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    Will a Glock 23 work in one of these ??


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    My Glock 19, which is the same size as a 23, fits very well. My only concern is the lack of trigger protection I mentioned in my earlier reply.

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    I have not personally tried these but am planning on ordering one. My manner of dress (western) tends to make it a bit of a challenge to conceal either one of my carry guns unless I want to go untucked. Has anyone else tried these or known someone who has? It just seems that it may work a little better seeing as how you could wear it multiple days w/o washing since it would go over your undergarments...

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    I have two of these, one black, one white and they are great. However, be careful if you have to run around much. My dog ran away through my neighborhood while i was wearing one with my g27. On my pursuit the glock somehow came out of the pocket/holster and was caught by my cover shirt that was tucked in right in front of my belly. This was really scary for me since I do carry with one in the pipe. It was also awkward walking through my neighborhood trying to figure out if i should re holster or leave it where it was before i got back home.

    I should try the pin that was mentioned earlier maybe that would help.

    I was not too happy with my dog.

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    I am a fan of 5.11 and have bought several items. I am curious to know where you folks buy on line. I have gone to LA police gear a bit. Anybody find good deals anywhere else?

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    I have one of these holster shirts. They work well, but they are very hot.
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    I have a white one that I wear quite often. I carry my LC9 when I jog with no problems. As others have said, be careful with heavier guns. I had my glock 19 fall out when I was doing laundry. Luckily I was at my house when it happened. My wife had a laugh and accused me of being overly protective of my laundry.

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    I have a black one, wear it on occasion, sometimes at church, with my Keltec P11 on left side, spare mag on right, works quite well
    good additional carry option
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    They have really large pockets. My Kahr CM9 feels like it's at the bottom of a deep hole in the shirt. I don't like them.

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    I like the concept but I am skeptical as to the accessibility of the firearm when fully dressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunGeezer View Post
    I like the concept but I am skeptical as to the accessibility of the firearm when fully dressed.
    It isn't as accessible as a belt holster, for sure.

    5.11 makes a button-up shirt with snaps that look like buttons, which makes it easier to access your weapon in the holster shirt.
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