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Very much so a training issue. I myself am as active as you. I carry my other firearm in a crossbreed supertuck and can jog in that if I wanted to, very comfy. If you don't mind me asking what kind of holster do you use? I have not bought one or the clip yet for my LCP.
 

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Right now, I'm testing ThePocketHolster for a site sponsor, and have been enjoying it. It's a quality holster. It does need a long break in period, but wears in nicely.

You can read my reviews about it on their sponsor page.

http://elsiepeaforum.com/forum/index.php?topic=15586.0

Also have a mid-test update for it as well.

http://mymindwontstop.blogspot.com/2011/06/thepocketholster-testing-in-progress.html

Have been compiling some video here and there for an updated video review, but it's nowhere near ready.
 

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A company called techna clip has an LCP specific belt clip and was wondering if anyone has tried them out. I know I will hear from the folks that are on the belief that you have to use a pocket holster and I agree it is probably to safest and cleanest way to pocket carry your LCP. I am just wondering if anyone has tried it out yet. Thanks!!
I have used techna klips on 3 of my pistols for years....Springfield xd, Ruger ec9s and a Springfield micro compact 45. I find them very comfortable and secure. Never had a problem with them falling out or getting dirty. People seem to forget that safety lies between the ears and not on the gun or the holster. If you are the type to demand a safety lever on your gun or a cumbersome holster for safety, you probably should not be carrying a firearm in the first place.
 
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