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Old 03-05-2012, 10:31 PM   #11
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Gotcha, ya, unless you wear bell bottoms, or have tree trunks for legs, probably gonna have trouble with ankle concealment.

Best thing I can tell you is research the tuckable holsters, see what fits you best. I carry a G30 IWB daily, in a simple Blackhawk size 6 but I don't have to "tuck". Never been "made"...at least to my knowledge.

Just like this...

http://www.reactgear.com/Blackhawk-Inisde-The-Pants-Holster-w-Strap-p/73ir-p.htm
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Old 03-06-2012, 01:28 AM   #12
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I too carry a PM 9, have done so for 4 years and also work in an office and wear tucked in shirts. Shortly after getting my Kahr I found Kahr's 3" belly band on their website.

I wear the band slung low around my hips which let's me position the pistol strong side just as if I were using an IWB holster. I strap it on in the morning so it tops out with the top of my drawers, pull and buckle my britches up around the whole thing and tuck in my button down short to conceal the gip. It also eliminates the problem of "what to do with your gun" while conducting a class 2 download in a public RR."

Just tug the whole rig up you mid sections to do your business and your good to go.

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Wow, I'm going to have to go look for that! Thanks for the info and the suggestion.

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What kind of work do you do?

Technically, I can't carry while I'm at work, but I can have it with me.
Well, if I could get another job, I normally work in IT which sometimes requires me to crawl around under desks and move equipment. It was just that kind of situation where I got spotted. The co-worker that spotted it didn't mind. It's the other person in the room that overheard is the one that I'm sure had something to say to upper management.

If they clearly state I can't carry, I'm still torn on if I would or not. However, if I did and got fired for it I wouldn't be upset.

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Gotcha, ya, unless you wear bell bottoms, or have tree trunks for legs, probably gonna have trouble with ankle concealment.

Best thing I can tell you is research the tuckable holsters, see what fits you best. I carry a G30 IWB daily, in a simple Blackhawk size 6 but I don't have to "tuck". Never been "made"...at least to my knowledge.

Just like this...

http://www.reactgear.com/Blackhawk-Inisde-The-Pants-Holster-w-Strap-p/73ir-p.htm
That's pretty similar to my IWB that I use now.

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Wow, I'm going to have to go look for that! Thanks for the info and the suggestion.



Well, if I could get another job, I normally work in IT which sometimes requires me to crawl around under desks and move equipment. It was just that kind of situation where I got spotted. The co-worker that spotted it didn't mind. It's the other person in the room that overheard is the one that I'm sure had something to say to upper management.

If they clearly state I can't carry, I'm still torn on if I would or not. However, if I did and got fired for it I wouldn't be upset.



That's pretty similar to my IWB that I use now.

I have seen a few t-shirts with a gun pocket.

http://www.amazon.com/Concealment-shoulder-holster-White-X-RIGHT/dp/B0023EUQMI

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check out these if price is a consideration.

http://www.desantisholster.com/store/SEARCH-BY-GUN-MANUFACTURER/KAHR/PM9/INSIDE-THE-WAIST-BAND-HOLSTERS/sof-tucktm

http://www.desantisholster.com/store/SEARCH-BY-GUN-MANUFACTURER/KAHR/PM9/INSIDE-THE-WAIST-BAND-HOLSTERS/Tuck-This-II

If your pistol is small enough

http://www.desantisholster.com/store/SEARCH-BY-GUN-MANUFACTURER/KAHR/PM9/INSIDE-THE-WAIST-BAND-HOLSTERS/P238-P238-Equinox

The Pocket-Tuk™ is a dual purpose pocket and tuck-able IWB holster. The clip can rotate 360 degrees to fit any carry position. The reinforced mouth aids in re-holstering, and the suede construction helps keep it all in place. Each Pocket-TukTM is supplied with a hex key to facilitate clip removal for pocket use. This is available for the same guns and has the same marking codes as style N38, The Nemesis®.
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