Concealed Carry Basics: Drawing from concealment at the AIWB position

Today’s video we’re going over how I draw my gun. I’ve tried over the years to make this movement as simple as possible and remove unnecessary steps from my draw.

The video I reference is this one: Appendix Carry 101.

Concealed Carry Advice: How to deal with printing

Is printing as big a deal as people seem to think it is? Signs point to “no.”

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Living with AIWB: Go for a walk

In today’s video, I don’t shoot anything, I don’t review any gear, I just…walk. But the point here is to address the people who’ve commented on my videos that “appendix carry isn’t comfortable for all day wear.” To which I say “bollocks” because if I can walk 7 miles in under 2 hours with a gun at the AIWB position and no undershirt, then it’s perfectly comfortable.

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Living with appendix carry

I received an interesting comment the other day on my “Five tips for smart concealed carry” video. The commenter said “I’d like to see you drive a car with that rig” which I thought was odd, because I’ve done 8 hour road trips with that rig. But because I understand that this is the internet, and you must show people, I decided to do a fun little video about living with AIWB.

So I drove my car to get coffee and donuts.

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