Mark Garrity of Garrity’s Gunleather presents his IN-VICTUS leather holster, which is purpose-built for appendix inside-the-waistband carry. He describes the challenges that AIWB carry presents: larger pistols tend to protrude away from the body and print; AIWB is dogged by claims of being uncomfortable, especially when seated; and it’s not suitable for all body types. The IN-VICTUS leather holster overcomes all these obstacles – it doesn’t print and is comfortable even with full-size pistols and for any size shooter.
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