For all the “tucked-in” carry practicioners that have responded thus far in this thread with their go-to methods, if you haven’t already can you please upload pictures of the end product? I can’t wrap my head around logistically how it would look with a tucked in polo or dress shirt, both of which has been my preferred work wear for the last 36 years. People have definitely noticed over the last 6 months or so my current untucked baggy style transformation.
I’ve found researching holsters, companies are very fond of telling you how great their “tuckable version” is while only showing pics of the holster on a table, or on a model with the shirt completely tucked-in behind the gun/holster (no attempt at tucking any shirt over the assembly as intended).
I’m particularly interested in what “tucked” appendix IWB looks like.
That’s not concealed, we can still see it... My understanding is that the point of “tuckable” holsters is to “tuck in your shirt” IN FRONT OF THE GUN as you normally would wear the shirt, while concealing the weapon, not place the shirt behind the firearm.
I misunderstood Your post! No mention of it being concealed but i understand Your question after rereading what you wrote.That’s not concealed, we can still see it... My understanding is that the point of “tuckable” holsters is to “tuck in your shirt” IN FRONT OF THE GUN as you normally would wear the shirt, while concealing the weapon, not place the shirt behind the firearm.
I can do this with my non-tuck AIWB holsters.
Understood. The “tuckable” holsters have the mounting screws located UNDER the belt, with the clips open at the top, providing a slot for your shirt to slide in and be gripped or held down by the clip(s), allowing the shirt to cover the whole assembly. I’ve never seen a holster manufacturer show a picture of what that in fact this looks like, but they often make these pie in the sky concealment claims, which I am fairly skeptical of. The pic you posted is typically the type of pic they show to advertise their “tuckable” models, which clearly aren’t depicting any type of concealment whatsoever.I misunderstood Your post! No mention of it being concealed but i understand Your question after rereading what you wrote.
Wait a minute...are you a lefty? I never noticed.
I say go balls deep if you need to tuck in a shirt. Go with the suit coat and a shoulder holster. That or yeah, a micro/derringer and a pocket holster.While many of these "tuckable" holsters are exactly that, they still show the clip over the belt which is a no go for me. Pocket carry with a micro compact is the best option I have come up with so far for when I need to wear a tucked in shirt.