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Getting T-boned in my personally-freshly-waxed police car changed my life in many ways. The damage it caused eventually forced me to be retired from a job I truly loved. Today I’m in better shape than most; I work really hard at keeping my “machine” running as best I can. One of the many things I had to give up as a result of the crash, though, was carrying concealed inside-the-waistband (IWB). Post-crash, I used to be able to tough it out for an hour or so, but eventually it produced so much pain, I had to stop. No big deal you say, just switch to a belt holster. But living in Southern California, I was having to get more creative for outside carry. The old IWB would make it easier for a skinny guy like me to hide big guns under my T-shirts.

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