Cover garments/dressing around your CCW and EDC gear

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    ^ He just HAS to be a plumber!
    "Mind own business"
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadRunner71 View Post
    ^ He just HAS to be a plumber!
    Hope he used some of the money he put in the bike to upgrade the shocks.
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    You guys North of Florida have it easy

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    I can conceal my G19 under pretty much anything. I have a Galco IWB holster, belly band and OWB holster for a variety of carry methods. I can wear gym shorts and no shirt and conceal my G19.

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    I carry a G26 under a T shirt with no problems here in FL. I have noticed that the color or pattern of the shirt or T Shirt can make a big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMac View Post
    Here's how to tell your biker cover garments aren't working...

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    I dunno, I can't see him printing a weapon... apparently his garments are working for him!
    It could be worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oakchas View Post
    I dunno, I can't see him printing a weapon... apparently his garments are working for him!
    Hint: he has a special hiding place - between his cheeks.

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    and here I sit conversing with you guys.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadsnugun View Post
    I wear a vest as a matter of course when it gets to the cooler months...wool vest..., well dressed Stetson, with a conservative flannel shirt and jeans. In my opinion, it really dresses up the shirt/pants combo and adds an air of dignity to an otherwise plain outfit.

    ...maybe I'm just naive...
    You need to consider regional differences. In Colorado where you live it looks dignified. In New York, Boston or DC, they'd assume you were going for an audition with The Village People.

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    I wear a vest sometimes but it isn't a "Tactical" or "Photographer" vest. I wear Columbia or Northface vests similar the ones in this link Big and Tall Work Vests at Draft Horse Clothing Co.!


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    I'm an Analyst/Programmer. Dress code for my workplace is pretty loose, IT casual most of the time so I can usually go with IWB and an untucked shirt for my Warthawg or my Pro Carry II. For meetings where I need to dress more formally I wear CCW Breakaway trousers.
    CCW Breakaways.com

    They are spendy but well worth the price. They hide any pistol I own (except my S&W 460), they look good, and they allow fast access to my weapon. This is a far better solution than the ankle holster I used to go with.

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    J.I.T. slide holster with either the LCR or PM9 at 2:30 or 3 oclock. I buy my T-Shirts a little larger than necessary so they are baggy/loose fitting. They cover just fine. Might print a little if I bend over or lean certain ways, but I don't care. If the weather is cool, tuck in the T-shirt and cover with a large/loose fitting henley or button up canvas shirt or jacket.
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    I use a Carhartt vest.

    The inside pocket is perfect for a S&W snubbie

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    I bought an EOTAC coyote brown vest about a week ago for IDPA matches. Once I tried it on, I noticed that I could conceal every pistol I own (not all at one time) under this thing and it still looks good and is very comfortable. I have been wearing it ever since I took it out of the package and I don't think it screams "I have a gun!" so I just keep wearing it. It does look a little military-ish, but there are no ar15 mag pouches on it or stuff like that, just four large pockets all the same size. It may look a little weird since no one in Alabama wears a vest, but I like it and I'm going to keep wearing it. Plus EOTAC has gone out of business and I got it at more than half price. Score!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene83 View Post
    Too bad it doesn't seem to be available in Vol orange.
    LOL!!!
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