show your concealment holsters>>

show your concealment holsters>>

This is a discussion on show your concealment holsters>> within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; just thought i would show my first holster made by Blackhawk, its not the most expensive (actually under $20 but does the job fine and ...

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    show your concealment holsters>>

    just thought i would show my first holster made by Blackhawk, its not the most expensive (actually under $20 but does the job fine and is really comfortable) very happy with it...
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    M&P 40c with CTC grip in a custom kydex. 15 deg cant.

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    This thread should probably be moved to Holster category.

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    I love this rig
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    Bill: I like your mag holder, who makes it?
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    How do you conceal with a tucked in shirt
    I have yet to be attacked by a block of ballistic gelatin but.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by MelloYello View Post
    Bill: I like your mag holder, who makes it?
    Give Mitchell an e mail with what you want he will custom make it for you.
    His prices are great and you won't be disappointed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defensive007 View Post
    How do you conceal with a tucked in shirt
    Various holster-makers use "tuckable" belt/pants clips, to aid concealment when wearing a tucked-in shirt.

    These clips allow the user to tuck their shirt/shirt-tail between the holster and the clip.

    Clip designs also vary - both "J"-shaped clips (transferring the weight of the rig to the pants/shorts, but "J-hooking" the belt to prevent the holster from withdrawing with the gun, on the draw-stroke) as well as "C"-shaped clips (keeping the weight of the rig on the gunbelt, with the top of the "C," and preventing the holster from withdrawing on the draw-stroke with the bottom of the "C"), and even clips that utilize a VELCRO backing mated to a similar strip on the back of the belt, allow for further enhancement in concealment.

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    Pm9 in a Minituck. Very comfy and easy to conceal
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    Not to burst a bubble here...but there is a thread on the holster fourm here titiled Lets see how you carry concealed. Just like this thread. Its a sticky at the top of the page.
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    Springfield 9mm in MTAC and Kahr 45 in a mini-tuck.

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    This sits directly behind my right hip pocket. It's very comfortable to wear.

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    Galco concealable belt holster. And yes i know thats not how its supposed to be worn but it works better for me that way.


    Cobra gunskin holster iwb. This is a great holster and conceals better than my galco but it doesnt have the forward cant that my galco has and isnt as secure to my belt either.

    Im looking for an iwb hokster with a forward cant but i do not want a huge rig like the king tuk or comptac mtac. Anyone have any suggestions?

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