Appendix Carry in IDPA: 2/3rds of the Members Say Yes

In the final quarter of 2021, the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) released a survey regarding the topic of appendix carry in IDPA. The results are in and the majority says yes!

Appendix carry (AIWB) is the practice of carrying a firearm forward of the hip bones, for example at the 1 o’clock position. It’s an extremely popular method for carrying a concealed firearm. In fact, the history of AIWB dates back for as long as people have been carrying firearms. As such, it would make sense for the defensive shooting sport to allow AIWB.

Unfortunately, there were some pretty significant road blocks to getting appendix carry in IDPA. Members of the sport’s leadership were openly critical of the idea, going so far as to say it will “never happen.” But near the end of 2021 it appeared like something had changed.

Shortly after Thanksgiving, competition shooters started posting about a survey on IDPA’s website about allowing AIWB in the sport. News spread rapidly, with state and national champions encouraging their follows to participate. The fact that IDPA’s leadership was willing to hear from their members on this issue was encouraging for a lot of shooters.
Source: Tactical Life
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