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Posted: 10/11/2004 6:15:45 PM EST
any one ever use the compression t shirts with the built in holster looking for something a little more concealable ( My carry guns are sig 220's).
Thanks
Link Posted: 10/12/2004 4:37:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/12/2004 4:40:09 PM EST by Aim4MyHead]


www.kramerleather.com

i have one of these i wear when i dress up somethings. I carry a Glock G27 in it. Very comfortable and easy to conceal my gun. Now a P220 is a little large and heavy . not sure how comfortable that would be for any length of time. I am happy with this product though. oh yeah and i don't looklike a 80's gay porn star when i wear it like that guy . JMO

J
Link Posted: 10/14/2004 12:44:49 AM EST
And how do you know what 80s gay porn stars look like. Was it just an experimental time in you life?hock.gif
Link Posted: 10/14/2004 5:25:51 AM EST
no when i stopped by to see your wife i noticed a box under your side of the bed


J
Link Posted: 10/15/2004 7:10:09 AM EST
I've been interested in something like this also.
I have an elastic belt from actiondirect or directaction, but I'm not too crazy about it.

First is the open muzzle design which these shirts appear to have.
Second is the velcro strap which I find a real impediment to drawing the firearm.

For those of you who have these shirts, have you come up with a way to draw fairly rapidly?


I thought that was one of those BeeGee guys in the picture
Link Posted: 10/15/2004 8:24:19 AM EST
there is no quick way to draw from this method. When i carry this way it is only because i HAVE to or it is my B.U.G. If this is my primary weapon i would attempt cover before drawing. I have practice several times with many different methods. With a t-shirt or polo i have found the quickest way to be through the collar/ Pulling collar out with my left hand and reaching in my right . Button up shirt i would just bust the buttons. I can replace the shirt, not my life. This style of carry is only a last resort for me but, it does it's job as far as concealing a small frame gun.

J
Link Posted: 10/16/2004 7:21:52 AM EST
Are these shirts 'form-fitting' to the body?
Meaning, would a regular t-shirt sized to fit snug, with soft holster sewn on do the same thing?

Also, do you have to have the shirt tucked in to keep the gun from swinging around under your arm?

Thanks
Link Posted: 10/16/2004 9:14:46 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/16/2004 9:16:12 AM EST by LightSpeed2]
I have one of these, they are spandex and hug your body. this distributes the weight over your body.
There are 4 pockets with snaps and straps to configure the holster part where you want it and for what size.Undercover Comfort
Link Posted: 10/16/2004 9:17:05 AM EST

Originally Posted By LightSpeed2:
I have one of these, they are spandex and hug your body. this distributes the weight over your body.
There are 4 pockets with snaps and straps to configure the holster part where you want it and for what size.Undercover Comfort



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Link Posted: 10/16/2004 9:23:19 AM EST

Originally Posted By WSmac:
Are these shirts 'form-fitting' to the body?
Thanks


The shirt on the girl appears to be quite form fitting.
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