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Old 12-14-2012, 01:30 PM   #11
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So an LC9 might fit?
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Anybody tried these new underarm holster undershirts? I wanna try one but they are relatively expensive. Anybody with first hand experience wanna give a review?
I have 2 of the holster t-shirts by 5.11, and they work just fine if you are carryine a small pistol such as the Taurus TCP or the Ruger LCP. Anything larger, and they will droop pretty badly. Also be warned, carrying this way will demand increased cleaning time with your firearm due to the sweat. I usually don't use these in the summer for that reason.
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A 6" belly band would be the best way to conceal a M&P. You can carry the gun in the same position as you would IWB without dragging your britches off. I just wear suspenders when I carry in the waistband.
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Old 12-14-2012, 03:26 PM   #14
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Does belly band have a website or are they just sold by retailers?
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Anybody tried these new underarm holster undershirts? I wanna try one but they are relatively expensive. Anybody with first hand experience wanna give a review?
I don't know about that brand of shirt, but here a link to one that I do like (cheaper too) ....and it will carry most guns, revolver or pistol.

http://www.kansasccw.org/concealment-t-t-shirt-holsters

Be sure to order it to fit tight.
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Is there one for men?
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Is there one for men?
Yep, go the order link and you'll find sizes for men there.

EDIT.....It looks like the link has changed since I ordered mine. Shirts are all sleeveless now and no difference from women's style.

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I'll look into this after christmas
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I'm looking at the 5.11 tactical series of shirts
$80 is too rich for me. I'll just stick to a regular shirt ($19.99). I can buy 4 more....
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