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Old April 17th, 2018, 12:01 AM #21
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I have to wear a shirt and tie to a few events a year and still want to carry. I was contemplating one of these. Any other suggestions. I might need to get a new gun....oh the horrors.

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Go with a tuckable IWB. Most won't know, those that do won't care.
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Old April 17th, 2018, 12:10 AM #22
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so there was a guy in the stall next to you and you sneaked a peak?? prob shouldn't share that here, or anywhere...
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Old April 17th, 2018, 12:17 AM #23
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I have to wear a shirt and tie to a few events a year and still want to carry. I was contemplating one of these. Any other suggestions. I might need to get a new gun....oh the horrors.
Something like a Ruger LCP2 in a pocket holster can essentially disappear almost regardless of what you're wearing. A tuckable rig for something that small works well, too, if your physique and clothing lend themselves to that approach.

Here's my diminutive Ruger wearing one of its several I'm-not-here-you-can't-see-me disguises. Even in the pocket of dress pants, it just looks vaguely like a wallet or such. This particular recipe does require two hands, in that yanking that trigger guard off isn't trivial with one hand. I also have a softer pocket sleeve that has tacky enough surfaces that it stays well in the pocket as you draw. Completely disappears in things like cargo shorts.
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I carried a gun in my concealment back pack today. It was neato.
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Too see , go to sneakypete ( dot) com .

Their flagship product is both heavily advertised in portions of the gun 'zine world , and derrided by a portion of carry consegentti .

I thought it was of note to spot one in the wild being seemingly sucuessfully used .

( Not yet an official Biggfoot Endorsement, my previous initial impressions were that they would be most sucuessful as an everyday carry in the smaller sizes, and the larger sizes more of a disguised , fast access case , that might double as carry mode in a pinch . But after seeing one in the wild, I will take another look at their expanded product line .)
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Occam, what brand is your trigger guard?
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Occam, what brand is your trigger guard?
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