SMMAssociates wrote:I bought a similar rig many years ago.
Seemed to work OK, and could handle a PPK/S or Model 36 ("Chief's Special" revolver) without any problems, but I couldn't get into the idea of having to dig for the gun ....
I'm not sure what Crossbreeds looks like, but if you need deep cover, it should be OK.
Atilla wrote:And, the elastic does wear out over time, my first one lasted maybe 75 days of carry/use before I felt I needed a new one.
techguy85 wrote:running is the other use I had in mind. I currently use a pack but it is pretty heavy and also screams gun to the informed.
JustaShooter wrote:Atilla wrote:And, the elastic does wear out over time, my first one lasted maybe 75 days of carry/use before I felt I needed a new one.
75 days doesn't seem like very long. How much does replacement elastic cost?
My wife is considering picking up one of these and I was wondering...TKshooter wrote:So I got my belly band and I have been wearing it and I must say I do like it. I heard a lot of women saying it wasnt made for our bodies but I have found if you put it low enough it doesnt ride up, stays close to my body, and is comforable.
One issue I did find was that when you put the kydex piece on the belly band with any type of cant, part of the modular piece hangs off the belly band and is very uncomfortable when you're sitting.
My intended purpose for it is when I need to run out to Walmart or somewhere and I'm in my sweats or gym shorts. And it works very well for that. I strap it on and put sweatpants over it and I am good to go, no belt, or even regular pants!
Also retention is adequate and I can draw without the velcro coming off. Reholstering is similar to my other IWB holsters.
I use it with a shiel 9mm, if that makes a diference. I am very glad to of added this holster to my collection.
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