Carrying concealed weapons can be a daunting task, especially for those who are new to the world of hidden objects. IWB covers (inside the waist) are the most uncomfortable because you have to put them in your pants and require you to wear pants that are one size larger than normal. This can create a painful hot spot due to the muzzle of the gun sinking into the pelvis. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make wearing it concealed while sitting for extended periods more comfortable. If you're new to carrying concealed weapons, investing in good quality face-to-face training is essential.
There are quite a few positions where you can wear it in a hidden way, and the cover you use can influence this. Adjusting the carrying position, paying attention to the size of the gun you're carrying, choosing the right case design, and being aware of what you're wearing can help you find the most comfortable concealed carrying configuration for you. René has been carrying concealed weapons on a daily basis for more than 8 years and has been the holder of a CHL (concealed weapons license) for more than 20 years. He recommends fastening your seatbelt as much as you need to keep your firearm securely embedded and concealable, while leaving enough space for your upper torso to move comfortably while you're carrying the gun. All bodies have different shapes, so there's no magic solution to comfortably wearing them in a hidden way. Consider taking some time to experiment with your own hiding limits, and be sure to watch the videos on the mechanics of concealment for examples of how to find the optimal hiding point for different body types.
One of the thinnest full-size pistols out there is less than an inch wide in the slide, but once again, the weight of the gun eclipses many of its advantages when it comes to carrying it in a hidden way. If you're still determined to carry hidden objects, you'll reach a point where you'll feel naked without your EDC. To find the most comfortable hidden transport configuration for you, try different positions to find the one that best suits your needs. With some experimentation and practice, you'll be able to find a comfortable way to carry concealed weapons.