Step 5) Carry Position and Dominant Hand- Choose how you would to carry the holster on your belt and whether you shoot right handed or left handed.
- Dominant Side - Also known as strong side carry, is where you carry the firearm on the same hip as you dominant hand. If you are right handed, your holster will be on your right hip.
- Appendix - This is the most common concealed carry position, and is where you carry the firearm near your belly button.
- Cross Draw - This is where you use your dominant hand to reach across your body to draw the firearm. If you are right hand dominant, the holster will be on the left side of your body.
- Back - This is position is generally between 4:00 and 8:00 o'clock on your back. You can carry it anywhere between your hips.