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I have an Active wear belly band holster, courtesy of Dutchs, and I have not carried in condition one while using it primarily because of the material and although the trigger isn't exposed, I'd hate to shoot myself in my ass, legs, or foot while running or biking.laober said:Has anyone tried carrying a glock in a smart carry type "crotch" holster? I have my hesitations because I bend a lot at work, construction, but nothing else has proven comfortable for me. I am tired of using my lcp and leaving my glocks at home. Should a trigger cover be used with them since they are soft sided in a "vulnerable" area?
I thought about attaching an mic trigger guard and tie that around my gym short string, but haven't got around to it.
Either way the belly band has served my purpose well.
Over 20+ miles biking with it so far and 10 or so miles running. Iy has never slipped out or became loose from the velcro. I do not put the strap over the top of the gun, mainly because it WILL NOT fall out.
I have done rolls, jumping jacks, jump roped with it in and this thing is damn nice.
Other than running its mike p's owb and foxx trapp iwb condition one.
Never tried the crotch holster though.
Maybe a fanny pack? Put the pack around the back so no discomfort shall arise while bending or such.
Idk if you have concerns about your foreman asking questions or what but there are a few options you can go with.