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I'm wondering if the grip is too long and makes keeping it concealed under a t-shirt or Polo shirt an issue.
 

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I too am curious about this question. I plan on finding a holster I can switch from strong side 4 o'clock and weak side 11 o'clock. Do others find concealing possible with the full size?
 

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Yes it's possible. For a small person like my self, the sights may poke thorugh the shirt a little when carrying around the 4 o'clock position. Your arm tends to block that a bit though. I prefer a holster with a 15 degree forward cant (FBI cant) but if you want to wear it a 11 o'clock, I suggest you get one without the FBI cant. A straight drop holster will work for appendix carry but a full size will bother you when you bend over to tie your shoes or something.
 

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Yes it's possible. For a small person like my self, the sights may poke thorugh the shirt a little when carrying around the 4 o'clock position. Your arm tends to block that a bit though. I prefer a holster with a 15 degree forward cant (FBI cant) but if you want to wear it a 11 o'clock, I suggest you get one without the FBI cant. A straight drop holster will work for appendix carry but a full size will bother you when you bend over to tie your shoes or something.


Well maybe and straight drop holster will work best for me at 3-4 o'clock and 9-10 o'clock. I just like to be able to change the position if necessary.
 

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You're absolutely right. If you plan on appendix carrying, go with the straight drop. I was mentioning the FBI cant because it makes it a little easier to draw when carrying between 3 & 6 or 9 & 6 o'clock. I've also been thinking about purchasing a straight drop holster. Let me know how it works out for you.
 

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Well the best of both worlds would be a holster that has a changable cant...FBI for strong side and a reverse cant for crossdraw. I see Comp-Tac makes one (the Settable Cant), but I would like to find a IWB holster that does that. Any ideas from anybody?
 

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Well the best of both worlds would be a holster that has a changable cant...FBI for strong side and a reverse cant for crossdraw. I see Comp-Tac makes one (the Settable Cant), but I would like to find a IWB holster that does that. Any ideas from anybody?


The Garrity Changeling fits the bill. I have one on order for a Glock 19 but currently there is a 4 month wait.




This holster allows you to set the muzzle backward/forward cant from 25 degrees. This will work well for me because sometimes I need to be able to carry at 4:30/5:00 when I can't do my normal appendix carry.











The Changeling is the third holster down in the link below.



http://garritysgunleather.com/IWBHolsters.htm
 

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readyme said:
Well the best of both worlds would be a holster that has a changable cant...FBI for strong side and a reverse cant for crossdraw. I see Comp-Tac makes one (the Settable Cant), but I would like to find a IWB holster that does that. Any ideas from anybody?
They also make an IWB holster with multiple position adjustments.
 
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