Another day another video I’m posting from PHLster Holsters. In this video, they explain three different deep concealment drawing techniques. For today, we are talking about when you are carrying a gun in the appendix carry position below the waistline. Obviously, this doesn’t apply to pocket carry or ankle carry, which is also considered deep concealment. We’ve done a few articles about deep concealment, one of which I’ll link to below.
This video is also referring to techniques when using their PHLster Enigma holster system. If you don’t know what that is by now, then you need to go check it out. I’d say I carry concealed with my Enigma more than a regular kydex holster at this point. But I would assume these techniques can also apply to those of you that use belly bands as well.
And if you do carry using a belly band, I would HIGHLY recommend checking out the Enigma. I went for a 30-minute run this morning wearing a Glock 48 in the Enigma. Not once did I have to adjust anything. It was comfortable, and honestly, I didn’t think about it much during the whole run. Trust me. You won’t be disappointed.