Carrying Guns In Cold Weather

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Rob Pincus discusses cold weather carry options in cold weather, including a strong side hip holster, a shoulder holster and an off-body carry bag. Rob also demonstrates that carry options are actually increased under cold weather garments.

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7 Responses to “Carrying Guns In Cold Weather”
  1. Bob Fleming

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  2. JungleCogs

    Forgot a big one. A pocket holster in the strong hand pocket of a winter jacket. Keeps the lint out and has easy access. But, just like a briefcase, carry bag or purse, you need to know where that thing is at all times. Nothing safer than ‘on-body’ carry; but cold winter carry does present a few problems. DeSantis makes a great pocket holster that stays in our pocket when you need to present your firearm.

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  3. Rich

    Cold weather carry. I noticed that he used a shoulder bag and a shoulder holster. I think doing it the way he did compromises his strength because he used a cross body presentation. I f a perp was close enough he could push his arm against him and make it ipossible to draw out. Even though he rotated a little, its still a cross body draw. I think a strong side, close to body straight up draw would be safer.

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