I definitely am moving into the appendix carry position as the go-to for me. I definitely prefer it over any other position. Now it’s just matter of where on the front side do I want to carry. I keep switching between the same side as my dominant hand (right) and then on my left side, so I would essentially be cross-drawing. I believe that’s what it is referred to as. As I’m practicing my drawing, I'm finding that when the holster and firearm are sitting too low, I stumble a bit more because I can’t get a good grip. Is this normal? I know that some people like to have their firearm concealed pretty deep so the grip is almost under their waistband. I don’t think I can carry that way.
The majority of my outfits usually consist of a baggy t-shirt paired with a blazer or light jacket. I’m noticing that this style choice of mine is making concealed carry a bit easier as the jacket hides any noticeable printing that might not be hidden from the shirt. This t-shirt is one of my favorites - it's soft, comfy, and I like the way it looks. However, you might notice that it's a bit semi-sheer in places as it has a bit of that heathered look. Even with the sheerness it was still difficult to notice any dark spots where I was carrying unless you were really looking for it. Adding a cropped bomber jacket to my outfit gave me complete concealability. It also helped that I chose to carry my Glock 43 in this StealthGearUSA holster. So far StealthGearUSA is still my favorite but I also haven’t tried too many other brands. If it ain’t broke, right?! I love the slim & compact profile. It easily fits appendix style, it's comfortable to move around in, and is easy to draw from.
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