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Why Carry ITP?
Why Carry ITP?
Why Carry ITP?
Why Carry ITP?
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Why Carry ITP?


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  • 1. Why Carry ITP?
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  • 3. Why Carry ITP?
  • 4. Aside from being comfortable, a good concealed carry holster will display a few more important qualities. A portion of the holster will fully cover and protect the trigger from contact with outside objects, including a trigger finger. A properly designed holster will retain the handgun until you intentionally draw it. Both the handgun and holster will stay where you place them until you purposefully change their position. This staying-put quality will improve carry comfort and ensure the grasp is oriented properly once you should draw the gun. In most states, for both legal and practical reasons, a holster system needs to keep a concealed firearm out of sight at all times. Two schools of thought come into play when dealing with the issue of handgun "printing," or identification by other people. One approach is always to pick a gun and holster combination that fits the wardrobe you already have. This is the strategy "pocket pistols" were designed for. The other option is really to change everything you wear to fit the gun. For example, a duty sized pistol may be concealed, but it will probably take an in - the - waist - band holster, a heavy belt, and also a tactical vest to do so. Both approaches are valid. Usually the size of the gun will help to clarify which support wardrobe and holster will serve best. Most carry systems can be divided into these two groups. On - the - body carry holsters include belt holsters, in - the - waistband, ankle, shoulder and bellyband models. The primary advantages of literally having a gun on your person include gun security and accessibility. You're in control of the gun at all times and you can access it very promptly. The disadvantages of on-thebody carry include the physical discomfort the gun can cause. In addition, there is a greater possibility the gun will soon be seen by someone else due to a "wardrobe malfunction."