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luv2brode
01-12-2011, 20:54
k the wife just got her chl and she needs holster ideas,
problem:
she wears scrubs all day at work, so she is looking for something to wear under, it is texas so not looking for extra layers.
thanks

AZ Husker
01-12-2011, 21:13
No belt? What's going to support the gun? I guess she could do the Thunderwear or Smart Carry option.

luv2brode
01-13-2011, 14:46
yep no belt that is the issue
plus side is i know this wont be her only holster, just the one used most im sure

Mrs.Cicero
01-13-2011, 19:59
http://www.naturallyconcealed.com/

She has to be better endowed than I am for this to work, but it is a possibility if she is.

Mrs.Cicero

chris in va
01-14-2011, 21:19
Maybe a Clipdraw, depending on what gun she's carrying. Mine works very well with my Kahr K9. BTW where does she work that allows firearms?

luv2brode
01-16-2011, 16:03
she is carring g26
works at doc office doc ask her to carry once she got it.

Mr. Blandings
01-16-2011, 21:01
Belly band type holster should do the trick under scrubs. I use a Gould & Goodrich "The Body Guard" (Mdl# T727), and it has always worked well for what I needed.

luv2brode
01-17-2011, 19:51
thanks for the good ideas so far

Magicmanmb
01-19-2011, 16:14
My wife took pieces of nylon webbing and sewed the ends leaving enough
and I don't like to wear a wilderness instructors belt or leather in 100 degrees and 95% humidity, so my shirt hangs out and my shorts either elastic or drawstring.

Geoff of WA
01-21-2011, 20:17
This is my preferred method of carrying and I suspect it'd work for many women.

http://www.activeprogear.com/234.html

KShooter
01-24-2011, 17:29
http://www.remoraholsters.com/No_Clip_Holsters.html

Try these. A bunch of people on some other forums recommend them. Its "stickyness" or "tackiness" allows it to stay put against your skin and clothing without the need for a clip/belt.

FrogWithAGlock
01-26-2011, 16:34
I alternate between an IWB holster by Kholbeson Leatherworks (my fave, and what I use nearly every day), and a belly band. Occasionally a fanny pack.

Code6Charli
03-05-2011, 22:37
With practice, you can actually draw from an ankle holster pretty fast, especially with scrubs. They are also baggy enough to easily conceal the g26. Galco makes a decent ankle holster that I use for my g26. That would be my preference!