Belly Band holster is the best for tucking. The best, Jerry.

Belly Band holster is the best for tucking. The best, Jerry.

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    Belly Band holster is the best for tucking. The best, Jerry.

    Guys, I've used Crossbreed Supertuck and a Blade Tech UCH for circumstances when I had to carry IWB and with a tucked shirt. I don't think I'm alone when I say tucking a shirt into a tuckable holster is an unpleasant exercise to say the least. Well that has all changed.

    Several pages back someone recommended a belly band holster. As unappealing as that name sounds, I was intrigued and found one at amazon.com. $25 was a reasonable investment risk, I thought. OK, it turned out to be really good. More trouble to put on than a simple IWB clip holster like the Don Hume 715 or Comp-Tac Infidel, but no more than the tuckable holsters. It does a credible job of holding the gun close for good concealment, too. The surprise came to me yesterday, though. This thing is the easiest way to carry under a tucked shirt, because the BB is attached to you rather than your belt, so you put this on, then button your shirt and pants, and your shirt gets tucked in just like you had no gun at all.

    Sorry for the excess enthusiasm. This was such major good news to me, I had to pass it on.
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    On amazon, was there a particular brand or model?

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    Lots of people like and swear by them.

    Another alternative that many people have success with is the "Smartcarry".

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    I love my bb holster, when I need to use the rest room I can drop my pants without losing my gun. The bb does not have to be worn low it can be raised so the gun rids under the arm too. One other thing to remember is with a simple needle and thread you can make simple adjustments. Extra cash and mags can be carried on the other side

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    Hmmmmmmm......... was always turned off by the name, might have to investigate, lol
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    I have but never used a BB but I am carry a Glock 26 in a smartcarry as I type.I really like it. Great product. But, I can see having a hard time trying to draw while driving in a car or sitting down position.

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    The BellyBand is a handy bit of equipment. Mine, from Galco, allows for a variety of carry positions for excellent concealment with easy gun access when wardrobe options are limited. I just don't find it comfortable. The last time I used mine was to a movie that my wife and I went to see. I hadn't used the thing in several years. I thought that movie would never end.

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    Tip: I am a big man and as big men know nothing fits right and that includes a bb. I split mine in the back and added some denim to add a little length to it so it would fit better. Let’s face it carrying a gun is never comfortable but a burden of necessity and the bb is the most comfortable way I have found



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    Another plus is that if you pull it a little tighter it helps you to LOOK thiner. You know like a girdle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wburychka View Post
    Belly Band holster is the best for tucking. The best, Jerry.
    First off, well done on the obscure Seinfeld reference. Only a true Seinfeld fan would pick up on it. It was gold! Comedy gold!

    Second, glad you found a holster set up that works so well for you.

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    I've been looking at different tuckable designs and, to me, the belly band seems to be the best concealment option for tucking in a shirt. I'll have to find one and try it out.

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    I use my belly band holster all the time. I like it for deep concealment more than any other option I have..
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    My belly band definitely comes in handy for situations with a tucked in shirt, or wearing gym shorts and carrying
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    I use the BB quite a bit, I typically wear my shirts in.

    A related product is the Kangaroo Carry, it's sort of a thinner BB that would be worn low on your chest, it's sort of a fabric shoulder holster pouch. It works very well, in fact I used it last night under a shirt carrying a G27, it was very comfortable with no problems at all. Now the dreaded part is the strap that connects to it and goes over your shoulder (to help support the weight of the gun). I tried this on once bare-chested and got the creeps because it sort of looked like I was wearing a brassiere.......or manssiere or bro (Seinfeld fans!). Now since it's colder (it does get cold here) I put on a t-shirt first, then the Kangaroo and over it with whatever shirt. Putting the t-shirt on first, helps me cope with the lessening the creeps. Otherwise I recommend them, they are pretty cheap ($30ish), washable and work very well.
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    I'm not a big fan of the belly band. I used it for my Kahr MK9 for a while, but found myself sweating more than I would have liked.
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