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    T shirt holster

    let me hear your thoughts on t-shirt holster you know like 5:11 tactical? thanks


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    Re: T shirt holster

    I have one. It works in some situations ...

    I hardly ever use it because it's so hot. If the weather is cool enough to wear it, I'll usually wear a jacket or sweater instead.

    I only use it on rare occasions when the weather is cool, in a semi-formal situation that doesn't warrant a jacket.

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    They never seem to carry the weapon right where you want it to be. I've had several and I never wear them anymore because of that reason. I do use a Kangaroo Carry holster though, because it can be adjusted to put the gun where I want it to ride. YMMV.
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    so you like the kangaroo carry then? i have been looking at those as well!thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twebb View Post
    so you like the kangaroo carry then? i have been looking at those as well!thanks
    I do like it. It works well for me when I need to be dressed in more Business type clothes or if I need a tucked in shirt. I wear the Shy Marshall with a G19. I don't wear it all the time, but when I do it works as advertised.
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    I looked at T-shirt carry, but decided they are not for me. They would get dirty quickly so you may need to have several if you want to carry that way daily; that would be expensive. Most don't look as comfortable as a regular t-shirt. If I'm going to carry under the arm, I'd go with something like Kangaroo Carry or Pistol Wear. Cheers.

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    I have a 5.11 and a PackingTee. The 5.11 is very tight and it's in an XXL. Most of my shirts are XL. It works well, though. Its snugness takes a little getting used to. The PackingTee is much more comfortable and less snug. It has a
    pocket that can be worn under either arm. It attaches with velcro. It also costs about half less than the 5.11. When I have to wear a suit I use on of them and carry a CZ P07 Duty or Rami 9 with ease.

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    I have several and like them. If a little gun oil on your T shirt is a concern then get the black one. Yes they are tight and are designed that way for a reason, the tightness holds your weapon where it is supposed to be. I don't carry anything larger than my Glock 30 though. Larger weapons belong on your belt. Throw a button down shirt on top of it and your GTG.

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    I have a 5.11 one somewhere. Used to use it a lot, but not so much now. The only thing I really didn't like was how deep the pocket was. It just swallowed my M&P .40c. I ended up using safety pins to keep the gun riding higher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twebb View Post
    let me hear your thoughts on t-shirt holster you know like 5:11 tactical? thanks
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    Here's an inexpensive way to have several

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