Spellign Bee Champ
Watching '70s movies, I thought it was cool. But, is it practical?
I personally like the lcp its a small but effective ccw, not much difference between the 9mm and 380acp but muzzle velocity a few feet per second, they use the same bullets .355 as well. Matched with ftx or critical defense bullets they are formidable. The uncle mikes sidekick holster has a rentention strap, and stays well in place, no chance of losing it. I use one, and so does my other half. They lc9 would probably work equally well, I just haven't gotten one for my collection yet.Thanks for the comments. The reason I asked was that I've been practicing with a IWB for my SR9C and while I can live with it, I thought it's far from perfect. Maybe, I should get a LC9 instead and a better holster.
First time I saw someone ankle carry was the Popeye Doyle character with his revolver:
Bingo! These are the two reasons I'm slowly looking for an ankle gun.I think it could be practical in like two ways.
1. As a back up to your primary.
2. Maybe you are in a situation where that is the only way to carry.
I personally wouldn't because bending over and lifting pants up and then trying to grab a gun isn't exactly the most efficient when it comes to speed and ease of access