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Old October 20, 2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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Do You Have an "At Home" Rig?

When out and about these days I typically open carry either my XD or my 1911 with a SERPA CQC belt holster. When the need calls for it and I need to go concealed I switch over to an Alessi PCH IWB holster.

When I arrive home, however, and I know that I'm most likely not going to be headed back out I switch over to my Bodyguard shoulder holster. I find that it is extremely comfortable for wearing around the house while doing such things as lounging in my recliner and visiting my favorite gun forums.

Unfortunately, I only have one of these awesome "after hours" rigs so I only can go with the 1911 and the XD never gets and love once I enter into my castle.

I get the impression that most who carry don't share thing type of behavior and instead just go with one holster. Anyone else switch up holsters at the end of the day?
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Old October 20, 2010, 08:59 PM   #2
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i carry my M&P 357 compact on me til i go in the house. once in there i mostly chill in my recliner. in the arm rest is where my M&P 40 lives when not in the bed side safe. from my chair i can see any thing coming in my front or back doors.
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