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k the wife just got her chl and she needs holster ideas,
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.
No belt? What's going to support the gun? I guess she could do the Thunderwear or Smart Carry option.
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
She has to be better endowed than I am for this to work, but it is a possibility if she is.
chris in va
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?
she is carring g26
works at doc office doc ask her to carry once she got it.
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.
thanks for the good ideas so far
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
This is my preferred method of carrying and I suspect it'd work for many women.
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.
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.
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!
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