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Anyone know of or use an IWB for your LCP? Or perhaps a leather version of the pocket holster?
 

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With a pistol so short, you'd almost have to move the clip up on the holster and put the grip behind the belt...or it'd roll out and fall out....you could hook the thumb around the grip and draw pretty fast...real good for deep cover or light t-shirt carry...nothing of the gun would show...just the clip....
 

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sheepdog said:
With a pistol so short, you'd almost have to move the clip up on the holster and put the grip behind the belt...or it'd roll out and fall out....you could hook the thumb around the grip and draw pretty fast...real good for deep cover or light t-shirt carry...nothing of the gun would show...just the clip....
I'm having trouble picturing what you're describing. But I'm about to go to bed, I'll look at it with fresh eyes tomorrow...
 

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Moving te belt clip up would move the holster down deeper into your waistband. So it doesn't get top heavy and roll over.
 

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my wife uses a Gunmate nylon iwb for her LCP. Carries it in the 1:00 position. I have not heard her complain about it at all.
 

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Maybe the level of activity makes the difference...I carry in front and crawl and climb all day...even a 2" .38 needs to be low in my belt....or it'll roll out...and the tightness of the belt ain't the problem...maybe the blueberry pie is.....
 

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Bountyhunter said:
I use a cheap Uncle Mike's IWB and it works fine.
Is that a size 10 for small autos (.22 and .25)? Where do you wear it?
 

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I'm not sure what size it is. I usually wear it clipped onto my pocket with my shirt over it. I wear it at 1 o'clock sometimes and sometimes I stick it into my pocket. The small holster allows for all of the above and it only cost me about $10. Good enough for what it's for.
 
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