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.