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PorkLover
02-08-2009, 10:05 AM
Hi Ladies,

I have a girlfriend that was actually approved for her ccw!......anyways, she currently uses a blackhawk cqc for ccw. She told me that she likes the holster but wants to know if there are others out there that is more suitable for ccw for a womans build. I think she said that she wants one that will conform more for her........any suggestions?....

Thanks......

emc002
02-08-2009, 11:11 AM
TT Gunleather makes very nice IWB, but I don't know many women that carry IWB or OWB for that matter.
I have two TT holsters and like them both. Equivalent to my Milt Sparks for less $$. Get the shark skin upgrade though.

If she's going to carry in her purse, she should get a purse specially made for that purpose. I forget the brand my wife has, but it works well.

Boatz
02-08-2009, 8:46 PM
take a look at the FIST holsters... I'm getting ready to order one of the ladyfists... (but its not iwb)

stormy_clothing
03-20-2009, 3:38 PM
my ex uses a gun clip because of a varying level of clothing she might wear in the day

domokun
03-20-2009, 5:32 PM
TT Gunleather makes very nice IWB, but I don't know many women that carry IWB or OWB for that matter.
I have two TT holsters and like them both. Equivalent to my Milt Sparks for less $$. Get the shark skin upgrade though.

If she's going to carry in her purse, she should get a purse specially made for that purpose. I forget the brand my wife has, but it works well.

+1 for the TT Gunleather holsters. They are very nice and well made. :thumbsup:

APNF128
05-25-2009, 12:57 PM
I too has CCW for 10yrs now. For the 1st two years I tried to carry my G-26 in all sort of configuration but nothing works simply because it's too bulky and heavy to be carried for civilian purpose all the time, until one day a wise old man suggested why not carry a S&W J-frame 15oz snubby revolver and just drop it in your pocket and true to his word I can carry it 18 hrs a day without even noticing and feeling it's in my pocket. The key to CCW is that it's with you all the time. Would rather carry a 5-shot revolver than 10 shot 40 cal that is at home or in your car most of the time because it's too heavy.