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CC Fanny Pack Recommendations

Postby ParaC7 » Tue Jun 28, 2022 9:09 pm

My wife has decided to carry when she takes her walks, but is usually not wearing clothing that is suited for effectively managing a holster. Wondering what kind of fanny pack rigs people are using, (she will be carrying her small 38 revolver) she does not want a tactical looking fanny pack as it screams CC. Any help appreciated! Thanks everyone!
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Re: CC Fanny Pack Recommendations

Postby Brian D. » Tue Jun 28, 2022 10:06 pm

No specific offerings come to mind. I'd suggest something that can be opened quickly and easily with one hand.
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Re: CC Fanny Pack Recommendations

Postby Mr. Glock » Sun Jul 03, 2022 11:45 am

Galco has a newer offering called the Fastrax (several sizes/colors), which works very well (unique way to pull up and present the gun) and isn't too tactical-looking. They have a 25% off sale right now for July 4th.

One additional idea is to sew a non-gun-related patch on the front, to make is look less tactical.
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Re: CC Fanny Pack Recommendations

Postby DaveT » Sun Jul 31, 2022 7:43 pm

Sidestepping the fanny pack, another option to consider is the Enigma from

The Enigma is, basically, a chassis to carry a pistol on you without a belt through your pants. WIth a good IWB holster, you attach it to the Enigma, and size it to fit you well, then you can dress in whatever (whether business clothes, sweat pants, shorts, medical scrubs, etc.) and the holster is held to your body without attaching to your waistband/having your clothes support the weight.

I...haven't tried this yet, but I think it looks really good. They have a lot of resources on their website about troubleshooting/optimizing the fit, etc.
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