Do any tuckable holsters actually work?

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    I do have a fairly long torso, so maybe I should look into buying tall shirts.

    Thanks for the tip about putting your arms over your head too.

    Seems like I have just had a bad run with them, time to start looking into it more...
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    I just posted this the other day! Works for me . . . well!

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    Cross Breed, High Noon and the Galco SkyOps all work well for me.

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    I always wear a Tall shirt, most shirt makers have a Tall version, and that helps things stay tucked in.
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    My Fury holster works great with the tuckable clips installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Care to expound? I haven't found that to be true.
    Well that's the way everything I read made it seem, so I might have been a little paranoid. Georgia is an OC and CC state where Florida is a CC only state (barring certain activities that I was not partaking in) and I was told that I could be detained if my gun was somehow exposed in a public setting even by accident.

    Feel free to set me straight though if that's not the case!

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    The big issue is making sure your shirt is long enough. I've used CSTs, and it's never a problem as long as you have at least three or four inches of shirt to tuck in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleipnir View Post
    Well that's the way everything I read made it seem, so I might have been a little paranoid. Georgia is an OC and CC state where Florida is a CC only state (barring certain activities that I was not partaking in) and I was told that I could be detained if my gun was somehow exposed in a public setting even by accident.

    Feel free to set me straight though if that's not the case!
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    CTAC and K&D Dakota Defender both work great. No issues.
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    I put on my Crossbreed in the morning, tuck my shirt in and go to work every day. I climb, reach and roll around on the floor all day and the shirt stays tucked in until I get home and take off my work clothes.

    +1 on the long shirts, those extra couple inches really help.

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    The Split Decision works well for me. The only one who ever noticed was my oldest daughter, who knows I carry regular, who saw the clip and asked if I'd lost my cell phone. Now, I put my cell phone right in front of the holster clip and nobody knows it's there.
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    My SuperTuck works well. It just takes practice getting in and out of it, like in restrooms where you can't use the mirror to put it all back properly.
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    I might need to give the Split Decision a try, since the High Noon stocking holsters seem to be solid deals, and if I don't like it as a tuckable, it should be close to the Bare Asset in function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    I might need to give the Split Decision a try, since the High Noon stocking holsters seem to be solid deals, and if I don't like it as a tuckable, it should be close to the Bare Asset in function.
    You might also look at the Side Guard Tuck Clip or Side Guard Tuck Snap.

    OR if you don't want to wait six to eight weeks or if you prefer kydex, then there's always the Garrett Holsters IWB holsters here with a two week turn around time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    It seems like the ones I have seen/tried before tend to have issues keeping the shirt tucked when doing anything besides just standing still.
    Are you a tall guy buy any chance? Maybe the hem of your shirt is too short to stay properly tucked in?


    What holsters have you tried so far?

    I've used VMII and MTAC - both stay tucked.
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