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post #1 of 5 Old 01-16-2012, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking about carrying my Sig as conceal...

ok like the title says im thinking about carrying my Sig Sauer p250 compact 9mm as a conceal... thoughts? might i add im about 5'10" and 140 lbs. with rocks in my pockets.

ps. im only 20 years old and not old enough to have my concealed yet. (im not carrying it now, but for future reference) im just unsure if its going to be uncomfortable for me. i love the feel of my gun and its very comfortable for me to shoot. but i was thinking of maybe something else? suggestions???
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Only you'll be able to tell if it's going to be comfortable to carry.

No one is built just the same and what one person may find uncomfortable, another may find it comfortable.
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Ditto what the last post said. I have carried all kinds of guns concealed for years. Berreta 92fs 9mm, kimber 1911 .45, glock 22 & 27 both in .40....... Find the right concealment holster for you. I carry all my guns except the berreta in a in the waistband holster in the small of my back. This is the most comfortable for me and half the gun is concealed in my pants, while the rest is hidden under tshirt. Don't carry it loosely tucked in pants without a holster. Also remember.. It doesn't do you any good to carry a gun if you don't have a full mag and 1 in the chamber.


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Well thanks guys! i guess only time will tell! i also want to do something like you "Northernl" i want to carry in the small of my back as well!
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A big part of it, depends on how you dress, your holster must accommodate that...

Also, I would consider what trigger you have on the p250, if it's similar to the trigger on my brothers p250, which is very long, and heavy, you need to think about that... If your in a situation that requires more than 1 shot, in a rapid procession, are you going to be accurate with that long and heavy of a trigger pull.. I know with my dads glock I can put 2 shots within 6 inches of each other with very little time Inbetween, when I try to rush 2 shots with my brothers sig, I'm lucky if the 2nd hits the target.


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