Offical Wal-Mart Walk Photo Style!

This is a discussion on Offical Wal-Mart Walk Photo Style! within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Datsun40146 I can get it through the top of my shirt very quickly if I need to. That picture was taken for ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Datsun40146 View Post
    I can get it through the top of my shirt very quickly if I need to. That picture was taken for demo purposes. Glad you guys liked them.
    Well, the cop at our school sews the buttons to the outside of his shirt and has velcro underneath...for a quicker draw...just an idea.
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    Congrars and good luck.

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    I'm guessing you get asked for ID often!!!!!

    When I saw the pic I assumed it was your kid just fooling around....Damn I'm getting old..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Well, the cop at our school sews the buttons to the outside of his shirt and has velcro underneath...for a quicker draw...just an idea.
    Velcro works, but I've also heard of people sewing 'fake buttons' on top, and using those small sewn in magnets to hold the shirt together at the top.

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    Or you can buy the new craze....snap button shirt.....but yea gratz on the walk.
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    Jeez guys cut me some slack, not everyone here has gray hair or has just celebrating their 50th birthday HaHa!. Heck, I just turned 22 in Feb.
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    I have to say, so far this is the best Walmart walk so for. Great job!

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    That was excellent! Congrats!
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    Welcome to the fold.

    Good Report except I spied something that you missed, there was 357 SIG on the shelf as well as the .25 Auto that you mentioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Well, the cop at our school sews the buttons to the outside of his shirt and has velcro underneath...for a quicker draw...just an idea.
    yep, we actually have zippers on our duty uniform shirts to access BUGs, sewing buttons on outside and putting velcro on inside or snap buttons on inside is easy and cheap
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    What's the rig under your shirt? Always looking to buy another holster, much to my wife's chagrin.

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    That would be my Kangaroo Holster. Here is a shot of it.


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    The strap is an optional accessory. I believe I paid 30 dollars or so for it,shipped. Its very comfortable, however its really only appropriate for deep concealment/work environments and smaller weapons. IE don't try and fit your 5 inch 1911 into one. I tired once, it wasn't pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellerblr View Post
    Velcro works, but I've also heard of people sewing 'fake buttons' on top, and using those small sewn in magnets to hold the shirt together at the top.
    that (IMO) would be better then the velcro. velcro can be heard.
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