dcrot1 wrote:Thanks for the info! I would say I have small to medium ankles so that trick might work for me also. Having never carried concealed (my LTC plastic should be in hand this week), I am exploring my options.... so any feedback helps!
As for the gun, I am super excited to get mine in and get to the range. I didn't really want to spend $600 on a small gun, but in the end.... after handling a few at a recent gun show I knew it was what I wanted. Everything in-hand felt just the way it should.....
My ankle holster was my primary until August 1st when campus carry began and my biggest threat became the time spent walking to and from classes and through parking lots. The ankle just doesn't help much in a quick situation. It is however much harder to detect than traditional holsters most even miss it with wands (I don't try this with places that are 30.06 posted obviously) and it is by far the most comfortable carry in my opinion.
When I knew I needed a quicker option tho, I decided on the DeSantis Pro Stealth for campus carry. Mostly I love how flexible it is. It's ambidextrous so I can set it up for IWB or OWB as well as right handed or small of the back which is a left handed set up. It also holds my spare magazine and has an optional (additional cost) and removable thumb break. Although I've only had it a short time, it's breaking in well and comfortable to wear so far.