋯.jpg (266.44 KB, 1200x994, 600:497, sixth.jpg)


>not carrying a gun on each hip openly, one concealed at the appendix, one concealed at the small of the back, one concealed mid-back via neckstrap, one concealed in each boot, and a derringer in your rectum

345d85  No.630792

File: c92eab413f24e63⋯.jpg (153.34 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, 1542264052.jpg)



I don't know if there's any statistical data to back up whether or not open carry makes victimization more or less likely, but anti-gun faggots using the police to harass open carriers are the biggest reason to concealed carry instead (especially selfish of those people when some departments require an in-person response to every call). Inconvenience isn't even the heart of it. Some people may endanger you by calling 911 with deliberately false information.



Some other reasons: If you have a CC permit but choose to OC instead, you may lose the CC permit, especially if the aforementioned calls happen. You're going to end up doing CC anyway if you choose to ignore the no-gun signs that some places have posted, and you should be consistent in how you choose to carry.

The only people who will be impressed are other open carriers. Not worth it IMO.

82fd77  No.630801


It also depends on the area in which you live. I'm in rural Pennsylvania… I just don't run into hardcore anti-gunners that often. A soccer mom here or there, sure, but the cops around here are on our side. (side note: PA police in general are actually scumbags, but they know the gun laws and will not hassle you at all as long as you're not one of those I KNOW MY RIGHTS AM I BEING DETAINED idiots.)

I don't OC to impress anybody, and I'm not one of those open carry elitist faggots who goes on and on about muh reaction time and whatnot. It just works well for me, hasn't caused me any major problems, and I lean toward the "OC is a deterrent" argument rather than "OC makes me a target" in my particular circumstances.


This is a good point, and it's something I gave a lot of thought to when I started carrying the way I do. Turns out, since I OC 95+% of the time, the few times I CAN'T OC I'm hyper-aware of the fact that my gun is missing. This hyper-awareness switches me into the mode where I grab for my pocket gun first.

OC is definitely not for everyone, and that's fine. In the end, it's all about what works for you. I'm not really trying to argue for or against it.

6ea0f3  No.630866


>The original population of this site was mostly 4chan refugees

Yeah, back in 2013. If you're the type of person who continued to use 4cuck until this year, then you should stay there.

333bd8  No.630885


Nobody said anything about staying until this year. The image with the clover, which started all this, has a timestamp from September 2014, right around the time of the GG exodus.

6325ca  No.630907

File: 34e9d96460cf82f⋯.jpg (56.51 KB, 525x522, 175:174, 1468797018098.jpg)


>not OCing a rifle strapped over your shoulders dangling in front of your hips

>not OCing a handgun in your righthand holster

>not OCing an assortment of homemade handgrenades over your chest

>not OCing a sabre at your lefthand sheath

>not OCing a bayonet ready to be affixed on your rifle or handgun over your right pant sleeve

Ready for shopping.

ccdb40  No.631805

File: b83794660db9ea1⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 130.35 KB, 675x450, 3:2, flag.png)


PAfags unite!

True about PA police, I haven't had a real problem with them (yet) but I'm nowhere near Philly either. As I said in the other thread, OC is good for normalizing guns, and that's going to be a huge boon for the gun community.


The idea being that if people are more aware of faggot-free OC in their day to day lives, it becomes cultural. OC has its advantages and disadvantages but overall I encourage it for normalizing the conversation. No minds are changed online ever, but conversation in person about guns, taking people to the range, that helps.

also, if you're not on the Zeemaps >>>/k/510496 or the PA honeypot get on there so networking can continue

82fd77  No.632208


I actually did get pulled over in Philly with a gun in my car. I gave him the old "before we speak further, I just wanted you to be aware that I have a licence to carry firearms and I have a loaded handgun in a holster under my passenger seat. I can step out of the car if that would make you more comfortable." He pretty much said "no, that's fine" and didn't mention it again. I handed him my LTCF with my driver's license. Several friends have had trouble with Philly cops acting super aggressive with them while CCing though, but they're the douchey "I KNOW MY RIGHTS! AM I BEING DETAINED?" type who think that rights are like muscles and will atrophy without "exercise."

598fa3  No.632212


>open carry

>cops instantly harass you

Don't pretend that we don't live in a police state.

cfeaf2  No.632213

File: b5e10c2678aa1fe⋯.png (730.71 KB, 900x644, 225:161, ClipboardImage.png)

>not using a pen gun

they'll never see it coming

ae5f0d  No.632227

59d5a7  No.632346

Usually either pocket strong side, or OWB strong side and pocket weak side. Used to carry AIWB regularly, but anymore I'm either in a non-permissive environment (Hence the pocket only carry), or a rural area where mixed OWB concealed/open carry isn't a big deal.

a8f39f  No.639932

File: fa58a4eb2c3c753⋯.png (366.56 KB, 528x397, 528:397, Glock with forward-mounted….png)

Is it harder to carry a pistol concealed with a red dot if said red dot is mounted on the front, like in pic related? And does it impact how it's aimed in any way? I don't imagine that it would cause any problems, but I'm not in a position to actually test it.

a1fc2b  No.639935

Right hand crossdraw. I spend a shit ton of time driving and it's second easiest for me to draw from that position when seated, first being shoulder holster but everyone makes fun of you.

0b6113  No.639953

Never CC'd before. What should I do or keep in mind to do it?

966e9a  No.640022


If you have a job where you have to wear an outer garment of any kind a shoulder holster is really the way to go.

Of course it has to be a proper one (downward pointing not the retarded rear pointing ones).

The fact that you can perfectly hide a full size gun with a small red dot and draw from every position is worth the snide IMHO…

76d358  No.640023

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

1c924a  No.640050

Right hand appendix.


Probably, plus I'm not too confident with that way of mounting an optic on a glock.


Paul Harrell is a Chad, he actually wasted a faggot couple of years ago in the defense of his wife.

76d358  No.640051


Hands down the best gun specialist on youtube. Whenever he says something is about to get boring because he's just going to talk, you know shit's gonna get real good.

1c924a  No.640052


Very well spoken, very knowledgeable, his dry humor and the dry delivery of those jokes are always great. No tacticool fluff, just straight up information and tests. I'd agree that he's up there with being the best gun channels.

76d358  No.640073


I wonder what he'd think about SB501. Since he's from Oregon (or was, according to his plaques) We should ask him to make a video about it.

76d358  No.640075


Then again, he might not want to make anything related to politics on his channel at all, for good reason. But maybe since it's his state he'd make an exception.

2c2aba  No.640077

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


He does occasionally mention it; see about 5:31.

1c924a  No.640078


He's in Washington now if I remember correctly.

7f5371  No.640742


Weaponized wood is called rape.

58ce77  No.640824

eb19a5  No.640846

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


Don't do it. Just get a trex arms holster, or a raven concealment, or find a local kydex maker and keep your money local.

1c924a  No.640847

File: 7b097af70b893aa⋯.png (182.69 KB, 363x375, 121:125, 7b097af70b893aa0ba0218b268….png)


Just get a kydex holster

8e483a  No.647322

Depends on the gun, if i'm carrying my 4 inch .38, i'll carry it left side in a tanker holster under a shirt. If it's my 1911 it's right side out the waste band. usually directly above the pocket.

5c5a78  No.647350

I carry a 4 inch barrel K frame S&W on some occasions, but mostly a 6 inch barrel N frame or my 1911. I also always wear suits and coats when I can, or a large shirt if I have to in work clothes. 1911 goes in a shoulder rig with two magazines, my revolvers in a standard service right on the right side on a belt. I don't worry too much about printing, I live in a rural area that is extremely pro gun and as mentioned, wear heavy clothes that conceal even big pieces.

For the greater risk of printing I enjoy greater comfort, ease of access, quick and smooth draw. I probably won't be attacked here, almost no crime, but I have the best setup you can have. I have seen people try IWB and not carry because its uncomfortable, or change positions. I know most people dont' dress formal on most occasions and have to make due, but luckily I don't have to.

Also, you get a good, constant lesson in why 4 inch barrels on revolvers replaced 5.5 inch standard service barrels on patrol and service guns. Whenever you get into a car with a service rig, the 4 inch revolvers are smooth entry and exit, the 6 inch barrels are just long enough to give you trouble. A lot of the wear on my M27, if not most, is when the holster gets jostled getting in and out of cars quickly.

36b589  No.647362


I think he takes to long to get to the point and his body armor one was kinda dumb but from what I saw was he only tested Kevlar and not hard plates inserts body armor.

72e943  No.647376

Glawk 26, 17 or 45 AIWB.

decent belt and holster make it simple

8e483a  No.647379


>decent belt

this is probably the most important component of carrying.(besides the gun of course) shitty holsters can work fine provided they're safe to use, but a shitty belt just makes everything suck.

steel core or bust baby.

883ed4  No.647384

I’m a IWB guy, 1 or 2 o clock depending on the pants I’m wearing. Pretty far north so for most of the year wearing bulky clothes

36b589  No.647394


What makes a good belt?

8e483a  No.647464


Rigidity. a belt designed for use with a gun won't develop a nasty sag or stretch. some do it using nylon, (the crossbreed belts are this way iirc) some use a steel core. like the bigfoot belts. Some just make the belt thicker than a babies arm.

80bb3f  No.647472

I want to CC my Makarov (it's the only pistol I own at the moment) but I need a holster. What are some good brands to look into?

923777  No.647478


That's not how it works. Police where I live have a easier time dealing with open carry as opposed to conceal carry.

Unless you're a seedy looking nigger who constantly gropes every surface.

44e44c  No.647482

Any holster recommendations for CZ75 SP01 phantom? Mine sucks so I end up open carrying most of the time.

0fc847  No.647485


Crossbreed IWB.

44e44c  No.647486


Thanks Strelok, I'll look in to it.

0520c2  No.648303


I tuck pic related 3 oclock (strong hand), canted so that the hammer winds up at 2:30 and the muzzle winds up at 4, entire pistol grip exposed and canted away from my body enough to grab it without getting snagged up. And 3 mags (60 rounds) in my off hand pocket. You should see the size of my dick.

0520c2  No.648304




I had a bitch of a time finding a decent holster so I went to hobby lobby and bought some leather and slapped together a holster exactly how I wanted it. It looks like frankenstein shat it out but its pretty fucking perfect. and it cost me like $20 worth of leather scraps and such.

b03a95  No.648362


Clinger holsters has some pretty good ones and they give you two weeks to test it out.

e33baa  No.648363

Glock G-20 in a fanny pack. It's a long story.

6ab19f  No.648637


I'm kind of overweight, basically like OP. I use a belly band for my M&P Shield 9mm. Two extra mags in a jacket pocket.

Super comfortable, low profile, and I can wear nice dress shirts over it with no problem.

1c924a  No.648974


We got time

66af54  No.649429

I carry with the barrel pointed at my balls

68eb13  No.649480

File: 58ba76d2bbe713c⋯.jpg (43.08 KB, 335x345, 67:69, 58ba76d2bbe713cff53e40e8a7….jpg)




d2ebff  No.649514


I mean come on son, if you're relaxing around blacks it's your own fault.

a3c162  No.649534

File: ab4ca2ca18bd799⋯.png (25.8 KB, 128x128, 1:1, alright.png)


>open carry

>nigger sees it

>doesn't attack you

>goes on to attack defenseless people instead and lives on to breed more niglets

>more niggers in the world

>concealed carry

>nigger doesn't see it

>attacks you

>casus belli

>whip our your ghetto blaster and dab on him

>threat ended permanently, can't go on to breed either

>less niggers in the world

02de19  No.651156

File: f776334ac027de7⋯.jpg (4.24 MB, 4032x2268, 16:9, EDC glawk.jpg)

R8 plz

Spare mag holder not pictured.

cb5116  No.655612

Bought a shoulder holster from Galco recently. I figured it would be the most comfortable option since my job requires a lot of sitting and I regularly wear a jacket in all seasons so it would conceal nicely. I've already got it fitted and it's remarkably comfy. What's your opinion on shoulder holsters /k/?

8e483a  No.655615


>What's your opinion on shoulder holsters /k/?

They're fine if you get a good one. Personally my favorite method since it works in all weather with most outfits. However, don't be that asshole who muzzle flags everyone at all times by using one of the holsters that points rearward.

f358fe  No.655687


Nice, looks kind of bulky, how does it conceal?

8b09f8  No.655734

File: 8ef4392375a3192⋯.jpg (23.56 KB, 410x410, 1:1, ruger lcp II.jpg)

I bought my first gun today. I'm waiting on everything to clear before I can bring it home. It's a Ruger LCP II. I don't know much about guns, so can y'all tell me if it's a good one to keep in my desk drawer/glove box in my car?

53e24a  No.655740


Just as well as any Glock 19 can. I carry at 4 o'clock with a larger sized shirt than I wear and haven't had any issues so far

ecc2d0  No.655755

File: 0a1762e741b1f87⋯.png (182.15 KB, 370x480, 37:48, 9c96e149f28c66e743aec10fa8….png)


FYI the thread you were looking for is here, newfriend: >>546766

Though I can understand the confusion.

48604d  No.655800


I thought that was his ass qhen I saw it from the catalog

3a77f7  No.656200


>Hey /k/, what style do you guys usually conceal carry with?

Clearly the answer is that it depends on what you are wearing, and what firearm you are carrying.

72e943  No.656206


Generally well made, but keep it oiled. Saw one of those lock up at the range.

Reminder to practice with it so you're comfortable using it.

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