Are you new to appendix carry but having difficulty with printing? Or maybe you’ve been carrying in the appendix position and would like to tweak things a bit. Then give this video a watch as Sarah from PHLster holsters explains the ‘Poke and Check’ method.
She breaks it down so that it is easy to understand and is a simple technique. That’s what I love about PHLster. Not only do they put out well-thought-out and designed concealment holsters and products, but the content they put out is also easy to grasp.
I think the first video I watched was Jon explaining the ‘Keel Principal,’ which explains why carrying a gun with a longer slide is easier to conceal than a shorter one. And it made complete sense. That’s probably about the time when I switched from carrying my Springfield Armory Hellcat to a Glock 48 w/ S15 mags by Shield Arms. I’ll link that video below if you’d like to check that out as well.