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An­other con­cern when car­ry­ing con­cealed in a crowd is con­stantly bump­ing into other peo­ple as you make your way through the event.

If you are car­ry­ing con­cealed but out­side the waist­band, you run the risk of your firearm mak­ing con­tact with other peo­ple. De­pend­ing on the venue, this could be un­nerv­ing for the other per­son.

As re­spon­si­ble gun own­ers, we want to present a pos­i­tive im­age to oth­ers. When I know I will be in a crowd—and even in most sit­u­a­tions—I pre­fer to carry in­side the waist­band. It is still easy to get to; there is less “print­ing” and less chance of an un­com­fort­able en­counter. Hol­sters such as the new Sa­far­i­land model 17 and 17T are ex­cel­lent min­i­mal­ist con­cealed-carry choices.

The Sa­far­i­land Model 17 (left) and its tuck­able ver­sion, the 17T (right). Both are lightweight for those look­ing for min­i­mal­ist, lightweight con­cealed-carry op­tions.

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