• 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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  • Appendix Carry Holster for Women
    2:01

    Belly Band Holsters can be perfect for women who prefer not to wear belts or who spend a lot of time wearing clothing that does not include a belt. Similarly, carrying in the appendix position is a great way to conceal a defensive firearm without having to accommodate the shape of a woman’s hips or

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  • Advantages of Kydex and Leather Combination Holsters
    1:35

    Holsters made of a combination of kydex and leather are large and may appear uncomfortable and difficult to conceal. Rob Pincus explains the advantages of these holsters. They combine the comfort of wearing leather against the skin all day with the reliability and security of the plastic that Kydex provides, especially with respect to being

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  • Empty Chamber Carry
    3:13

    Rob Pincus discusses why it is important to carry your firearm responsibly, with the trigger area covered by a quality holster and a round chambered, prepared for defensive use.

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  • Kydex Outside the Waistband Holster
    2:30

    Factors that influence which Kydex outside the waistband holster you prefer include Kydex quality, ride height and cant. Rob Pincus presents another issue that isn’t talked about as much: the percentage of the gun’s profile that is off centerline and being pressed up against the body. When a greater percentage of the gun presses on

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