Thus may be in the wrong category. I may get placed on an insulin pump. I’m trying to figure out what adjustments I may have to make to how I carry. Currently I carry using an appendix holster. Where the infusion set goes is in the abdomen. I’m not a fan of behind the hip carry. Any suggestions?
I can recommend shoulder or ankle, depending where the pump is placed there could be other suggestions.
Why don’t you setup infusion set into the place which doesn’t interfere with your holster?
Today’s pumps don’t need to be placed at lower abdomen.
If you are comfortable with appendix carry, don’t change it.
Does the port have to be on your carry side?
Have you thought about a fanny pack?
Fanny pack is a good suggestion.
Not a fan of off the body.
You rotate the infusion site.
So this means you’d have to retrain muscle memory back and forth between two or more carry positions.
Not a good idea. You need 1 specific spot that your brain automatically knows to draw from. John, I think you maybe looking at a fanny pack or maybe an under arm holster. Ankle holsters are maybe not the best as your FIRST option for your EDC. Ankle carry may be better for acquiring your backup firearm.
While I prefer appendix carry. I like owb while wearing an over shirt for concealment.