If you don't mind me being so bold, what do you carry? How do you carry it? And how often do you carry?
Like I said, just last week, so not a whole lot to report. I have a similar IWB as you and have definitely experimented with it in the last month or so. Right hip is the most comfortable overall place so far (includes sitting down), but I have to wear a longer shirt, as I'm thinner (185lb 6'0), but with the holster above my front right pocket, Mexican style, or above back right pocket, it's more concealed. But again, a lot of that depends on clothing.
And also the gun. I'm using a glock 19 gen 4, which is considered compact, but it's definitely bigger than a Walther, which would be much more concealable. I just sold my Walther PPK too, really awesome gun though. Kind of regret selling it actually, but got a crazy good bid.
I'm not sure if I'm going to carry it everyday. I doubt it. Maybe someday. A lot of my friends do. I've NEVER been in a position where I felt I've needed a fucking gun to live, nor have I ever been witness to a school shooting, wishing I was packing. EVERYONE on a pistol forum will say "well ya never know." I haven't developed that philosophy yet. "Then why'd you get it?" I dunno, my buddy's friend taught a really cheap class and I went.
I go to the range or my buddy's land quite a bit to shoot. I swear, good 'ol beer cans still the most fun.
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