Glennrn said:A couple of months ago I ran across an interesting website, the product they sell is called Smartcarry. The website address is below:
I ended up purchasing a medium sized holster from them which can handle my M&P, they come in 4 different sizes, Extra small, small, medium, large. If you check out the site, you will find that this front carry holster allows you to carry quite easily, pretty much any kind of pistol under your stomach, in front of your groin.
This sounds uncomfortable but it actually works very well. It fits under almost any kind of clothing unless it is skin tight. I have carried wearing shorts and a tucked in tee shirt this summer and it does not show. I have never found any other holster that I felt comfortable wearing unless I had a jacket to cover it and even then, it always seemed to print depending on how I moved around. This type of holster carries the weight of the gun low on your hips, it dosen't restrict movement and once you get used to having it there you don't even notice it. To draw the wepon, you simply take your other hand and pull the top of you pants forward, reach in with you gun hand and pull out the gun. With a little practice, it is really easy and quick. You can even easily draw it sitting down.
Check it out. It is the best CCW holster I have found to date and is reasonable as well. It can carry a variety of gun types, only restriction is the size of the gun. You can carry a smaller gun in a larger holster but not a larger gun in a smaller holster. If you only want to buy one, then get a holster for the largest size gun you plan to carry.
The owner of the company carries a 1911 full size 5 inch 10 to 12 hours a day and has for 12 years and states no one has ever spotted the wepon on him. He is very good to work with, I placed my order via the internet on a thursday and it was delivered on the following Tuesday.