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Places to carry a BUG.... thoughts??

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by glockguy, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. glockguy

    glockguy Albany Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I recently purchased a Sig P238 to use as a back up gun or as one to use when im jogging or making a quick trip to the store...

    I don't really care for pocket carry and i carry my main gun a G27 or Sig P239 .40 IWB at 3 O'clock. I was thinking of trying out an ankle holster (that would go on my left leg on the inside, so I could access it with my right hand)

    Also it is better to Carry a BUG or A few spare mags for your Primary? or do both?

    Let the suggestions Begin:)
     
  2. glockguy

    glockguy Albany Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Aiwb?
     
  3. millerda68

    millerda68 Hillsboro Member

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    Appendix iwb. Google it for some youtube demos.
     
  4. spengo

    spengo GLORIOUS CASCADIA Active Member

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    I've got a p238 too and I've been carrying in the pocket. Although it is comfortable, the draw is pretty lame. I've been thinking of picking up one of these:
    MiniTuck

    I'm used to carrying full size in an IWB so this should be great.
     
  5. darkminstrel

    darkminstrel PDX Well-Known Member

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    AIWB is my primary carry. Fastest response time from any draw situation I can imagine, and since it's a revolver I don't have to worry about a safety or malfunction. Were I to carry a BuG it would be an auto in a slightly larger calibre, SoB carry.
     
  6. oregonshooter

    oregonshooter AMERICA Member

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    AOWB, handing off a magazine to your wife for backup doesn't work as well as a BUG.
     
  7. mortre

    mortre Yelm, WA Active Member

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    Weak side hip or cross draw. I have plenty of weak side hip holsters from when I broke my strong side hand. Only downside to this is that the significant other might call you "gunslinger" or "Tex" :bluelaugh:
     
  8. claypigeon

    claypigeon Salem Member

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    I don't have any suggestions for a BUG but I use a smart carry w/P380 for when I am walking the dogs or jogging/running. Works great for athletic attire as there is no weight on you shorts/pants to pull them down. Stays put even when running. No bouncing or flopping around. Not the gun anyways.