Perplexing problem with tuckable carry options

Perplexing problem with tuckable carry options

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    Perplexing problem with tuckable carry options

    These IWB kydex holster like the Kingtuk or Old Faithful or others are great for wearing as a tuckable because your shirt tucks in behind the belt clips which is great....love it....

    Now what do I do with my double mag holder which is not tuckable?

    So if I tuck my weapon but can't tuck my mags...am I concealed? Duh !!!!

    I'll need to spend the night at a Holiday Inn Express and figure this out.....
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    you get a tuckable mag holder. FoxX makes some. Otherwise, find an alternative location for your mags. Sometimes with my Nano, I just carry a spare mag in my weak side front pocket (loose fitting cargo shorts)
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    Not that great idea to carry a second mag in a pocket. Lint, foreign matter can foul it. You forget and put keys, coins in pocket. Orientation isn't reliable. For third or reload mag it's probably OK. Look at a Kytex magazine KYTEX Shooting Gear | Shooting Accessories for Competition, Carry & Duty, it's the slimmest mag holder I've seen and can be worn unobtrusively with a loose cover shirt. I don't think having visible 'gear', mags is violating a CC rule, check your state law.
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    Replace your mag holder with one that has tuckable clips.
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    Carry them in one of those fancy schmancy dolled up leather carriers with a snap cover.


    I saw somewhere that a guy carried one in an unused cell phone pouch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoveman View Post
    Carry them in one of those fancy schmancy dolled up leather carriers with a snap cover.


    I saw somewhere that a guy carried one in an unused cell phone pouch.
    You know I was thinking about that very thing.........would be the perfect cover....I used to carry a LCP in a cell phone case.
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    You should be able to find either a tuckable mag pouch or one that doesn't look as obvious. I use a Safariland horizontal mag pouch and it isn't obvious to others what it is. Could be a flashlight, utility knife/tool, or something else. You could also switch to a single magazine and get a pocket mag carrier to make sure lint and other debris doesn't get inside.

    Or.. you could just use one of these and no one would know the difference

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    Affix a small plastic character head to the bottom of the magazines and if anyone asks you can say they are Pez dispensers, and no they can't have any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    Affix a small plastic character head to the bottom of the magazines and if anyone asks you can say they are Pez dispensers, and no they can't have any.
    Now I don't care who you are....that's funny.....
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    Many of the larger cloth folding knife holsters will accommodate a double stack magazine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Many of the larger cloth folding knife holsters will accommodate a double stack magazine.
    Yep...long time ago got a few of those fabric fold over top with velcro closures but they are single mag holders and I don't like them that much but I may have to use them when I tuck it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerJ View Post
    Not that great idea to carry a second mag in a pocket. Lint, foreign matter can foul it. You forget and put keys, coins in pocket. Orientation isn't reliable. For third or reload mag it's probably OK.
    I don't have an issue pocketing a spare mag. I carry my wallet in my weak side front pocket, and a magazine stands up just fine next to it with the bullets forward just like they're supposed to be.

    The one thing that I do worry about is exposed lead from the hollowpoint rounds in the same place all the time, I wonder if I'm exposing myself to lead contamination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerJ View Post
    I don't think having visible 'gear', mags is violating a CC rule, check your state law.
    Also, sometimes being legal isn't the only reason to conceal...


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    I ran across an interesting concealed mag holder on www.snagmag.com. It makes your mag appear like a clip on knife or something like. Thinking about ordering one to try out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    You know I was thinking about that very thing.........would be the perfect cover....I used to carry a LCP in a cell phone case.
    I carry mine in a gerber holder. No ones anymore the wiser

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