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Old 05-09-2014, 07:39 AM   #1
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Concealed Carry for Professionals - How???

I'm an attorney. I have a CC permit. I am baffled still at how to CC when not wearing a suit. Essentially, is it possible to CC when wearing a white shirt/tie and dress pants or not. Or is is just limited to something like a pocket gun/ankle holster?

I wear suits plenty, but not every day. EVERY day however I do have a tucked in dress shirt with a tie. How do you conceal with that?
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Old 05-09-2014, 07:47 AM   #2
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I googled concealed carry t-shirt and this was the first that came up. There are several different manufacturers, though. I think Reedo posted a different one a few weeks back. You're not going to win a quick draw with one of these, though, that's for sure.
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Old 05-09-2014, 07:51 AM   #3
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I'm an attorney. I have a CC permit. I am baffled still at how to CC when not wearing a suit. Essentially, is it possible to CC when wearing a white shirt/tie and dress pants or not. Or is is just limited to something like a pocket gun/ankle holster?

I wear suits plenty, but not every day. EVERY day however I do have a tucked in dress shirt with a tie. How do you conceal with that?
IM sure you'll get better results in a gun forum...dcik

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I googled concealed carry t-shirt and this was the first that came up. There are several different manufacturers, though. I think Reedo posted a different one a few weeks back. You're not going to win a quick draw with one of these, though, that's for sure.
Oh I can see that going real swell. "Wait sir, lemme just un-button all my dress clothes to access my inaccessible handgun to blow you away. Just oneeeeee more minute. Yep, there we go! BANG!"

Should I just be looking at an ankle holster?

I'm not buying new suits. 3 of my suits alone each cost $800. My shirts are average whatever shirts for the most part, but my suits, they are an investment for me. And they fit me great. I could probably ram a gun in the waist....I just don't know what to do about when I'm not wearing a jacket cause it's 100+ degrees outside.
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I have one. it works. There are several companies that make this type of holster.
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If you are serious, try a nylon pocket holster with Bodyguard 38. It is only 14oz.

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I have a super tuck holster that I use with a dress shirt and pants... Feels great and you really can't tell unless you are looking for it.... I carry a Glock 26 in the summer time and a 228 in the winter...
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I have a super tuck holster that I use with a dress shirt and pants... Feels great and you really can't tell unless you are looking for it.... I carry a Glock 26 in the summer time and a 228 in the winter...
Can you take a pic of how you have the supertuck with a dress shirt?

I really wanted a p938 or S&W Shield.

And yes, I'm seriously considering an ankle holster or some type of belly band (it'll just look like I have a gut haha)
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Can you take a pic of how you have the supertuck with a dress shirt?

I really wanted a p938 or S&W Shield.

And yes, I'm seriously considering an ankle holster or some type of belly band (it'll just look like I have a gut haha)
I posted a video of what he's talking about.

I carry the S&W shield in it every day. No one knows i'm packing. Not even the people i work with every day. My wife didn't know for months until i showed her.
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Deep concealment and quick access don't always go hand in hand, you'll need to decide what's more important to you.

I have a Comptac MTAC which is tuckable, but I don't trust it enough to wear in an extremely NPE. I've noticed that my shirt has a tendency to become untucked after a few hours of moving around (Sitting, bending etc). I'd stand up after sitting for a while and BAM! grip was exposed. Not a huge issue when I lived in TX, because my office was super small and extremely casual (Often wore my shirt untucked).

But here in VA, I have to be more careful. I've tried carrying in bag (which means sometimes leaving it at my desk) and AIWB, (Uncomfortable after a few hours of sitting)

I'm going to try a different AIWB holster, and then give the Smartcarry holster a try.

One thing that's really helped office carry for me over the winter is a sweater vest. Most offices are cold as sh!t anyhow.
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