Damn, look at how good I am.
I'm such a great button presser on that shot timer. That efficiency. That dedication.
Oh yeah, and @mattlaneknives did alright too I guess 😂. A little trigger therapy earlier today running some reload drills.
Tom @darkstargear has been doing the AIWB thing for a while now, and it's getting more and more refined. This is backed by the fact that unlike lots of other guys that huff kydex dust and call themselves holster makers, he actually trains. He tests his gear, he sends his gear to reputable instructors to beat on, and this is a surefire way to know what works and what doesn't.
For fans of: AIWB carry, not getting your roscoe snatched out your drawers by someone who's tryna struggle-snuggle you (aka in fight weapons retention), not printing even in an extra schmedium shirt, lemon heads.
Not for fans of: Instagram celebrities, rubber dummies, subsecond draws on said rubber dummies, leaning backwards and totally breaking posture in order to facilitate said subsecond draw on said dummies.
Got my @taudevgroup striker control device, aka “The Gadget” in today for my @glockinc #glock17gen5 . Jumped on the Gen5 preorder a little while back. Great extra layer of safety while reholstering, especially when carrying Appendix in waistband, without any real downsides. @trijicon RM06 and @ameriglosights black suppressor height sights also shown. Thanks to @marcs671 for turning me into these awhile back. #youllshootyourdickoffkid#safetyfirst#aiwb#appendixcarry
This is my opinion and what works for me. I have tried many holsters and many weapon lights. I have also tried no light. This by far is the most comfy and concealable way to carry for me. When you carry with no light or a flush mount light the gun tends to print more because it tips out from your body, and you have to adjust it more. When you carry with a light that extends past the barrel more of the holster is in your pants, and the holster is thicker which helps it press back in to your body. Another thing that i have noticed, there is no difference between the TLR and X300 as far as comfort. So just pick the one you like best. Your mileage may vary everybody is different. Just my two cents. Hope it helps. #carry247 -
I get asked a LOT. “How do you take a leak if you carry Appendix?” My reply has always been a simple one....”Very Carefully”. However today I decided to post up a photo of how I proceed when nature calls while carrying appendix. So first and without compromise I ALWAYS USE A STALL. Even if I have to wait, I use one to give me visual concealment from other people. *
I prefer to use a toilet seat cover holder as pictured on TOP. It’s convenient and fast, and still gives me access to my pistol.
Option 2 as pictured BELOW is the method I use when there are no other options. I simply turn my rig around and attach to my belt. This still gives me an option to secure my rig to my body in a secure manner. Still ensures the pistol is pointing in a safe direction, and can be drawn rather quickly if the situation calls. One note worth mentioning, if you have a less than par belt, this method won’t do you any good. You must have a good quality belt in order to benefit from this method. Once done I just simply move my rig back into the appendix position. *
I hope that this helps answer a dilemma that most guys face while carrying appendix.