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#5567250 - 01/27/15 11:39 AM Glock 26, 27,30
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Who all conceal carries any of these glocks I am looking at getting one are they easy to conceal during summer time

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#5567256 - 01/27/15 11:42 AM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: mikes14]
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I used to carry a G27, but found that the grip was a little too fat for me. I now carry a G23. More boolits!
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#5567265 - 01/27/15 11:48 AM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: mikes14]
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I carry a G27 in an appendix carry holster. It conceals great where I have it, but if I were to carry at the 4 or 5 oclock position it would print big time with my clothes. My buddy carries the M&P Shield 40 in the 5 o clock position and he prints as well. It is a single stack 40 cal that is thinner than the G27, but he still has problems printing. It is all about what clothes you wear and where you carry at on your person. I don't have an issue where I carry, I could probably carry a full size Glock in the same way and not print. If you can get used to it appendix carry is where its at.
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#5567301 - 01/27/15 12:04 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: KRoyal]
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Originally Posted By: KRoyal
I carry a G27 in an appendix carry holster. It conceals great where I have it, but if I were to carry at the 4 or 5 oclock position it would print big time with my clothes. My buddy carries the M&P Shield 40 in the 5 o clock position and he prints as well. It is a single stack 40 cal that is thinner than the G27, but he still has problems printing. It is all about what clothes you wear and where you carry at on your person. I don't have an issue where I carry, I could probably carry a full size Glock in the same way and not print. If you can get used to it appendix carry is where its at.


I don't carry a glock but I agree 100% on the appendix carry. I used to carry 4-5 o clock and didn't have printing issues but started appendix carry and its so much better. I can conceal a full size gun in shorts and t shirt no problem.
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#5567318 - 01/27/15 12:12 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: mikes14]
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I carry a 27 @ the 3:00 position in a super tuck without a problem. In summer clothes I usually appendix carry a smaller LCP

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#5567394 - 01/27/15 12:56 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: BCJ]
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Get a G19, and get a Raven Vanguard 2. It is the ultimate combo in concealability and effectiveness, IMO.

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#5567464 - 01/27/15 01:31 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: mikes14]
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I carry a 26 at the 4 o'clock positon in a holster made by East. It's not an IWB and it conceals great, rides high enough so that a jacket or shirt covers it and has the perfect cant for easy draws. I put that holster through its paces a few months ago, bolstering and drawing probably 300 times in 3 days and it performed great. Also, it's the only holster I have that has a click when the gun is inserted, and it holds so well I can turn the holster upside down and the gun won't fall out.
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#5567792 - 01/27/15 04:40 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: mikes14]
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Thanks for the help I guess I just need to see what work for me who carries the G42

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#5567814 - 01/27/15 05:01 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: BigPig]
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Originally Posted By: BigPig
I carry a 26 at the 4 o'clock positon in a holster made by East. It's not an IWB and it conceals great, rides high enough so that a jacket or shirt covers it and has the perfect cant for easy draws. I put that holster through its paces a few months ago, bolstering and drawing probably 300 times in 3 days and it performed great. Also, it's the only holster I have that has a click when the gun is inserted, and it holds so well I can turn the holster upside down and the gun won't fall out.


Thanks BP

I would like to mention I have all the molds for the above models grin
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#5567974 - 01/27/15 06:08 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: mikes14]
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I carry the 23 and really like it

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#5568614 - 01/28/15 05:54 AM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: East]
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Originally Posted By: East
Originally Posted By: BigPig
I carry a 26 at the 4 o'clock positon in a holster made by East. It's not an IWB and it conceals great, rides high enough so that a jacket or shirt covers it and has the perfect cant for easy draws. I put that holster through its paces a few months ago, bolstering and drawing probably 300 times in 3 days and it performed great. Also, it's the only holster I have that has a click when the gun is inserted, and it holds so well I can turn the holster upside down and the gun won't fall out.


Thanks BP

I would like to mention I have all the molds for the above models grin


East, I'm not necessarily in the market for a new holster, but would like to see whatcha got. Might want something for a S&W Airweight.

OP, I carry a 26 in a Minotaur hybrid IWB at 4 o'clock. It's fabulous and no issues. I've also carried in a kydex IWB by Sidearmor too. Great holsters. In the 26, etc., there are also some good options for higher bullet capacity to explore as well.
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#5570220 - 01/28/15 09:15 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: SR025]
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Originally Posted By: SR025
Originally Posted By: KRoyal
I carry a G27 in an appendix carry holster. It conceals great where I have it, but if I were to carry at the 4 or 5 oclock position it would print big time with my clothes. My buddy carries the M&P Shield 40 in the 5 o clock position and he prints as well. It is a single stack 40 cal that is thinner than the G27, but he still has problems printing. It is all about what clothes you wear and where you carry at on your person. I don't have an issue where I carry, I could probably carry a full size Glock in the same way and not print. If you can get used to it appendix carry is where its at.


I don't carry a glock but I agree 100% on the appendix carry. I used to carry 4-5 o clock and didn't have printing issues but started appendix carry and its so much better. I can conceal a full size gun in shorts and t shirt no problem.


When you appendix carry, your talkin at the 1-2oclock position right? I've tried it and all was good until I sat down! Then it was extremely uncomfortable, what am I missing?
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#5570227 - 01/28/15 09:19 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: Mfloski]
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Originally Posted By: Mfloski
Originally Posted By: SR025
Originally Posted By: KRoyal
I carry a G27 in an appendix carry holster. It conceals great where I have it, but if I were to carry at the 4 or 5 oclock position it would print big time with my clothes. My buddy carries the M&P Shield 40 in the 5 o clock position and he prints as well. It is a single stack 40 cal that is thinner than the G27, but he still has problems printing. It is all about what clothes you wear and where you carry at on your person. I don't have an issue where I carry, I could probably carry a full size Glock in the same way and not print. If you can get used to it appendix carry is where its at.


I don't carry a glock but I agree 100% on the appendix carry. I used to carry 4-5 o clock and didn't have printing issues but started appendix carry and its so much better. I can conceal a full size gun in shorts and t shirt no problem.


When you appendix carry, your talkin at the 1-2oclock position right? I've tried it and all was good until I sat down! Then it was extremely uncomfortable, what am I missing?


yeah 1-2, It definitely takes some getting used to and not wearing tight pants.
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#5570239 - 01/28/15 09:27 PM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: SR025]
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Originally Posted By: SR025
Originally Posted By: Mfloski
Originally Posted By: SR025
Originally Posted By: KRoyal
I carry a G27 in an appendix carry holster. It conceals great where I have it, but if I were to carry at the 4 or 5 oclock position it would print big time with my clothes. My buddy carries the M&P Shield 40 in the 5 o clock position and he prints as well. It is a single stack 40 cal that is thinner than the G27, but he still has problems printing. It is all about what clothes you wear and where you carry at on your person. I don't have an issue where I carry, I could probably carry a full size Glock in the same way and not print. If you can get used to it appendix carry is where its at.


I don't carry a glock but I agree 100% on the appendix carry. I used to carry 4-5 o clock and didn't have printing issues but started appendix carry and its so much better. I can conceal a full size gun in shorts and t shirt no problem.


When you appendix carry, your talkin at the 1-2oclock position right? I've tried it and all was good until I sat down! Then it was extremely uncomfortable, what am I missing?


yeah 1-2, It definitely takes some getting used to and not wearing tight pants.


Oh yea it takes some getting used to for sure. I don't even feel it anymore.
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#5570461 - 01/29/15 05:53 AM Re: Glock 26, 27,30 [Re: SR025]
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Registered: 07/22/11
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Originally Posted By: SR025
Originally Posted By: Mfloski
Originally Posted By: SR025
Originally Posted By: KRoyal
I carry a G27 in an appendix carry holster. It conceals great where I have it, but if I were to carry at the 4 or 5 oclock position it would print big time with my clothes. My buddy carries the M&P Shield 40 in the 5 o clock position and he prints as well. It is a single stack 40 cal that is thinner than the G27, but he still has problems printing. It is all about what clothes you wear and where you carry at on your person. I don't have an issue where I carry, I could probably carry a full size Glock in the same way and not print. If you can get used to it appendix carry is where its at.


I don't carry a glock but I agree 100% on the appendix carry. I used to carry 4-5 o clock and didn't have printing issues but started appendix carry and its so much better. I can conceal a full size gun in shorts and t shirt no problem.


When you appendix carry, your talkin at the 1-2oclock position right? I've tried it and all was good until I sat down! Then it was extremely uncomfortable, what am I missing?


yeah 1-2, It definitely takes some getting used to and not wearing tight pants.


And having a holster designed for appendix makes a big difference too I found. once I got the right holster the digging into my leg was gone since the holster moved with my body more... but it does take a bit to get used to then its really comfortable and easy

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