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

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    Rafter S Gunleather custom shark OWB holster and belt (10+ years in service). Any untucked shirt will do. When tucking is required, DeSantis Nemesis in the proper pocket.
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    G26 is now my constant companion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major G View Post
    My two main carry guns:

    S&W 619 4"- 7 shot .357 Magnum
    Ruger SP101 3" - 5 shot .357 Magnum












    Where I came from in PA and here in NH, flannel is popular. It's great as a cover garment.


    And someone a few pages back asked about carry at work:


    I've always been a revolver guy. Don't know why, just am. The Smith was the first handgun I ever bought, the Ruger is my latest purchase.
    What type of holster is that for you 619?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PressureDrop View Post
    Other than my Beretta 21a, I have never owned/carried a small or compact piece (Ruger KP90, Sig P220, Sig P226 have been my carries for the last 13 or so years) but I recently joined the subcompact club (with a real caliber, not .22 like the 21a!)
    So here I am with my P250 Subcompact, 9mm in a High Noon Split Decision (a great price, and a pretty dang good holster at that). I am 5'9", 31" belt, and I don't like baggy clothes - so it is a trick for me to do much concealed (other than the 21a in a pocket holster )



    (I'll try and get some pics with my camera, not my BlackBerry soon!)

    Ok I am lost.

    How did you get it to conceal like that? I have been looking at this holster for awhile. High Noon's site says it needs a tucked in shirt. You're blue shirt isn't tucked in, yet it's pretty concealed. What am I missing? I always thought that the outside (in this case blue shirt) would be tucked in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgegirl73 View Post
    First off I love this thread! I saw that there are a few ladies showing so I had to add photos of my bra holster. Just got this from a gal at show in Spokane. So far I love it! Very comfy, and a quick slip of the hand down my shirt gives me quick access to my gun. I am 5'7", about 180, and I carry a 357mag snubby You can find these at Home


    Here I was looking at gun porn and found... uh.. gun porn.

    At least I can tell my GF of this choice of carry since she has a 60LadySmith also! Well, that'll be my cover story when she finds this pic. 'I saved it to show YOU honey!'

    Great gun by the way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dane View Post
    Ok I am lost.

    How did you get it to conceal like that? I have been looking at this holster for awhile. High Noon's site says it needs a tucked in shirt. You're blue shirt isn't tucked in, yet it's pretty concealed. What am I missing? I always thought that the outside (in this case blue shirt) would be tucked in.
    "Tuckable" means that if you tuck in a shirt, only the holster clips will be visible. Basically means the clips are attached to a strap of leather that goes further down the holster, so a shirt can tuck between the holster and the strap. Otherwise, the clip is attached directly to the holster and the shirt won't tuck in right. Tuckables work fine with an untucked shirt.

    My first carry was a G26 in a Hidden Ally (no cant as I was carrying appendix).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DistantHorizon View Post
    "Tuckable" means that if you tuck in a shirt, only the holster clips will be visible. Basically means the clips are attached to a strap of leather that goes further down the holster, so a shirt can tuck between the holster and the strap. Otherwise, the clip is attached directly to the holster and the shirt won't tuck in right. Tuckables work fine with an untucked shirt.

    My first carry was a G26 in a Hidden Ally (no cant as I was carrying appendix).
    Oh ok I get that now. Now I want that holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dane View Post
    Ok I am lost.

    How did you get it to conceal like that? I have been looking at this holster for awhile. High Noon's site says it needs a tucked in shirt. You're blue shirt isn't tucked in, yet it's pretty concealed. What am I missing? I always thought that the outside (in this case blue shirt) would be tucked in.
    you can tuck, but you don't have to (not sure how anything would require you to tuck to conceal?).
    The clip that goes out and over your belt is attached to the holster at the bottom of the holster and not anywhere up from there, so a shirt tail can go down between your belt and the gun all the way to the bottom of the holster, thus allowing a tuck and leaving only the clip and any printing visible (which most folks notice neither one).

    Here is a view of it that shows exactly where you can tuck:
    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod..._decision.html
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    Appendix carry is not to be done casually; it must be done with great attention!!! But for those who are not "lackadaisical" and can be at the top of their "carry" game, appendix carry is a superb way to go for a variety of reasons.



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    Here is the thread for the new permit guy.

    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    Here is the thread for the new permit guy.

    Enjoy.


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    I am consistently on record and will continue to be on record as opposing concealed carry.
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    No pics yet, and unfortunately, I am still waiting for the Sheriff to issue my permit. However, I have a DM Bullard Dual Carry holster for my XDm 9mm. Pretty impressed I can conceal that thing pretty well. It's a very nice, well made holster.

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    concealed carry options

    My custom carry rig. Black suede backer with digital camo kydex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PressureDrop View Post
    you can tuck, but you don't have to (not sure how anything would require you to tuck to conceal?).
    The clip that goes out and over your belt is attached to the holster at the bottom of the holster and not anywhere up from there, so a shirt tail can go down between your belt and the gun all the way to the bottom of the holster, thus allowing a tuck and leaving only the clip and any printing visible (which most folks notice neither one).

    Here is a view of it that shows exactly where you can tuck:
    Side Split Decision
    Awesome thanks!

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    Hi doggie!

    Quote Originally Posted by DHart View Post
    Appendix carry is not to be done casually; it must be done with great attention!!! But for those who are not "lackadaisical" and can be at the top of their "carry" game, appendix carry is a superb way to go for a variety of reasons.



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