Easiest holster to tuck?


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g_one
November 19, 2013, 09:20 AM
So I know we all have our preferred holster brands, makers, materials, etc., and that different things will work best for different people. Having said that, I'm wondering if anyone can offer any input on which holster in their opinion is the easiest to 'tuck'?

My only experience with a tuckable holster was a Raven Concealment almost identical to the one pictured below, except it was for a G19 (I carried a G26 in it). The holster itself was comfortable and I had no problems wearing it, but actually tucking a shirt in while wearing it was just plain difficult and never really worked. I unfortunately have a body style where my gut is extremely large, but no hips or derriere to speak of, so I wear my waist/belt a little low - so that my gut sags over it rather than inside of it.

What am I looking to tuck? Right now an LCP. In the future maybe a slightly larger single stack like a Sig 938, or an XDs

http://www.ravenconcealment.com/image/cache/data/IWBOffsetWings-500x500-500x500.jpg

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Green_Giant
November 19, 2013, 10:47 AM
I have a tuckable holster made by the gent who runs www.kholster.com and it is a very comfortable, easy to tuck holster that is also a good value.

Thanks,
Tony

allaroundhunter
November 19, 2013, 10:57 AM
I use a White Hat Holsters Maxtuck and it works really well. Very comfortable even when I'm carrying for an extended period of time and tucks in very well for church or other formal occasions.

mugsie
November 20, 2013, 08:10 AM
I ordered one late Thursday night, arrived Monday morning. Fantastic holster. Great price, made in America,lifetime guarantee, comfortable as all get out. Best holster I own and I own a lot. Get one and you'll never look back.

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