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    Best Holster for Tucked in Shirt

    I've read some options online, would like to know what y'all think. Thanks!

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    Not sure if they are the best but I have 2 holsters for tucked in shirts:

    PHLster Skeleton Gen2
    NSR Tactical C-1

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    Which do you prefer? Single loop prevents shifting enough to be comfortable without adjusting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saintsfan6 View Post
    Which do you prefer? Single loop prevents shifting enough to be comfortable without adjusting?
    I find the single allows just enough movement to be comfortable but not enough to need readjustment. If I had to pick a order I guess it would be: Just for carry I prefer the PHLster Skeleton Gen2. If adding a bit of range time in I prefer the NSR Tactical C-1.




    Back in the day I liked the Comp-Tac C-Tac but I no longer use holsters with clips. However it's a great holster.

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    I love alien cloak tuck 3.0. It offers tons of settings for cant and retention. But it's alien gear.


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    As mentioned above, one of the easiest ways to tuck a IWB is with a "Pull the Dot" soft loop with a tuckable strut. I have a couple of other clips that it's possible with, but the soft loop/strut is prob the best and least noticeable on the belt line. Hell, I find ways to tuck with a standard FOMi clip ;-)






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    Quote Originally Posted by jarredelectric View Post
    I love alien cloak tuck 3.0. It offers tons of settings for cant and retention. But it's alien gear.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtattoo79 View Post
    I find the single allows just enough movement to be comfortable but not enough to need readjustment. If I had to pick a order I guess it would be: Just for carry I prefer the PHLster Skeleton Gen2. If adding a bit of range time in I prefer the NSR Tactical C-1.




    Back in the day I liked the Comp-Tac C-Tac but I no longer use holsters with clips. However it's a great holster.
    Comptac holster are available with soft loops also, I have a pair
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtattoo79 View Post
    All that matters is that it works for you.
    True. And it works. Super comfortable for all day and can drive with it and stays pretty well concealed with no major printing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by noob View Post
    Comptac holster are available with soft loops also, I have a pair
    I asked Comp-Tac years ago if soft loops on the C-Tac was a option and they told me no. I may look back into it.

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    Absolutely agree with the idea that what's important is it works for YOU! Bought an alien gear cloak tuck a few months ago based on reviews,but it just doesn't work for me. Tried it several times with different dress pants and just couldn't make it comfortable and conceal well. Nothing against the product, it's very high quality, but doesn't work for ME. Went back to using a Desantis tuckable. Don't be afraid to spend some $$ trying different models, it's worth it when you consider what trying to accomplish. I don't regret having a few in the drawer that don't really work for me because it was part of the process that keeps me safe and confident in my carry gear.

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    Pocket holster!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LACamper View Post
    Pocket holster!
    +1 for sure ;-)




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    I like this Galco IWB rough leather holster "sheath" for my Glock 19. Have had it since the mid '90's and it serves me well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasarii View Post
    +1 for sure ;-)




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    I would have to agree with y'all


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    I think my next holster is going to be the Urban Carry inside the pants holster.

    Looks like a phone case on your belt.

    https://urbancarryholsters.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig220 View Post
    I think my next holster is going to be the Urban Carry inside the pants holster.

    Looks like a phone case on your belt.

    https://urbancarryholsters.com/
    Very interesting. I haven't seen this one. Looks nice, I wonder how it will print on your leg when sitting down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LACamper View Post
    Pocket holster!
    I would have to see if I could fit a handgun in most of my dress pant pockets. May have to buy a smaller firearm to carry if I will go pocket carry... or pants with bigger pockets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTOR51 View Post
    I would have to agree with y'all


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    Motor, if I would be purchasing a firearm to carry in my pocket, would you advocate for the LCP II?

    Any one else have opinions on pocket pistol options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saintsfan6 View Post
    Motor, if I would be purchasing a firearm to carry in my pocket, would you advocate for the LCP II?

    Any one else have opinions on pocket pistol options?
    The LCP is awesome for pocket carry. I do not own the LCP2 but I do have 2 of the older ones. I also have the belt clip
    Installed on them and that is a great option to slip in a waistband to run to the gas station etc. Granted it's a .380 but I'd rather have it than not have anything at all. I can carry an LCP in the pocket or clipped to the waistband of jogging pants and forget it's there.


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