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Old 10-17-2019, 04:50 PM
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Ok so how would you carry when wearing overalls?
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When you say "overalls", do you mean "bibs"?

If so, I wear my gun the same as I always do, AIWB. Still quick and easy to get to and hidden all that much better.
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In my "Bibs"....I use a sticky holster in a pocket with S&W M60..
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When you say "overalls", do you mean "bibs"?

If so, I wear my gun the same as I always do, AIWB. Still quick and easy to get to and hidden all that much better.
How do you without a belt ?
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How do you without a belt ?
I wear my pants "under" my bibs.

If I was just going to wear my bibs, without pants, Id use my Smart Carry.
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ankle holster.
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Pocket holster or belly band/back brace.
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I wear overalls for hot , dirty, nasty jobs during the summer. Like bailing hay and cutting brush.
I dont wear long pants under them, or a belt. Just overalls, a cotton shirt, and muck boots.
It would be very hard to carry a gun in those conditions. Perhaps in a bandoleer holster.

In comparison, I wear overalls a lot during the winter, and I wear regular jeans, or cargo pants under them.
In that case it is easy to carry a pistol OSWB, strong side.
Coveralls even have a access slot to allow you to reach through, and pull you gun out.
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Learned something new today.

I had NEVER heard of anyone wearing extra pants under bib “overalls”. Maybe long johns, but not pants.

If it’s cold enough for two layers of pants, people here go to “coveralls”, so the top is included.

I think we need tactical bibs...zip off lower legs, and a zip on jacket like how motorcycle gear works. Be a good alternative to the tactical kilt.
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Bibs are colder weather gear for us. Unless you're in an open machine, they are all unlined too. The lined bibs are WAY to warm if you're on the ground doing things.

I dont put my silks on until it gets below freezing. So the bibs over my pants are usually just right for working outside all day. Layering is what its all about. They make for a nice windbreak too.

Nice thing about them too is, at the end of the day, you can take the bibs off and youre still clean for the ride home.

Dont normally wear them in the summer/warmer weather though. Too hot, even just by themselves.
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I normally wear regular pants when going to town so concealed carry is a leather DeSantis holster; but when working on my property, I wear bib overalls so I use a tanker rig nylon Bianchi shoulder holster in open carry unless I need to cover up with a heavy coat for warmth.

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Ok so how would you carry when wearing overalls?
The only "pants" I have are overalls. I have two different CC options I use.

Sticky holster in my pocket with an LCP2.

FDO Industries IWB holster with the 'claw' feature. I clip it just in front of the buttons on the side of the overalls (the ones for size adjustments) the claw goes just behind the buttons and snugs the holster up close to me. Fill it with a Glock 17 then clip 2 spare mags on my left side again next to the buttons and cover with a light vest.
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shoulder holster under work shirt over bibs.
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carrying under the bib works for me. centrally placed in a belly band i can draw with either hand. if by "overalls" you meal a jump suit type I just cut one seam in a pocket and fihish it to make a slit I can draw thru. For those that sew, there is a pattern company called safe-t-pockets that has clothing designed with concealed pockets any of which can be used for concealed carry with minor modification. Think outside the box!
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If you mean farmer John type bib overalls, there must be a million ways but then it has been two or three decades since I've worn a pair.
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