Super Tuck & heavy long sleeve shirt?

Super Tuck & heavy long sleeve shirt?

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    Super Tuck & heavy long sleeve shirt?

    I have just been looking at past posts about Super Tuck what a great resource this site is. Cross Breed is a sponsor and worth supporting - (lots of good reviews from members), my question is at work my heavy chamois long sleeve shirt is tucked in my 32" Lee blue jeans. I do wear an under T-shirt and get in & out of the car meeting people all day long.Will this holster work for me? Or will my thick shirt looked bunched around my S&W-MP40c? Note- I have to wear a large size shirt to fit my shoulders and they tend to be long on me. Thanks for any input


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    Be aware you will need to allow a few extra minutes to "fiddle" with it, especially when you first start wearing it tucked.

    I generally find it's best to get the whole deal situated with the gun OUTSIDE the outer shirt first. THEN loosely fasten your pants and pull the shirt out from behind the gun and re-tuck it back down over it.

    A shoe spoon of other slim item also aides in thucking the shirt smothly down around the gun.

    A final step is to "blouse" the shirt a bit at the waist in a uniform fashion to completely hide the grip and allow for some movement without disturbing the tuck.
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    Thanks for the info. Mark, a simpler way of asking the same question has anyone experienced too much shirt to tuck around the weapon? In summer I smart carry w/ pleated dress shorts, don't like the boner look when in jeans. Winter it's OWB w/ coat on, but those cool long sleeve days w/ no coat & jeans is why I'm thinking about Super Tuck.

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    Crossbreed are a very good holster to conceal tucked in. I have worn a longer shirt than normal. I bloused it pretty good and it worked out fine. Crossbreed have a two week trial. I wear mine all the time and forget it's there, even when it is tucked. These people are easy and very helpful on the phone or online. Give it a shot and Good Luck.

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    You could consider putting a side slit in your shirts in the area of the holster. Would result in less bunching between the holster and waistband.

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    I agree, a trimming of the shirt tail may be in order. Some of those shirts can get pretty thick and hard to tuck.

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    I guess it depends on how much longer. The thicker shirt in general will hide any holster better. But where it bunches around the holster might be too much shirt. I think you will run into the same situation with any tuckable holster.

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