I have just received, mailed direct from China - a 'belly band' holster to try with my range target pistols. - I bought from their trademe NZ Auction site a low cost medical quality? nylon webbing Belly Band advertised as good for various sized pistols .. thinking that you can't go far wrong at nz$40. as such a flexible belt/band could also be used for security of valuables if needed when travelling.
I must be right on the waist size limit at 40 inches ..
- It is very good. - I've been wearing my Glock 19X around the house for some hours dry-firing training on a warm sunny day and it's very comfortable. - if worn under loose clothing for "carry" in U S - I'd say this sort of equipment would answer a lot of issues. Take a look at what is available ..
I have no connection nor prior experience with this business.
Thirty odd years ago a lot of the guys shooting IPSC liked to wear camo gear .. I guess that genuine military stuff is hard wearing when you need to crawl under a cargo-net then race from start position to firing box & throw yourself down prone to shoot weak-handed in the dirt - but frankly jeans, joggers and a comfortable padded full-sleeved top are just as good - without pretending to be a SAS reservist fresh from Afghanistan.
The best camouflage clothing for keeping a low profile is what everyone else is wearing .. decent quality dull casual. - But PLEASE avoid jandals or 'flipflops' at all times as these will handicap anything that you try to do - they are great for tripping you up & sprained ankles .. Burn them.
Down here the wearing of camouflage clothing on range is now banned by Pistol NZ anyway.
- Bearing in mind that in New Zealand you now need to register a plastic handle for a soft-air toy gun with the police .. how much longer do you think will our police permit the uncontrolled sale of cordless chainsaws to the public?
18 volts of portable decapitation action for under $200 ..
When are 'they' going to ban these?
- Life is good .. and getting better EVERY day ,