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Old 12-06-2013, 09:19 PM   #12711
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Yeah the 1911 - even my 4 inch - can be a wee bit bulky depending upon what you're wearing.
I wear plaid, typical farmer dress
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:21 PM   #12712
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I wear plaid, typical farmer dress
So do I at times but I was thinking winter v summer attire. It's easier to conceal under winter clothing in general.
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:30 PM   #12713
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So do I at times but I was thinking winter v summer attire. It's easier to conceal under winter clothing in general.
I carry my glock 30 24/7 off duty in a mtac. I am in shape so my chest is wider than my waist (dat v taper) and I wear loose shirts so it works.

I do throw my five shot s&w airweight in a pocket holster or belly band for gym and/or cardio stuff occasionally too...
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So do I at times but I was thinking winter v summer attire. It's easier to conceal under winter clothing in general.
In that case, very much so. I could probably conceal a rifle in my carhartts
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I carry my glock 30 24/7 off duty in a mtac. I am in shape so my chest is wider than my waist (dat v taper) and I wear loose shirts so it works.

I do throw my five shot s&w airweight in a pocket holster or belly band for gym and/or cardio stuff occasionally too...
I'm big boned.

I carry the XDs is an mtac. The 1911 goes in an alien gear which is just as comfy.
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Holy **** LA Police Gear has the TLR-1s for $105.
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Holy **** LA Police Gear has the TLR-1s for $105.
Great light average price. You can get them for $99 at the local Leo store on sale...
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Great light average price. You can get them for $99 at the local Leo store on sale...
Yeah? I haven't seen them for under 150
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Yeah? I haven't seen them for under 150
Must be a local thing then or maybe they raised the price. I bought mine about 5 years ago.

I just checked their current flyer and they only have the TLR-1 HL listed for $119...630 lumens might be overkill lol!

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Yeah, they are cheap on eBay as well. I've seen the same at local shops too.
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