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I am 5 ' 8", 170 lbs and carry my G21SF RTF2 either in a Galco Jackass Shoulder rig or in a Ramora holster behind my right hip depending on what I am wearing. I try to carry the largest frame weapon I can.
 

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Welcome to the forum. I have a G20 (similar in size to the G21) that I carry and I don't find it to big, but i am 6' and 265lb. A bigger guy can tend to make a larger pistol vanish a little more easily.
 

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javery5.0, As stated above, the larger you body frame is the easier it is to hide the Glock 21. I am 6"2"" tall and weigh about 220 and carry my 21 easily under my coat during the winter months but for summer I carry a Glock 19 because it conceals better under a light shirt. At home and through out the year, my 21 is always on my side.

Good Shooting,

Mike
 

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javery5.0, As stated above, the larger you body frame is the easier it is to hide the Glock 21. I am 6"2"" tall and weigh about 220 and carry my 21 easily under my coat during the winter months but for summer I carry a Glock 19 because it conceals better under a light shirt. At home and through out the year, my 21 is always on my side.

Good Shooting,

Mike
That is a great idea to have a summer Glock and a winter Glock. I wonder if I could pawn this excuse off on my wife. Then I could add another pistol to the stable.
 

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Don't forget spring and fall...
How could I forget Spring and Fall. I need to get to saving some money so I can have a different Glock for each season.
 

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That is a great idea to have a summer Glock and a winter Glock. I wonder if I could pawn this excuse off on my wife. Then I could add another pistol to the stable.

Here's the excuse..."Hon, as you know, a gun purchase is an important one, as it requires a portion of the budget. It's also very important to practice and become proficient with it so "OUR" purchase isn't a waste...And as "WE" practice, there will be some wear on the gun...to prevent it from wearing out too quick, "WE" should by a second one to balance out the wear and tear, and keep it at a minimum, so "WE" can practice more and keep "US" and them in tip-top shape in the event "WE" should ever need them..."

No guarantees here, guys...Don't quote me, and not responsible for individual results...lol...Try it at your own risk...
If it works, however, let us know...
 

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Truthfully, I'm blessed to have a wife who supports my firearm purchases...It wasn't always this easy, but over time she's learned what's going on with 2A issues, and we can all see the shape society is in, and how things are changing...
 

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Here's the excuse..."Hon, as you know, a gun purchase is an important one, as it requires a portion of the budget. It's also very important to practice and become proficient with it so "OUR" purchase isn't a waste...And as "WE" practice, there will be some wear on the gun...to prevent it from wearing out too quick, "WE" should by a second one to balance out the wear and tear, and keep it at a minimum, so "WE" can practice more and keep "US" and them in tip-top shape in the event "WE" should ever need them..."

No guarantees here, guys...Don't quote me, and not responsible for individual results...lol...Try it at your own risk...
If it works, however, let us know...
That is great.
 
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