Pic request - CC in a suit

Pic request - CC in a suit

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    Pic request - CC in a suit

    Does anyone have any pictures of them concealed carrying in a suit (w/o jacket)? I would be interested in seeing a smart carry, a supertuck and any other options that you think work well.

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    Do you mean, suit slacks, suit jacket, dress shirt? Meaning, no overcoat/jacket of sorts?

    Do you mean the entire getup minus the suit jacket?
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    Sorry.

    I would like to see suit pants, dress shirt and tie. No suit jacket. Dress slacks, dress shirt and tie would be good as well. Again, no jacket/sport coat.

    My thought is the jacket will not be on all of the time.

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    I posted some of me in a suit (no jacket) over at USCCA while wearing a Smartcarry.

    Kind of boring...nothing to see here...move along.
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    i don't have any pics today, but easy to do in a suit, I avoid white shirts best I can... other than that, no probs

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    Long sleeved button-down shirt and slacks: You don't want the full image.

    The holster is a tuckable I made from Kydex.
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    I don't have pictures, but I have purchased the smartcarry and crossbreed supertuck just last week. I wear a shirt and tie almost daily right now, and tried out the supertuck on friday--worked perfectly; I kept checking during the day, and was no printing. Crossbreed actually has a short video showing it off on their website.
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    The key is how you wear your shirts and what style more than the individual holster.

    If you wear loose-fitting shirts and blouse them over your pants top and belt, you will do a better job of concealing. Same for pants - pleated front fit looser and conceal better.

    If you wear body-tailored dress shirts and pants, you are pretty much going to print, no matter what. Again, same for the suit coat - tailored tight and you will print.

    If you have your coats/jackets tailored to include the gun and holster, it becomes a non problem while wearing it. Any decent men's shop can tailor a little extra material on the strong side of the coat/jacket and put an extra layer of material on the inside over the gun position as well. Men's Wearhouse does this without batting an eyelash at the request.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Majorlk View Post
    If you have your coats/jackets tailored to include the gun and holster, it becomes a non problem while wearing it.
    This works very well. Not as crisp of a look as "body" tailored, but it can look completely natural.
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    on the crossbreed website they have a lil vid of a guy displaying the suppertuck, one of the positions is a tucked in shirt, it looks very hidden
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