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Old 04-17-2018, 02:17 AM   #11
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What do you guys do? Stow it in the car, a locker? Carry while working out? If so, how?

I recently joined a gym and have been pocket carrying my lightest gun- a Ruger LCP, but it's still cumbersome in light gym shorts.


Maybe try a Kel-Tec P32. It's about 50% lighter than the LCP but holsters should be compatible. The P3AT is the same weight as the LCP. The .32 version is lighter.

My understanding is that the LCP is about 15 oz loaded while the P32 is 10 oz loaded.
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Maybe try a Kel-Tec P32. It's about 50% lighter than the LCP but holsters should be compatible. The P3AT is the same weight as the LCP. The .32 version is lighter.

My understanding is that the LCP is about 15 oz loaded while the P32 is 10 oz loaded.
My LCP is 12.2oz loaded in it's Ruger pocket holster, so not much saved there. Really, it's not the weight that's the problem, it's the flopping around in light shorts. Carrying a set of keys, wallet, etc. in pocket would be just as annoying.

I was thinking the other day that the ideal solution would be a custom under shirt with a gun pocket sewn in under the left arm with some kind of sweat shield. Wear that with a loose t-shirt over it.

I think I've seen something like it online somewhere.
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Kangaroo carry or similar belly band
https://www.kangaroocarry.com

5.11 holster shirt
https://www.511tactical.com/holster-shirt.html

I have both. Rarely use either. However they can be useful in special applications where concealing under the shirt is a must. Iím more of a pocket or IWB/OWB guy myself.
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Ha!
The Kangaroo guys have it down with their supermodels wearing the holsters!!

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Old 04-17-2018, 04:00 PM   #15
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Kangaroo carry or similar belly band
https://www.kangaroocarry.com

5.11 holster shirt
https://www.511tactical.com/holster-shirt.html

I have both. Rarely use either. However they can be useful in special applications where concealing under the shirt is a must. Iím more of a pocket or IWB/OWB guy myself.
I have a 5.11 tactical shirt and any gun I put in the pockets will flop out if I sprint.
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