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9 thoughts on “If you are going to Open Carry, you need a good belt.”
Thanks for the picture of a good, stiff belt capable of holding up a holstered gun along with one’s pants.
Seriously, those are not saggy pants. Guys with no butt or with a serious dunlap* generally do not wear their pants hitched up under their armpits – not even in Florida where that style seems to be all the rage. (Just go to any Early Bird seating at any restaurant to see what I mean.)
* – that’s when your belly done lapped over your belt
Concealed carry too. I went to a PPK at 1-lb. because my 2-lb. XD made me look like a gangbanger unless I wore suspenders.
I bought an 80 dollar belt for carry, the only problem I have is while facing me I’m wider(left to right ) than I am long( front to back), so my gun belt digs into my hip bones. In effect, I have to wear belt a tad bit loose so I don’t feel a thick ass belt squeeze my hip bones.
At least he has a holster
that’s why I wear a shoulder holster….which I haven’t worn shirtless…I may have to.
I’ll send the Pics to your personal email, Miguel! 😉
He gets kudos for the belt, but this picture illustrates my problem with open carry in general: Where is his attention? Anyone could walk up behind him and steal his gun, or just immobilize it in the holster and rob him. (It’s a cheap belt-clip holster.) This guy could throw a shirt on, cover the pistol and avoid a lot of potential problems.
My problem is that he has everything on 1 side, if he needed to grab his keys to open a door he would be forced to change hands or contort to grab the keys. I started wearing my keys left handed, so if need be I can draw and unlock a door if I’m getting shot at by a .338 lapua while wearing my duct tape trauma plates
NO ONE and I mean NO ONE is going to mess with a armed, shirtless Jerry Garcia.
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