• Part 1. Concealed Carry Pros and Cons
    10:52

    In recent years, there’s been increasing interest in the benefits of appendix carry. Rob Pincus looks at the appendix carry pros and cons in this video. On the plus side, it’s easier to conceal small handguns on the front of the body as opposed to on the side or back. You don’t even need to

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    7:26

    When carrying firearms, the concerns most commonly mentioned are that people don’t want the muzzle of their gun to be covering them while they are carrying and presenting the gun. Rob demonstrates how there is actually less chance of covering yourself during presentation from appendix carry than from on-the-hip carry. He also discusses safety during

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  • Part 3. Firearms & CrossBreed Holsters for Appendix Carry
    12:12

    In this valuable primer on firearms and CrossBreed holsters suited for appendix carry, Rob Pincus is on the range with a variety of both, to demonstrate options and solutions. Wearing an untucked t-shirt and starting with a bellyband holster concealing an S&W J-Frame, Rob tries to conceal progressively larger handguns until the “too much printing”

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  • Part 4. Appendix Carry Training with an Outside-the-Waistband Holster
    3:22

    During training classes, Rob allows students to get used to presentation from appendix carry by using an outside-the-waistband holster at the one o’clock position. This outside-the-waistband holster allows students to become familiar with the mechanics of presentation without the emotional and safety issues that may be involved when using an inside-the-waistband holster while learning this

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  • Part 5. Firearm Safety Tips: Appendix Carry Presentation Techniques
    10:16

    In this video, Rob presents helpful firearm safety tips for appendix carry presentation. With any presentation technique, we must integrate the body’s natural reactions to being startled, meaning that our knees will be slightly bent, hips tucked, shoulders forward, and hands in front of the body. Taking that into account, presenting efficiently and without covering

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  • Part 6. Concealed Carry Methods: Weak Handed Presentation
    6:52

    There are many concealed carry methods but one advantage of appendix carry is that the firearm can be conveniently accessed with the weak hand. How does that presentation work? Rob shows various ways to present the gun with the weak hand, depending on the particular circumstances you may be in. Movements are shown in slow

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  • Part 7: Presentation from Appendix Carry While Seated
    4:14

    In a seated position, appendix carry starts to lose some of its advantages. It’s not as comfortable as when standing and in fact may be uncomfortable for some. On the plus side, there are several safe ways to get the firearm out of the holster and oriented toward the threat when using appendix carry. Rob

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  • Part 2. Choose a Good Concealed Carry Belt
    6:51

    We may need different types of belts when wearing different types of holsters, but there are some universal things to look for in a belt. Rob Pincus is on the range with a variety of belts and holsters.

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  • Buying New Tactical Holsters
    13:39

    Rob Pincus presents a comprehensive testing procedure for taking your new tactical holsters to any shooting range. Before putting the holster on, make sure the firearm fits in the holster and the trigger is completely covered. Check that you can get a complete grip on the gun with no interference from the holster. Confirm that

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