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I'm new so please indulge me if I've missed this info somewhere on the board. I did my best to look everywhere, but couldn't find specifics. I'm 5'6", 155-160 and have a slim athletic build. I just added a Walther PPS to my CCW stable and need to carry VERY concealed (That sort of thing is "off limits" at my workplace). I wear Docker pants and polo shirts, always tucked. I'm dizzy with all of the options I've found, so I'd like to hear from ya'll.
Here's what I'm considering as options:
High Noon (Tail Gate Horsehide) $150
Tucker (Answer or Texas Heritage) $100-$125
K&D (Thunderbird Defender) $95
MTAC $80
Crossbreed (Mini-tuck Horsehide) $71 (w/NRA discount)
Kholster (Crescent) $45
I have already dismissed Desantis Tuck this and Galco Stow & Go (I'm sure they are ok, but not exactly for my application)
I realize I have a pretty good set of options, but I'm trying my best to avoid the "potato chip" method (Can't stop at one...)
My BUG is a Beretta Tomcat in a PocketHolster.com custom (HIGHLY Recommended!) or Uncle Mike's Ankle. I don't think I could pull off total, non-printing carry of my Stoeger Cougar 8040F eventhough it is my first choice for fending off BG's.
Sorry for the rambling and I appreciate your words of wisdom.
 

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I have a MTAC Minatour that I carry my PPS in its comfortable and just simply disappears under a Polo shirt in warm weather and a golf vest or windbreaker in cooler weather.
 

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If you insist in jeopardizing your job to carry while at work, then you should seriously look into invisible holsters, like SmartCarry or other crouch style. It's highly unlikely that a co-worker will play with your zipper, while at work.
 

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Thanks to all for your suggestions...Especially you Uncle Dannie! I appreciate your words of wisdom from one Texan to another and have decided to forego the work scenario...for now (don't have another employer lined up just yet...)
I made the decision to go with a Pro TL IWB tuckable from HBE Leatherworks. Got the Saddle Tan basic model for $119 and a dress leather belt to match for another $70. Sure it cost a little more, but wait til you see the pic's of my newest "Black & Tan"...Just heard back from Eric yesterday and I should have it in my hands by 1/4/10...Happy and Safe New Year is what I'm planning on.
 
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