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Old 09-01-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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Hey Yall,

Master of Concealment is giving away a free Concealment T-Shirt to the winner of this contest. Just thought I would share for those who are interested.

Send me a PM if interested. Won't let me put a link up to the site that is giving it away. Contest ends at the end of September!
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Old 09-03-2009, 04:32 AM   #2
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I saw this shirt at a show recently, wish it to the bad guys. It's a cheap tee shirt with a cheap velcro holster added. Who would use this?? wear a good shoulder holster and get a better result.

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Thanks for the heads up on the contest. I personally can't find a use for such an item. How long would it actually take to get to your weapon should you need it?
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Originally Posted by spittinfire View Post
Thanks for the heads up on the contest. I personally can't find a use for such an item. How long would it actually take to get to your weapon should you need it?
I practice with another type, but I wear western shirts tucked in with snaps, I am down the 1.5/2 seconds on start to finish with dry fire double tap, I practice on average of 2hrs three times a week. I am now going to range about once every 2 week and practice live fire also and about the same time limit.
I use what is called the deep concealment holster.I is comfortable to me and the only one that seems to have ready access with out printing.

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Old 09-09-2009, 05:53 PM   #5
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I've seen these before, I think if they were better made they would be usefull for law enforcement deep undercover work, but for the everyday Joe I just don't think they are practical.
P.S. look how far out the butt of the grip sticks out in the picture, is that concealed?

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