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    Default Comfortable Concealed Carry for warm weather drivers.

    Hey! Just a question for those who spend a lot of time behind the wheel, but where warm weather prevents wearing cover garments like vests or jackets, and dress codes prohibit untucked shirts. What works for you as far as a comfortable concealment holster?

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    j-frame in a pocket holster is the trick for me but a comfortable carry is a really personal thing in any weather. You about need to play holster roulette to find a winning combo for your pistol, body-type and carry-needs. I wish there was a better way.

    Most discussed for what you describe (after pocket holsters) are probably SmartCarry and Crossbreed Super Tuck holsters, neither of which suit me.
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    Hey! Just a question for those who spend a lot of time behind the wheel, but where warm weather prevents wearing cover garments like vests or jackets, and dress codes prohibit untucked shirts. What works for you as far as a comfortable concealment holster?
    Versacarry is what I use...............

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    One of the easiest holsters to switch places without too much trouble would be the Ramora. I have one and can pull it with the SR9c in it and put it on my weak side for cross draw in the car.

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    I wear a fanny-pack holster on road trips and pack my regular IWB holster for when I arrive.


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