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Holsters for Small Conceal Carry Pistols

While a good holster, belt, and wardrobe choice makes carrying a full size pistol easy and comfortable, not everyone wants to deal with the hassle of dealing with an extra pound and a half to two pounds on their hip. Thankfully, there are many small pistols with a variety of discrete carrying options available.

The benefits of conceal carrying a tiny pistol are obvious. They’re smaller and more comfortable to carry and they’re easier to put into “deep concealment” where they are very difficult to be spotted – excellent if you’re legally carrying in a place that is unfriendly to guns.

The downsides to carrying a tiny pistol are also obvious. Primarily, smaller pistols are more difficult to shoot and you have a smaller round count available.

Sootch00 goes over some different conceal carry options for those who want comfortable and deep concealment.

Always use a holster

Don’t ever attempt to conceal carry a pistol without using a holster. It is important to keep the trigger covered by something hard to prevent an accidental trigger pull. A gun that is stuck into a pocket or waistband without a holster can run the risk of getting something into the trigger guard and pulling the trigger, causing a negligent discharge.

Brian Purkiss
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Brian Purkiss is a Christian, husband, competitive shooter, firearms instructor, proponent for individual liberty and Second Amendment rights, and a web developer. He primarily focues on USPSA and Run & Gun competitions, but enjoys most other forms of shooting competitions as well.


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