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Thread: Wife says I should wear tighter clothes...now what?

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    It's cheaper than a vasectomy, I mean choking your man dangles to stop them from tingling is your own endeavor and priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munch520 View Post
    I just pee all over the gun. The smell of burning urine when I shoot asserts my dominance.


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    Alright, I lol'ed at that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMarine View Post
    You can get away with either a tight shirt, or tight jeans, but not both at the same time.

    Tight shirt, j-frame or small pistol in pocket holster, loose jeans.

    Tight jeans/shorts, loose untucked shirt to conceal OWB.

    Tight pants with tight shirt looks too gay anyways, and draws unwanted looks that are more likely to notice printing.
    Good points! Thanks

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    I wish the company that made the striker blocks for the Glock made them for others as well (HK, Sig, etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodder636 View Post
    I wish the company that made the striker blocks for the Glock made them for others as well (HK, Sig, etc)
    I don't believe any of these pistols have, "double-action," strikers.

    Part of how they get their, "better," triggers is by being single-action striker-fired pistols, while the Glock is a, "double-action," striker-fired pistol.

    So on non-Glock pistols, it would only function as a cocking indicator and not as a, "something is pulling the trigger," indicator.

    The only exception I can think of is the Walther P99, but I don't think there are enough P99s out there to justify the development cost of making a Gadget for the P99.
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    I’m 5’6”, 155lb, 30x30 Jeans, medium shirt. I have a significantly larger chest than my waist.

    I carried a G19 AIWB in a Zorn Skinny Rig holster for years with no issue.

    I just started carrying a Sig P365 in a Raven Vanguard 2 (trigger only “holster”) with a Wilderness Tactical lo pro belt and it absolutely disappears under any type of shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainRaven View Post
    I don't believe any of these pistols have, "double-action," strikers.

    Part of how they get their, "better," triggers is by being single-action striker-fired pistols, while the Glock is a, "double-action," striker-fired pistol.

    So on non-Glock pistols, it would only function as a cocking indicator and not as a, "something is pulling the trigger," indicator.

    The only exception I can think of is the Walther P99, but I don't think there are enough P99s out there to justify the development cost of making a Gadget for the P99.
    The P10c and 509 have the ability to add a striker control device like the Glock as they are not fully tensioned like a 320,PPQ, VP9, etc.

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    Been a while.

    No problem concealing without printing here; unless it's windy as hell. I carry a JMCK AIWB with a M&P 2.0C daily; very comfortable holster even sitting in a vehicle. I wear jeans everyday with t-shirts or henleys, and when colder a jacket of sort. Being moderately muscular, it is finding clothes that fit appropriately the problem. I have to buy jeans in loose fit, a size or two larger, and have them altered. Just about the only shirts that fit correctly are American Giant; most are far too baggy in the waste/bottom hem and too long.

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