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    Default P07 - AIWB options and question

    I am looking at changing my carry position to AIWB (normally carry 3 o'clock ish IWB)

    So many options out there - which one did you pick and why?

    From time to time I carry my '07 in my Ross IWB (works well enough - but not exactly the right tool for the job)

    Then a stupid question / comment : It hit me yesterday whilst driving - the seatbelt goes over the pistol in the AIWB carry position hampering access. Just more training to be done in that position, or am I doing it wrong? Shift the belt just a little higher?

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    Before I sold the P07 it was in a Quantum Chameleon.

    The seatbelt runs over the belt line, so the blaster is clear. Just make sure as a habit to clear your shirt from under the seatbelt as you put the seatbelt on.

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    quantum carry

    when carrying AIWB remember to pull your pants up before sitting or driving
    this allows the FA to sit high and comfortable, allows for easy draw

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Vier View Post
    It hit me yesterday whilst driving - the seatbelt goes over the pistol in the AIWB carry position hampering access. Just more training to be done in that position, or am I doing it wrong? Shift the belt just a little higher?
    Shift the belt lower that it goes over your hips/groin area and over the lower part of the pistol as well. That causes the pistol grip to lean outward. You could try to lift the pistol slightly out of the holster - my leather holsters allow for it.

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    After 4 different holsters I found the quantum carry to be the best. Now so comfortable I forget that I am carrying some times.

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    What everyone else said... WRT

    Quantum Carry.
    Shift pants up a bit so that the seat-belt runs over the frame\slide area of the FA, and the FA sits more comfortably.
    Pull shirt out over the seat belt.
    Walk softly, and carry a big stick.
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence is therefore not an act, but a habit." Aristotle

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    Quote Originally Posted by Psychosis View Post
    Pull shirt out over the seat belt.
    Do this. Every. Single. Time.

    I still screw it up on bad mornings. I have to make a conscious effort to make it a subconscious action.

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    i love my quantum AIWB with the claw... i have been in contact with mathew from quantum for a AIWB with Mag holder called the centerline. You can check it out on his website/fb page. The holster should launch in +-a months time. Cant wait to get my hands on one of them.

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    Default Re: P07 - AIWB options and question

    Thanks gents, Quantum seems to be the winner here.

    Thank you for the seat belt tips.

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