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Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt #7151300
04/25/18 02:42 PM
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Where do you guys conceal if you have a tucked in shirt? I don't really want to carry in my pocket, but may have to. Thought about my boot but hard to get to if I really needed it.
Any thoughts?

Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151308
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Shoulder rig. Period. My Walther is tucked up under my armpit and can't be seen easily. It's both a CC (with a jacket) or open carry, both ways legal. I've been wearing it everywhere for a couple of weeks and it's all good.


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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151324
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Maybe appendix carry

Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151327
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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151337
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IWB holster with the shirt tucked over it. The belt clips are seen, but are not noticed. If you want to go 100% unnoticed, then wear a belt under your pants, and the holster attached to that, and your pants and belt over that. I know guys who do this.



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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: ChadTRG42] #7151374
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Originally Posted By: ChadTRG42
IWB holster with the shirt tucked over it. The belt clips are seen, but are not noticed. If you want to go 100% unnoticed, then wear a belt under your pants, and the holster attached to that, and your pants and belt over that. I know guys who do this.


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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151375
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Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe IWB plenty of videos online with reviews of it tucked.

Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151388
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Glock 26 or 23, appendix carry with a tuckable holster.


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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151430
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I've tried several different varieties of IWB holsters with tuckable clips. Some of them worked pretty good, like a JM Custom Kydex AIWB with a tuckable clip that goes between pants and a velcro lined belt. Not a fan of tuckable belt clips that are clearly visible, in my mind that's not concealed. Others will obviously disagree, that's up to you to decide.

Ultimately, I ended up just getting a SmartCarry and wearing it in the normal behind the hip IWB position, with the grip above the belt line. It's the most comfortable, concealable and secure option for me. AIWB is a miracle worker with an untucked shirt, but I'm skinny so if there's a shirt tucked over it leaves a weird bump that's hard to miss on my waistline. I suspect any belly band would do the same as what I'm doing with a SmartCarry. Just put the shirt right over the top of it and tuck it in. There's no practical difference between that and a holster with a tuckable clip.

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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151453
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I use OWB with untucked shirt or shirt in and a dress coat most times . Just remember you carry it where you can draw without problems extremely quick ! Most important is never wait until your opponent is on top of you meaning within arms reach . Figure out your comfort zone distance and let that be your protection area . If a person is within arms reach that is too close !! There are also ankle holsters available and those are usually for a backup . Choose wisely and smart . A few extra seconds can cause your life . Think of a person that weights 50-100 lbs more than you , or a muscle man like the hulk , or a person a foot taller than you are . They can over power you in seconds with strength and just plain fright . Be safe , be aware of all your surrounding and never walk on the same side as your CC close to anyone . If your RH draw and your walking with the wife or friend have them walk on your left side and vice-versa if your LH draw . Be alert at ALL times !!


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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151509
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I have to go tucked in 4-5 days a week and have to be 100% concealed so I go pocket carry.

I too don't like the clips when tucked in. That's not concealed to me.

If you look at the Smart Carry route (not a bad idea) I like the 3-Speed Holster better. Same concept, but better design if you're going behind the hip. Smart carry works pretty well (comfortable and concealed) for what it's intended for, but it's not a fast draw.

Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151518
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I quit worrying about it and just open carry, concealed in the summer is a pain in the arse.


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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: HWY_MAN] #7151536
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Originally Posted By: HWY_MAN
I quit worrying about it and just open carry, concealed in the summer is a pain in the arse.


Problem is I am allowed to carry for work, they just want it concealed carry when I am on the clock.

Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151825
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Originally Posted By: kwrhuntinglab
Problem is I am allowed to carry for work, they just want it concealed carry when I am on the clock.


I may have missed it but you did not mention the pistol/revolver you are trying to conceal and it matters when total concealment is considered.

I have a similar situation for carry where I wear shirt & tie without coat, tucked into dress pants. I use my Taurus TCP 380 Auto (same size as LCP or 3AT) with the Bulldog holster it came with. The black case works with black or navy dress pants and I even have a denim case for "dress" jeans with a shirt tucked in. I've never had anyone notice the case. Draw from it is very quick if you follow the instructions, as quick as any other holster.

I bought TCPs chambered in both 32 & 380 Auto, my wife bought a 32 Auto pinky.



Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151877
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They also make a day planner carrier that has a holster in it. I carried one of these on occasion to meetings or times where I didn't carry IWB. It works well, and most people don't even think about it.



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Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7151971
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Front or rear pocket carry with a .380 is what I finally settled on.

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I wear khakis and a tucked in tailored white shirt everyday. I carry a 5” Les Baer 1911 in a Crossbreed holster on a Wilderness Instructor belt against my skin. Tuck the shirt in as normal and blouse it a bit all around. The pants and outer belt need to be +4”.

Re: Concealed Carry with Tucked In Shirt [Re: kwrhuntinglab] #7152086
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511 under shirt w built in holster


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