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    hi , I have to attend a fundraiser tomoorw night , what is the recommended way to carry my old reliable Colt detective Special ?? I way have to remove my jacket , many thanks rooster

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster View Post
    hi , I have to attend a fundraiser tomoorw night , what is the recommended way to carry my old reliable Colt detective Special ?? I way have to remove my jacket , many thanks rooster

    Many factors come into play. What permit(s)/license(s) do you hold, the state you are in, type of fundraiser, etc.

    If you post more information, some of us may be able to give you some good suggestions.



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    +1 with GF.

    I would use a concealment shirt. Worked at the last wedding I went to that I wore a jacket to. Kept the buttons of my dress shirt open and covered that with a tie. You could use a tie tack to keep that from moving. My .$02
    Andrew

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    howdy boys , well I current have my CCW in NY , with the new laws that way disappear , the funraiser for a town judge and know what pistol to wear with my charcole pin strip, decesions, decesion rooster

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster View Post
    howdy boys , well I current have my CCW in NY , with the new laws that way disappear , the funraiser for a town judge and know what pistol to wear with my charcole pin strip, decesions, decesion rooster

    Since you're in NY, you may want to take extra care in concealing. In your case, "Smart Carry" may be a good choice.



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