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 Shoulder holsters: why? 
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 10:12 am 
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there are not many better ways to make a long run than with a shoulder rig. a vest with chain keeps my carry piece concealed at any speed.

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I split the difference, I carry my M&P on my strong side hip and my 642 in a horizontal shoulder rig. I've got a gun a can reach with either hand, whether sitting, standing, or behind the wheel of my car.


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pastor paul wrote:
there are not many better ways to make a long run than with a shoulder rig. a vest with chain keeps my carry piece concealed at any speed.


Most times now I just carry my 642 in a gun pocket on the front of my vest.

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