5 thoughts on “Concealed Carry Tips: AIWB vs IWB”

  1. Mouth Breather here with a comment on an observation. Your dedication to appendix carry shows in your very consistent times. Your traditional carry not so consistent. I wonder if that is a matter of consistent practice or the longer more complicated (more joints involved) of the traditional carry location.

    Just an observation. Love your thoughts. I haven’t made appendix work for a full sized gun for me yet, but carry a backup LCR there all the time.

    Thanks for the videos.

  2. Your alphabet abbreviations may be in vogue for insiders, but newcomers are constantly reminded that we are not all on the same page. I like some of your posts, but it’s tiring trying to decipher what you are trying to say with the abbreviations.

    1. I know, right?! It was sooooooo confusing when he clearly stated what those mystifying abbreviations were right at the start of the video. Shame on him!

      1. Don’t feel bad. I’m an insider and get confused by the acronyms. It’s always a word in progress. He does a good job of at least telling you what the acronyms mean at the front of the video. Most other videos just go on like you know what they know.

  3. Nicely done. You raised the only issue I have. That AIWB isn’t realistically “concealable” in actual business attire for many/most people. I appreciate (but aren’t surprised by) you not merely chanting the “hurr durr dress around the gun” BS.

    Do you have any thoughts on what sort of ratio of training for the two carry methods a person in that situation should do? Proportional to actual carry time?

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