Do any tuckable holsters actually work?

Do any tuckable holsters actually work?

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    Do any tuckable holsters actually work?

    Pretty self explanatory per the title of the thread. Who has suggestions for a tuckable holster that works. 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.

    Or, if they don't work the way they came, does anyone have an easy fixes that they have done to them, or tips and tricks that they know.

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    High Noon's Split Decision and BladeTech's Ultimate IWB both worked great for me.

    Absolutely worked as advertised.
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    I've had great experiences with my CTAC. I only use it when I'm tucking though. Usually I wear a MS VMII.
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    CTAC for me has always been fine tucked in.

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    I have tucked successfully with a Crossbreed, MTAC and a Tucker The Answer.

    A big part of this is blousing your short so there is a bit of loose clothing around your middle. It doesn't take much. I do this by reaching over my head after tucking. carry a G29 and a full size 1911. No issues.

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    My MTAC has always stayed tucked whenever I've tucked it in (the only time I really tested this was when I was in Florida where even a brief flash gun of your gets you in serious trouble).
    But it passed that test with flying colors, it's just the MTAC beats my 1911's parkerized finish to hell, but other than that I love it.

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    I have both Crossbreed and IWB #3 from Rhome--as long as the shirt tails are adequate--no problems--I have even done my chores (pitchforking hay to the cow and horses), bending over, pulling eggs out of the coop, etc, and have not had problems......
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    Sounds like you may have a long torso...The Silent Thunder IWB will actually slightly pinch your shirt between the holster and the clip when you tighten your belt, but if your shirts are too short, even that wont help much.
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    I can attest that the supertuck with a single-stack sig works great. I have to blouse the shirt or wear a relatively baggy shirt tucked to make it work, though. Ends up a pretty big lump if you wear it 3:00 tucked in -- much better for me at 4:30-ish.

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    I have one tuckable that works (out of three) it is called a c82 tatical, I got it at a gun show and it does work... the only other option I have found for tuck in carry is the 25 dollar belly band... for the most part I try not to tuck... there is no beating the comfort of a good OWB holster. my other tuckables I have do work but they either bunch up, stick out or come untucked if active, and therefore are in the drawer...

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    Crossbreed supertuck works great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleipnir View Post
    My MTAC has always stayed tucked whenever I've tucked it in (the only time I really tested this was when I was in Florida where even a brief flash gun of your gets you in serious trouble).
    But it passed that test with flying colors, it's just the MTAC beats my 1911's parkerized finish to hell, but other than that I love it.
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    The problem might be shirts. If you have a long torso try a "Tall" shirt. I don't like to carry tucked. When I do I use a DeSantis Intruder. Shirt stays tucked. Gun stays hidden. I blouse the shirt enough to cover the kydex clips.
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    I carry tucked alot in the High Noon Split Decision. I can do a lot of sitting walking and bending without a problem. To the person that posted the idea of raising your hands above your head, thanks, that's a good idea. I ususually just pull up on the shirt waste line a little, but if you pull to much it doesn't look nice. The arm raise makes a lot of sense. To the OP, the point of the blousing of the shirt is only to conceal the gun grip better, but it sounds like your issue is the shirt not staying tucked. I really haven't run into this. I do tend to make sure my belt is cinched pretty tight to begin with though. If your lucky enough to have a build that allows you to wear jeans without a belt without your belly pushing the jeans down, or have nice wide hip bones then maybe you will need to buy longer shirts.

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    My Bladetech UCH works fine tucked in.
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