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Angry Fist
08-07-2011, 17:02
I never do however, I was outside with all the kids awhile ago, and the wind kicked up pretty good, and I was glad I had my MTAC on. Did the ol' mirror check, and I'm all good. How about you?

Mohawk Grenade
08-07-2011, 17:08
MTAC also and tuck about half of the time. I do like the ability to choose tuck/untuck.

Angry Fist
08-07-2011, 17:12
MTAC also and tuck about half of the time. I do like the ability to choose tuck/untuck.
Yep. I wear longer shirts, about 6" or more past the beltline, and rarely have to deal with it. But today, the whole 'hood could have seen my gat. No good. I should be tucking in more often, I imagine.

CitizenOfDreams
08-07-2011, 17:17
I do. I never wear untucked shirts, with IWB holster or without.

FuturePharmD
08-07-2011, 17:25
I wear a shirt and tie to work in the pharmacy so tucked is a must. I know it takes a little more to draw but practice makes perfect on this.

Angry Fist
08-07-2011, 17:28
I wear a shirt and tie to work in the pharmacy so tucked is a must. I know it takes a little more to draw but practice makes perfect on this.
Absolutely. I need to add this to my training regimen.

Seconds, and fractions thereof, demand it.

jamaicanj
08-07-2011, 17:41
I have tuckable holsters, but almost never tuck

Warp
08-07-2011, 17:56
I usually carry a G19 in an MTAC without tucking my shirt.

I used to carry a G26 in a CTAC and while I generally did not tuck there was a ~2 year period where I carried at work, tucked, using that setup.

If I were really, really concerned with 'being made' I would either pocket or smartcarry or, if going IWB, would tuck. I may even get velcro on the inside of my belt and pick up some of those basically invisible v-clips

michael e
08-07-2011, 17:58
I never tuck my shirt in outside of work. I carry OWB about 1/3 of the time and keep shirt untucked for both IWB OWB carry.

DaneA
08-07-2011, 18:18
Everyday at work. Outside of work - no.

BailRecoveryAgent
08-07-2011, 20:09
Darn wind will get ya every time.

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Angry Fist
08-07-2011, 20:16
Darn wind will get ya every time.

http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x207/mezablue/monroe.jpg
:rofl: :thumbsup:

jeffyjeff
08-08-2011, 11:32
cbst, only time i've ever tucked is at a wedding~

golls17
08-08-2011, 11:54
Depends on the situation, but I'm yet to have an issue concealing either way.

Cheytac
08-08-2011, 11:57
Tuck the tuck-able, why else have it??? :dunno:

Rev. ChadW
08-08-2011, 12:49
Tuck the tuck-able, why else have it??? :dunno:

Always good to have options. IMO however, a tucked in shirt looks much more put together than an untucked shirt, which look slovenly unless it's a Hawaiian shirt at a Jimmy Buffett show.:cool:

eastx
08-08-2011, 13:29
I hardly ever tuck my shirt in, in the cases that I do, I have an ankle holster on order.

Cruiser1
08-08-2011, 14:03
To the judgemental: I don't think that I look like a slob at all and I rarely tuck my shirt in. I wear very good quality Cuban and Mexican short and long sleeve Guayaberas most of the time. I am comfortable and they cover very well.

codecowboy
08-08-2011, 22:05
Typically I stay untucked. Occasionally at church I'll tuck.

GellyNose
08-08-2011, 22:51
Holster kings holster can tuck depending on the weapon.

Folsom_Prison
08-09-2011, 00:04
I never tuck my crossbreed in.

Tommy Gun
08-12-2011, 14:13
Sometimes, that is when I ware a tie with dress shirt and pants mostly. Sometimes no, I go untucked.

ferretray
08-15-2011, 13:35
Always good to have options. IMO however, a tucked in shirt looks much more put together than an untucked shirt, which look slovenly unless it's a Hawaiian shirt at a Jimmy Buffett show.:cool:

Each to their own, I reckon.
I wear square-hemmed shirts designed to be worn untucked. They are available in quite a variety of materials, colors and styles.
I've noticed many guys in my age bracket here in Texas sporting these shirts, with either boots and jeans or khakis and shoes, etc.,.
This is coming from a former Jarhead who prefers to go about squared-away.
Ref. the OP, there are times when I'll go tucked. Often enough that its a feature I require in my IWB holsters.

SAG
08-15-2011, 14:51
Unless I'm sleeping in it, I always tuck my shirt.
I think an untucked shirt looks unkempt.

However I find that the bulge from my Comp-Tac is often still a bit too obvious and in that situation I will pocket carry (R9 or PM9) and/or ankle carry (PM45).

Mudshark100
08-15-2011, 17:00
Never tuck.

Oramac
08-16-2011, 15:10
i use an MTAC as well, and have to tuck at work. i wear a shirt and tie most every day and my only other option is my thunderwear. i do use it as well, but the MTAC is quite a bit more comfortable for me.

outside work, i rarely, if ever, tuck though.