Blade tech ultimate concealcealment IWB tuck

Blade tech ultimate concealcealment IWB tuck

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    Blade tech ultimate concealcealment IWB tuck

    Thoughts for tucking a MAK or a cz 82.
    Dress for work, tucked shirt and tie usually in hot Florida heat,
    Gun must be unseen from my patients and clients.
    Will this rig do what I want?

    Thanks,
    David

    http://www.blade-tech.com/Blade-Tech...er-pr-821.html


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    Looks like it will do - or any tuckable (ie, High Noon tuckable models).


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    I have this same holster for my XD40sc and it needs a larger cover shirt or it will print.

    That said I do prefer it over my leather Hume open top.

    Everyone is different with what will work them.
    Too many variables, body type, carry position, gun of choice.
    Try to find opinions from someone closest to your parameters.
    Unfortunately some of it is trial and error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doberguy View Post
    Everyone is different with what will work them.
    Too many variables, body type, carry position, gun of choice.
    Try to find opinions from someone closest to your parameters.
    Unfortunately some of it is trial and error.

    Yep... looks like a good holster! I've considered one myself. Bottom line is only you will know once you try it out.

    Remember, if it doesn't work out for ya, you can always ebay it or sell it here in the forum.

    But it looks like a fine rig!
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    I have one for my Firestar M43. You need a slightly larger shirt to prevent printing. I am wearing suit slacks and a white shirt right now with this rig tucked and my jacket hanging.

    It is much more comfortable with an undershirt. I find the Kydex less comfortable against bare flesh than leather. If you need to uber conceal you can crazy glue a cell phone holster to the outside of the clip. I had that for a while before getting a new phone.

    Keep a philips screwdriver handy. I find that the screws holdign the clip loosen over time. Every week or two a couple turns is all it takes.

    It retains well and with a Single Action Auto I like to leave the gun in the rig when I put it in the top of my dresser at night. This covers the trigger and prevents any chance of a AD while leaving it ready (I do the same with a Sidearmor if I am carrying my 1911 that day). Being Kydex means it doesn't trap moisture like leather does if it is left in the holster.

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    I've had one for years for my G27. If you've got problems with loose screws (I won't go there) get some Loctite. A few drops and that screw ain't going anywhere.

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    Not sure, if they have it to fit your gun, but take a look at the Mtac by Comp Tac. Great holster.

    If you want total concealment, with a tucked shirt and no tell tale belt clips, consider a Smart Carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sass20485 View Post
    If you want total concealment, with a tucked shirt and no tell tale belt clips, consider a Smart Carry.
    I use one of those with my J frame and it is great for what it is intended!

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    That plastic belt hook seems like it would be a tell to me. I think there's a holster maker who offers IWB's that hook with velcro-type fasteners to the inside of the belt, thus solving the problem. Unfortunately, I don't recall the maker's name but there might be somebody on this board that can help.

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    There are a number of holster makers that offer velcro clips; Crossbreed, Comp-tac, and Tucker Gunleather. I currently use Crossbreed's Supertuck with velcro clips and love it. Check them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Crumrine View Post
    That plastic belt hook seems like it would be a tell to me. I think there's a holster maker who offers IWB's that hook with velcro-type fasteners to the inside of the belt, thus solving the problem. Unfortunately, I don't recall the maker's name but there might be somebody on this board that can help.
    It CAN be. I have used two methods to conceal it.

    1. Attached a cell phone holster to it.

    2. Blouse the shirt slightly so that it is not readily seen.

    Both have worked well. Using a properly fitted black belt with #2 also makes the clip disappear from regular view.

    I don't know how I feel about using velcro. After any length of time I see the velcro weakenning. I also prefer my nice Don Hume black leather 1 1/4" belt but am I expected to have velcro stitched onto it?

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    I'm a big guy but I can now wear a full sized Sig P226 in south Florida heat with just a shirt tucked in as cover and nobody is the wiser. I love my Crossbreed Super Tuck Deluxe. It does take a bit of getting used to and dressing can be a major mission in getting the Sig tucked while keeping the pant's "up." But once I've got the technique mastered, it'll be fine. I'm thinking of getting the Crossbreed for a smaller and lighter pistol for comparison. Maybe for my Glock M27 40.
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