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Hi,

I just got a new holster from DeSantis (Tuck-This!). It is really concealable. It rides low which in my opinion, is great for an concelament IWB. If I'd use an OWB for concealment, I'd choose a high ride.

http://store6.yimg.com/I/desantisholster_1767_9845840.jpg

I got it on:

http://store.yahoo.com/nyironworks/index.html

It is just my first day, so I would like to hear your opinions.

By the way: I did a couple of tactical mistakes: I received my holster by mail today at my office (1st mistake). Then I couldn't wait to arrive home to open the package, and a co-worker saw it and recognized it as a gun holster (2nd mistake).

He asked me loudly "great, did you get a gun?". I told him "no yet, this holster is for my father". He believed me, but is was very unconfortable to me to disclose that I probably carry.

Thanks!
 

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That does look really cool!!! let me know if it actually works hehehe. I actually ordered a new IWB desantis for my Microcompact the other day :>
 

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What keeps it from falling down? I don't see a top clasp over the belt. Is it comfortable? .... looks like a LARGE cross section of iron between the belt and you.
 

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I'll bet that its a clip that clips over the pants. Its similar to the Milt Sparks VM2 clips. It looks like kydex to me.

It looks like it might even clip to the bottom seam where the belt loops are, if that makes sense. It should hold very well.

Don't worry too much about your office mates. As long as they don't see it, they won't think twice about it.

If you blouse your shirt a bit, it should cover the bottom tab.

I usually tuck my shirt in, then raise my arms over my head to pull some slack out, which ends up covering any signs of the holster.
 
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