Concealed carry issue with clothing type

This is a discussion on Concealed carry issue with clothing type within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thanks guys, I am going to try out a couple of your suggestions. 5.11 is still a little short for me so that is not ...

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    Thanks guys, I am going to try out a couple of your suggestions. 5.11 is still a little short for me so that is not an option. I carry an FNP-40 so pocket carry is also out. I will be buying a SW J-frame but have to wait a couple more months for my bonus. I am going to try a couple of different tuck-able holsters and see how much it is to have a shirt tailored. I'll keep you posted. Thanks again

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    Lot of good suggestions here that are worth considering. The only thing I can add is to try different things. You will probably change your mind several times before you get a method perfected that you are happy with on a daily basis.
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    Check the NRA store for a shirt with magnets i the front placket.
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    and this one too:
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    I echo the option that you might want to try a tuckable holster. You won't have to alter drastically what you wear and from my experience it's comfortable with the right holster and the right belt. I usually IWB carry and several of my holsters are also tuckable. I like being able to carry while wearing a pair of dress slacks and a dress shirt without having to worry about wearing a sport coat all the time and without having to worry about having all of my dress shirts altered.
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