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    Hell.. I'm 6'0 290(all Football with maybe a cup of fast food) and i can conceal my Rugers or Glock 22 full frame with no problem. Never had an issue, maybe because my shoulders are rather large and that might offset my waistline.
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    I'm 5'11" (6'0" with my nike shox one) ;)
    I'm between 300-305, most people see someone 300lbs extremely obese... well I'm not ripped but I lift weights all the time and I work between 45 hours a week average. I used to powerlift in high school and a little after high school (benched 465 free weights). Now instead of living to lift, I've been lifting to live. I'm relatively healthy for my size, I can run with the skinny guys, just not for that long before I have to stop and have my assistant splash me with some soda ;) jk
    I see it the other way around... skinny guys have the option of going sizes bigger to cover up... bigger guys have it harder cause we have a harder time finding clothes that not only conceal but are comfortable... theres nothing worst than a fat guy with tight clothes lol. Lovehandles and or gut don't mix with beavertail grip safeties :)
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    I'm 5'8" and 225 lbs and don't seem to have much problem concealing any of my firearms. Years of competing in powerlifting and bodybuilding have given me a pretty extreme V-taper (52" chest to a 32" waist). most shirts that aren't tailored fit me like a tent, making IWB a very effective way to carry.

    When IWB won't work with the shirt I'm wearing I usually go with pocket carry or ankle holster depending on the size of my pockets. My primary carry is a para ordnance warthawg and it fits in most decent size pockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigStill View Post
    I'm 6'2" I weigh 260lbs. I wear size 40x31 jeans. CC is an issue. I can OWB carry a LCP and it prints like a S&W 460. IWB is, well, not even an option. It's all I can do to get ME IWB.

    I can just imigine me with a Smart Carry. Raise up tummy, fondle for gun, etc etc... It's TMI. (too much information)

    For you little fellows, consider yourselves damn lucky.

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    Im short and fat and it is not a matter of concealing but of concealing with comfort. Right now I am using a comptac minator OWB to carry a M&P compact I have ordered a supertuck but it has not come in yet.Right now my biggest problem is pants droop even with my belt tight thats why I decided to try the supertuck.

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    im 6'4" and about 285 IWB holster and glock 21 with shirt that fits hides just fine its all about where you put it and if you wear clothes that fit or are to tight

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    Fattie here. Concealment is super easy....until bending over. A bump, no matter how small, is very visible on a beach ball.
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    that is very true but if you try slidding the angle of the gun forward aka bring grips toward front when you bend over your fat will block the buldge or bend at knees and avoid it all together

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerThat View Post
    Lovehandles and or gut don't mix with beavertail grip safeties :)
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