www.packing.org is the bible of the concealed weapons websites.
My son is about your built and we always use that holster for everything. Start with a loose colored t-shirt untucked. As it gets cooler, tuck in the t-shirt and then put on a flat bottomed shirt, again untucked. As it get colder, tuck in the shirt and put on a sweatshirt. When it's cold, take the sweater off and use a winter coat. The coat can't have the type of liner that hangs down without stitching. If that happens, you're grabbing the coat up and leaving the liner. If possible, you could sweep the unzipped coat open from the front.
When you draw, use the three fingers without the index finger to lift the material upward and use the thumb to jam behind the pistol. Keep a loose hold on the pistol as you draw because you could be grabbing material. As you come up, enclose the fingers tighter. When the two hands slam together, flip the safety off, not before for a tight hold. Put the trigger finger in the guard as you center on the target and not before. The tips of your weak hand fingers should be on your strong hand knuckles[common mistake for small handed people] If you're using a 1911, the strong hand thumb should be on the safety[NOT UNDER IT].
posted on 02/23/2003 9:10:47 AM PST
by Shooter 2.5
(Don't punch holes in the lifeboat)
To: Shooter 2.5
Thanks for the tips. I'll be in touch as the status of NM CCW changes.
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