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IWB Holsters

This is a discussion on IWB Holsters within the LCP Accessories forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; OK, I give up. I have been carrying an LCP for about three years. I have tried using an IWB holster but I cannot overcome ...

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  1. #1 IWB Holsters 
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    OK, I give up. I have been carrying an LCP for about three years. I have tried using an IWB holster but I cannot overcome one problem. How do you keep your pants from falling down when you pull your gun? I carry the gun in my right front pocket of my pants, but that is where I have carried everything like keys, change, and a pocket knife for my whole life. I'd like to get that back.
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    I have no answer to your question.....not a problem for me.

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    Welcome from northwest Louisiana!
    I carry IWB and have no problems when using a good belt.

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    If you use Kydex, it won't crush after removing your pistol. Pants should stay up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pennsy View Post
    If you use Kydex, it won't crush after removing your pistol. Pants should stay up.
    Good point......OP question answered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pennsy View Post
    If you use Kydex, it won't crush after removing your pistol. Pants should stay up.
    Very good point I agree.(old thread) Kydex will not collapse while in pocket. I used to be reluctant to use a Kydex but have one for my EC9s and S&W 642 for the pocket if needed(seldom have the EC9s in pocket these days) and one I use IWB. I still do not know why the pants falling down is a issue. I use a belt.
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    I carried IWB for years and just cinched my belt tight enough to support everything. The small, light guns are no problem but full sized service guns are another matter & too uncomfortable for me.
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    I have to wear a belt when carrying IWB, which isn’t very often. My preference is pocket carry and I just move keys knives etc. to the other pocket.
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    And when not carrying iwb, no belt.....that's strange to my way of thinking.
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    When I was young I could get away without a belt. Those days are gone.
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