This is a discussion on UC Comfort in Action (Video FINALLY) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Catalina Would love to order the sleeveless version but this website http://www.undercovercomfort.net/ asks for your credit card number on a unsecure page. ...
Thanks for posting the VID that was great.
Hey...you look mysterious. ..but, I sure do understand why you can't publicly post yer face aside from the fact that you're not very good looking.
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Hey there dangit.....my Mama thinks I'm cute, so naaaaa. My only hope is that folks can get some information and it help them hide their stuff correctly with comfort, security and access.
Just FYI, I actually am almost done with writing a three part article on "Concealed Carry in a Business Environment" which I'm going to attempt to pitch to a mag (if any of you have personal influence with a editor and would give them a shout) and if that fails, heck I'll just have to post it for free here, LOL.
Ya'al take care and be safe.
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I was wondering the same thing that bzdog was worried about. I don't have access to the tools to make my own fix. But with the pics that you posted i wondered if a small premade holster would work. After a short search i found this possible solution. http://www.donhume.com/Products/Prod...m?ProductID=35
Do you think that it would work? I'd obviously have to get some J clips to swap out.
You mean use an off the shelf holster to emulate 'the taco'? If you do, I'd suggest you stick with a Kydex holster for a slimmer fit.
And you are still probably going to have to do some trimming. If you look at the first photo in post #87, you can see how much Kydex I've trimmed in front of the trigger guard. This is needed because there is a constriction in the shirt holster. Look at the last photo in post #87. See right before the trigger guard? It is narrow there.
Basically you probably need to trim starting at the beginning of trigger guard to the muzzle as much as you can (flush with the bottom/edge of the firearm).
I'd consider something like the Comp-Tac Pro Undercover. You'd need to break the clip off and cut, but it is well molded and you can see the outlines easily.
You also need to figure out how you are going to secure a clip to the bottom, or otherwise secure the holster in the UCComfort.
FWIW, I had never done any Kydex work before. This post by Luvmy40 was enough to get me through it.
I see what you mean, the pro undercover is much slimmer than the don hume i was looking at. When i get paid next week i have to order a holster shirt. I own a SW MP .40c for carry, it doesn't have an external safety. I would feel completely confortable using a regular holster, but i had misgivings about the shirt.
I'll take a look at both options.
Also go back and take a look at the taco 'v1' I did. It is simpler and requires less trimming.
HK P2000SK 9mm V3 taco.
Just got my P2000SK this week. I built a taco the other night and ran into a problem I didn't think about... Too much retention.
The controls on the Sig are very flush. The P2000SK, less so. I made a taco, put it in the shirt and... couldn't draw. Draw was ok while the taco was in your hand, but once you put it in the shirt with the compression of the shirt added, it was like a vice.
I tried the cut-away you see to help, but it wasn't enough. I ended up heating parts and flattening them to reduce retention. Finally got it the draw reasonable.
Interesting side-effect. The cut-out makes it easier to re-holster while in the shirt. Even one handed without looking.
Oh, and the full size, double stack P30 mags stay put in the shirt without the 'j hooks'.