IWB carry is very popular for a great many permit holders. I give some basics on the subject of IWB carry: holster types, advantages, disadvantages, etc. As usual, I admit to not knowing everything, but I've carried in this manner for over 20 years, both as a reserve deputy and as a civilian. I've done lots of experimentation and have lived with the various holsters I show for thousands and thousands of hours, both walking around and sitting in cars. Whether I convey the information well or not is one thing, but this is definitely one area where I have extensive experience.
By the way, since making this video last weekend, I did run across a Galco King Tuck IWB holster for the Glock 27 and bought it. I wish I'd had it for the video, but it IS almost exactly like the Crossbreed and would work just as well, it appears. I've tried it a couple of different evenings, and thus far, I cannot tell any difference. Note ( 12-15-14) my newest favorite IWB holster is the StealthgearUSA Onyx holster. It's what I use mostly these days. It's not the cheapest, but I have to say it's the best of the breed, although all of them work just fine. If you don't mind forking over about $100.00 on a holster, you'll probably like it.
Category: Firearms Education Uploaded: 12/01/2011