new to carry, tuckable vs sticky

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    new to carry, tuckable vs sticky

    I am looking for my first carry holster. I have no experience with them at all. I will definitely need to be able to tuck my shirt in frequently while carrying. I love the idea of the sticky holsters but it seems like these would be a no-no for tucking. Like if I had to draw, pulling the shirt out would maybe be very awkward since it would be "sticky".

    Is that a correct assumption?

    I have no problem buying more than one holster and swapping when needed. But Im trying to not end up with the "box-o-holsters" if I can help it.

    thanks

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    If you are going to tuck, then a tuckable is a must.

    Have you thought about pocket carry?

    Or Smartcarry
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    +1 on pocket carry but hybrid holsters are very good for tucking

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    What are you planning on carrying? Desert Eagle pocket carry is rather awkward IMO.

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    Remora makes tuckable versions of their holsters.
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    I tried the remora but brought a kangaroo carry
    Now Remora stays on the shelve. I know it's slower
    To draw but I wear polo and kaki daily and
    It makes my G26 disappear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJC7 View Post
    Remora makes tuckable versions of their holsters.
    I will check into it. Didnt know they had tuckable.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarg28 View Post
    I will check into it. Didnt know they had tuckable.
    Tuckable Remora is sorta new. But at their prices, you can get one of each.

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