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    Default Front pocket recommendations

    Looking for some recommendations. I wear dress slacks and a button up tucked in to work every day. Have to be on project sites in rough parts of town and would like to carry on me, not just the center council. Here's the problem. Ankle holster, forget it. Tried my S&W bodyguard and is a definite no go. If I wore a jacket all the time my xdm sub compact 9mm would be great, but I can't.

    Fact of the matter is neither option works and the only feasible option I've explored is a small pocket gun. Not a huge fan so far but have not done a large amount of due diligence. Thought I would ask the experts. I'd prefer 380 minimum, I've heard 22 claims of stopping power but have a hard time believing it. It's difficult to go from having a 9mm with capacity to a two shot 22..

    I'm open to all feedback.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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    The body guard wont fit in your front pocket?
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    It will not due to body type and the slacks.

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    Bummers how about a ruger lcp?
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    I don't know about your particular situation. Depending on which state you are in and reciprocation with your home state, is open carry an option?

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    Have a ruger LCP 9mm and still is too obvious. Need something smaller with a holster that makes it appear to be a money clip or cell phone..

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    Open carry is not an option, concealed carry is also frowned upon within my organization so discretion is highly important.

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    Very interesting, slow draw with having to drop the handle but will do some homework on it. Thank you

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    Another option may be the taurus curve.
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