By Massad Ayoob

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest publication of hid Carry, Massad Ayoob covers pocket holsters, drawing from the pocket, firing from the pocket and tactical concerns for this mode of hid hold.

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The history of the Old West tells us that Luke Short carried his Colt Thunderer double-action 41 in a leather-lined hip pocket, and used that combination to outdraw and kill a gunman deemed much more dangerous than he, “Long-Haired Jim” Courtright. Famed lawman Dallas Stoudenmire carried a pair of short-barrel Smith & Wesson single action, top-break 44s in special pants, whose hip pockets he had likewise had lined with leather by an obliging tailor. Today, the leather-lined pocket has gone the way of the dodo bird.

I know the Chief, and he is delighted to have such a true “human resource” available to the residents of his community. A lot has changed in the nearly 40 years since I started in this field. A lot happened before that, of course, but I see the next major steps coming in the immediate future. People are tired of being victimized by people who use guns and other weapons illegally. And people are tired of being victimized by anti-gun advocates and the laws and rules for which they are responsible.

Concealed Carry Clothiers has reinforced side pockets for small handguns in their line of vests made especially for CCW carriers. Nor have pants pockets been neglected. For decades, the troopers of a certain state have been issued two handguns, one full size and one small. The full-size gun, of course, went in a uniform belt holster. The smaller was carried in a side trouser pocket: mandatory, no exceptions. The pants were ordered with one reinforced pocket from the uniform manufacturer. Over the years, many a trooper in that state was saved by this little pants pocket hideout.

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