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    Blackhawk Serpa Level 2

    Just was curious for those that use the blackhawk serpa as a concealed carry method..... Where do you carry at (3 oclock)? And what is the easiest way to conceal it best?

    Thanks for the suggestions

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  3. I have one for my Glock 26 and usually carry at the 3, 4, 5 and for long drives carry at the 10,11 as a cross draw. When I have it at the 3,4,5 I keep the holster straight rather than angling it but that is a personal preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkeil961 View Post
    Just was curious for those that use the blackhawk serpa as a concealed carry method..... Where do you carry at (3 oclock)? And what is the easiest way to conceal it best?

    Thanks for the suggestions
    You don't. It's a great holster I'm wearing mine now but as far as concealment not during the hot months.

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    I have the same Holsters for right hand for my Glock 17, 19, 26, and for a 1911. I also have a lefty model for the Glock 26. I like them for conceal in the cooler to cold months when wearing a jacket long enough to cover it. I usually use them for open carry. The right hand models are usually at 3:30 and the lefty is 8:30 or at 2 for cross draw. (I'm ambidextrous). I've had no problems with mine. I use most of them with the belt loops. The Glock 26 right hand holster has the paddle on it right now as it is currently my late night grab and go gun.

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    Blackhawk Serpa

    Quote Originally Posted by gkeil961 View Post
    Just was curious for those that use the blackhawk serpa as a concealed carry method..... Where do you carry at (3 oclock)? And what is the easiest way to conceal it best?

    Thanks for the suggestions
    I have a Blackhawk Serpa holster. It is a GREAT holster, but I have to agree with ramrunnr and snatale42 in that it isn't a holster that works very well for concealment.

    I use mine at home for open carry, and I wear it at the 3:00 position.

  7. Well I have 1 for my XD and Taurus 845 and love it. I guess it is because I am larger than most, and usually a t-shirt kind of guy I don't have that much trouble concealing it. 3 o'clock and a double mag holster for the other side to even out the bulges. If your looking for the deep concealment the Crossbreed is the way to go. In TN. it is open or concealed so I really don't worry much about it showing as I get out of the truck or something.

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