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    I second the Comp-Tac C-tac. Its wonderful.

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    Hey Fed_wif_a_sig,

    Do you have a closed shirt and open shirt (before/after) pic of your torso as you conceal all that stuff? I totally understand if you prefer not to or are unable to show your face, but I think such pics would help a lot of folks understand just how effective these carry methods can be.

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    This is a belly band type holster designed to be worn higher up on chest.

    It has shoulder straps that cross in the back and secure in front which helps give support to your whole rig. I wear mine for 12 hours at a time and is very comfortable.

    I have carried Glock 23, Ruger SP-101 (5 shot snubby) and Ruger Speed-Six .357 Magnum as well as having a Para P-12 in it a time or two.

    Rigs of this type are naturally a bit slower getting gun into play. If someone has the drop on you... you ain't gonna be drawing from from this rig. But for places like an office or V-Tech campus and places like that... It may be just the thing.

    I like mine... I'm on my second one now, as a matter of fact. It may be a good option for some people out there. (nice point is it is not Gun Specific. Most types will fit and also comes with a velcro strap to secure weapon in pocket for vigorous activity)

    I especially like mine when wearing loose elastic banded gym shorts and a T-Shirt during hot, muggy Missouri summers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jchoo View Post
    Hey Fed_wif_a_sig,

    Do you have a closed shirt and open shirt (before/after) pic of your torso as you conceal all that stuff? I totally understand if you prefer not to or are unable to show your face, but I think such pics would help a lot of folks understand just how effective these carry methods can be.

    Yes. If you do a search for post I've made or a search for "UC Comfort" you'll surly find them.

    Check out post #29 at http://www.combatcarry.com/vbulletin...?t=7233&page=3

    the other post seem to have disappeared.

    I'll check and see if I can find the pics again and repost them.

    Another one I found of the rig and of it covered is at http://www.combatcarry.com/vbulletin...?t=4810&page=6 (see post #52
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    Anyone remeber the old Bianchi Poster with John Bianchi showing about 500 pistols he's concealing in his holsters under his suit?

    That be Fed_Wif_a_Sig! ROFLMAO
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    Thanks a ton, I, amongst others, appreciate the links.

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    when i carry with a tucked in shirt (usually just on sundays) i just tuck my shirt in over my Desantis Tuck This holster. works great. no one can tell i've got my CW9 under there. granted, it's harder to draw from a tucked in shirt, but i still find it more accessible than ankle carry. with practice, it's not even all that hard.

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    Galco USA or UDC series holster, $55-70. I have used one or the other 16 hours a day, 6 days a week for the past year. Excellent.

    Good holster, very small (not noticeable) j-hook. Only a single j-hook so it adds to the effective width/bulk of the gun.

    Other tuckable designs out there have two j-hooks spaced wider apart. Thinner overall but now you have two hooks to worry about being noticed.

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    I wear my dress shirt tucked in every day I go to work and carry my pistol, two mags, expandable batton, flashlight, cuffs, knife and soft trama plate
    ...you don't happen to work in a mall do ya?

    Haha, just kidding, fed_wif_a_sig!!!! I know you got a pretty serious job.
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    Why so SERIOUS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fed_wif_a_sig View Post
    What Papa said. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Anyone remeber the old Bianchi Poster with John Bianchi showing about 500 pistols he's concealing in his holsters under his suit?

    That be Fed_Wif_a_Sig! ROFLMAO
    anyone have a link o this poster? that would be COOL!
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    I use a C-TAC to go tucked. It works great and gives you the option to go untucked, IWB. If bulkiness is an issue, the C-TAC is just slightly thinner than The Answer from Tucker. The difference between them is almost imperceptible though.
    "Beware of the man who only owns one gun. He probably knows how to use it."

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    642 in a Mika pocket holster!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Anyone remeber the old Bianchi Poster with John Bianchi showing about 500 pistols he's concealing in his holsters under his suit?

    That be Fed_Wif_a_Sig! ROFLMAO

    Oh your just wrong. Whats sad is I have that book in my library and have read it time and time again. John (Bianchi) truly had some real good ideas and did a awsome job of covering all the available meathods of concealment that was offered at the time.

    I dont think it was 500, more like 50 but now I have to go up into the attic and see if I still have the book or if it was given to goodwill to find the picture your talking about.

    But thanks I actually took that as a compliment.
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