Let's See Your Pic's - How You Carry Concealed.

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    Sorry, no picks here,

    Uhh hem, Chris, where is "THE" picture? enquiring minds want to know.
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    Lucky1406, this is how I carry my M&P .40c. The holster is the Cochise Defender, made by K&D Holsters.

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    1911 fullsize with Comp Tac Ctac. with shirt tuckedin all the time. Shirt is either a dress shirt or a Polo golf type shirt, but still tucked in. Will see if I can't post a pic later this evening.

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    Uhh hem, Chris, where is "THE" picture? enquiring minds want to know.
    Mike - ''it'' is now obsolete - altho some have copies. Exposure of same now will lead to instant retribution
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    Thanks for all the great replies, I'm thinking that I've just been to to worried about the whole neon sign thing to think about normal street clothes. I just need to buy shirts that are a bit longer, so that I can wear them untucked, and have my gun at my rear side. I was thinking that you had to have a vest or jacket or something. I think that I was thinking way to far into it, as long as I'm careful not to let my shirt ride up, I should be ok. But I did like the fleece jacket idea, looked very nice, and easy to conceal. I've tried to have my shirts tucked in, but have been having a hard time concealing a 1911 that way. It always seems to stick out. I'm thinking that I just need to try a few more options.

    Also, and about those pictures of your wife, would she care to model any more for the sake of this thread? lol, j/k, she is very beautiful. and thanks again for the pic's,
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    USP carried in a CTAC:



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    My favorite holster and carry setup Kimber Ultra CDP .45...










    And who said a little thing like me couldn't conceal a full size 1911??...




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    Outstanding Lima - you are our heroine .

    If any slim-line lady here is worried about concealment - well, they better dial in to those pics.! Excellent.
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    Excellent Lima. Hopefully all those doubtfull people will "see the light" by your post. I'm impressed.
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    P229, leftie..
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    Here's my 5" Mil-spec riding in Gary Brommeland's MaxCon V. The cover shirt is size medium, same as I wore 20 - 30 pounds ago. I'm currently 5'-11" and 190lbs.






    I'll soon be switching my primary carry to a Glock 19 in a Brommeland Def Con OWB holster - just picked it up yesterday and it was a sweetheart at the range (pics coming Monday).

    Going to OWB carry I've bought several size large shirts just to add a little length to the cover shirt. The mediums will work fine for normal situations but for reaching top shelves at the store I wanted the extra coverage.
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    summer carry style: (right side covers, spare mag, Surefire light& another knife)
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    Quote Originally Posted by miklcolt45 View Post
    Yeah, but he's got it on the WRONG side!
    Here I fixed it for you.

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    Doesn't the grip of the gun stick out and print against your clothing if you are doing anything other than standing straight?

    My XD9 seems so obvious to me in the mirror but I have worn it around my parents house and they didn't even notice. I even asked my mom "whats different about me" and I stood there and spun around and she said..."did you cut your hair??" Then I showed her and she was shocked--so was I.

    I feel like the grip needs to be an inch shorter and it would be perfect right there.

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    kavity, are you carrying a straight drop holster? if so, an FBI cant will probably make a big difference.

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