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    I'm going to buy the Smart Carry for it's reason. Though I did come across a You Tuber who says there is a possibility of the weapon firing in the Smart Carry (OuCh ). Go to You Tube and search Smart Carry you shoul find it.

    Here's one for you guys and gals, ever heard of Kholster??? Click here to find out more. It seems like a nice alternative to Smart Carry and there are modifications you can do to it apperantly.

    I'm definitely purchasing a Smart Carry today, my only dilemma is should I buy two Kholsters (one for my XD 40 and one for my .38 special) OR one Kholster for my XD and a leg holster for my .38. CHOICES CHOICES CHOICES.....man I feel like my girl at a mall ha ha ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by ulfootball211 View Post
    how is the smart carry while sitting down?
    I heared it fairly comfortable if you have a compact gun. I wouldn't recommend it if you're using a 1911, Desert Eagle, or S&W 500. One issure I heard of while sitting down is drawing your weapon from that position.

    The key to this type of conceal carry is baggy clothing...and no, not clothing like what rappers wear but reagular baggy pants.
    "Be polite. Be professional. Be prepared to kill."
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    Quote Originally Posted by throughtheringer View Post
    Here's a tactical fanny pack that I like a lot
    The only thing is you just have to feel alright about wearing a fanny pack.
    I use a fanny pack a lot here in Texas when the weather gets hot. Wearing shorts and a t shirt that is just about the only way to carry unless you want to just carry a bug. Let me know how the quality is on this fanny pack. It is a lot cheaper than many so I might try one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by throughtheringer View Post
    Here's a tactical fanny pack that I like a lot
    The only thing is you just have to feel alright about wearing a fanny pack.
    It's too "tactical" looking for my usual modes of dress. Tan, Kakhi, OD, and Woodland Camo are not colors I typically wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by throughtheringer View Post
    Here's a tactical fanny pack that I like a lot
    The only thing is you just have to feel alright about wearing a fanny pack.

    That thing screams "GUN!" Something about ballistic nylon that is usually a dead giveaway.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ulfootball211 View Post
    how is the smart carry while sitting down?
    VERY comfortable!

    You will have to experiment with what is most comfortable; wearing it high or low. I found with a large hg like the XDM or 1911, I like to wear it high. Others swear the lower you wear the "Smartcarry" the more comfortable.

    I bought one for my XDM 40; but I use it for my 24/7 ProC and my Bersa. Charlie designed it for his 1911; so the "Smartcarry" was designed for comfort and concealment of a "Fullsize" handgun.

    As for those who are thinking about a Kholster, I would suggest a Crossbreed "Supertuck" instead.

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    I was looking at the kholster and the cross breed. They look pretty much the same to me, but the kholster is half the price. I am curious why you recommend the cross breed.

    BTW I also have a smart carry. I do use it, but with my tight jeans, I have not found it very comfortable. I am new to CCW and can't carry at work, so I haven't had much chance to get used to anything yet.

  9. Can you wear the Smart Carry at any position other than 12 oclock? I am looking for something that has some flexibility and that will allow the gun to be pointed down and away from any vital organs. It I see the pictures correctly, the barrel of the gun would be pointing at one of my most vital organs.

    Neal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neal View Post
    Can you wear the Smart Carry at any position other than 12 oclock? I am looking for something that has some flexibility and that will allow the gun to be pointed down and away from any vital organs. It I see the pictures correctly, the barrel of the gun would be pointing at one of my most vital organs.

    Neal
    Neal, The Smart Carry is like a very thin fanny pack that is worn inside your slacks. It is best worn low, well below the belt, so it is not pointing at the family jewls, but rather sitting on top like a cup. If you are a large man, you may be able to turn it to different positions, but I don't think it would be comfortable or practical.

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