Six tips for choosing the right concealed carry system

by Lee Williams, Herald-Tribune  |  published on July 18, 2013

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Professionals who carry a firearm every day know that when it comes to concealing a pistol: simple is better, comfort is great and security is everything.

Also, the latest gimmick or concealment fad is probably a waste of money.

Here are some tips to help you find the right way to conceal your firearm safely and securely while still allowing quick access:

1. The best way to carry a concealed weapon is on your strong side, in a secure holster affixed to a quality belt, concealed under a shirt, jacket or suit coat. If you live in the northern climes or wear a suit often, your concealed carry concerns are solved. The rest of us have to rely on a shirt. There are dozens of models of concealed carry shirts on the market, designed with Velcro seams that break free and allow quick access to your pistol. The problem is, they’re expensive. I’ve always found it much easier to buy a shirt one-size larger, which usually offers enough room for a medium-framed automatic for most people, or a larger frame pistol or BAR for us XXL-ers.

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