I had Baby Girl and all of her new holsters, so I wanted to try them out. Though we didn't plan on our range time becoming BUG day, it did. She carries a .38 revolver and Baby Girl is a .32. Look at the size difference!
|Apparently, the Beretta is more of a "micro" gun.|
|(For the record, I *hate* having my picture taken)|
After a few round from the day pack, I slipped the Remora into my bra, under my armpit, where the gun would rest if I had a shoulder holster. Other than one pokey area that I'll snip and cover with moleskin, it was unbelievably comfortable. Tara went to the car for something and I slipped Baby Girl into the holster without telling her. I then shot her revolver, with my gun holstered, without a problem. I wasn't sure how I would do with a gun tucked under my armpit, but it was still super comfortable.
|Baby Girl tucked under my left arm. No printing and very comfortable.|
The only holster we did not try out was the Pistol Wear, as it's still far too big for the gun. I need to buy some velcro or figure out how to make a pouch to keep her from "sloshing" around in the pocket of the holster. Once I get it modified, I think it will be a good way to carry under my work clothes, if for some reason I don't want to tuck the Remora.
Overall, I'm excited about my new carry options. No, the Beretta's not a "big" gun, and not a typical defensive caliber, but it's an excellent "get outta my face" gun and I can carry her in "deep" concealment comfortably.
And just because I love these pictures I took of Tara, here are some gratuitous "Tara Janzen embracing her inner Skeeter Bang" pictures.