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    Concealment Shirt Holster by ABetterHolster.com

    I've been trying to ride my bike more lately but had problems figuring out the best way for me to carry while riding my bike. My IWB holster was out of the question since it would be uncomfortable and seen by everyone. My ankle holster was also out of the question. Then I got my hands on a Concealment Shirt Holster from ABetterHolster.com. The material is similar to the tight sports t-shirts that are increasingly popular at the moment. If you haven't worn one of these before it may take a little getting used to as they are very tight on the body. In fact I believe you are supposed to get the size lower then you normally wear.I have a few myself actually and find them comfortable to wear. They've sewn in a holster on one side and a place for three magazines on the other side which are made from an elastic material. You could also use the magazine holsters for a flashlight, knife, or pepper spray. They also make them for left or right handed which you specify while checking out.

    My Glock G23 (Compact) did fit in the holster but I had the best fit with my Glock G26 (Sub-Compact). I wore it around the house for a while to get used to it and from the beginning it seemed pretty comfortable. After I threw on a shirt it wasn't noticeable unless I did some bending over while stretching out my arm. You can control these movements to keep concealed while you are out just like how I squat instead of bend over to pick something up when I'm carrying my IWB.

    Then I went out for about a 45 minute walk with my dog and had no problems at all. I thought I would be a little worried about printing since it was a new way of carrying but I was totally certain that I wasn't printing through my t-shirt. So I decided to go on my bike ride and see how comfortable it was. I have to say I'm very impressed. I thought maybe my arms would run on it while riding but again, no problems at all. I will definitely be using this whenever I ride my bike now. With this I can carry my smaller CamelBak make for biking that doesn't have all the pockets as I just toss in my drivers license, CCW permit, and a CC.

    I do want to add that to draw you'll have to lift up your shirt and cross draw from the holster. I will be incorporating this in my dry practice routine. I won't expect this to be a smooth process until I've practiced it quite a bit. I will still carry with my IWB on a daily basic but will most likely use the Concealment Shirt Holster everyday when riding my bike. In my opinion you should do whatever it takes to carry wherever you go since you cannot pick and choose when you'll need a firearm.

    They come in sized Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2X, and 3X. They come in black or while and also right or left handed as I mentioned. There is also a version called the Gat Pac which included a holster on both sides so you can carry two guns.

    For the price of $49.95, this is a great addition to your concealed carry setup. Checkout ABetterHolster.com and their Concealment Shirt Holster today!







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    Nice review. Thanks for posting it. My only question is about washing the shirt. Have you washed it yet? Does it seem like it will hold up pretty well?

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    Yep, I've washed it a few times already with my other white cloths and just let it hang dry. Hasn't changed it one bit.


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    I carry a M&P 40c. Other than it being about .4" longer than your Glock, the specs look about the same. I think I will get one of the shirts and give it a try. Did you order yours a size smaller? I have worn a few Under Armour type shirts and don't find them uncomfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epibudda View Post
    I carry a M&P 40c. Other than it being about .4" longer than your Glock, the specs look about the same. I think I will get one of the shirts and give it a try. Did you order yours a size smaller? I have worn a few Under Armour type shirts and don't find them uncomfortable.
    Yep, I ordered 1 size smaller than the normal shirt size I wear. And let them know USA Carry sent ya!


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  7. Hey Luke, great review. I'd just like to ad that when you order one of our shirt holsters, use your standard T-shirt as a "guideline". If you wear your T-shirts snug, order up a size. If you wear prefer your T-shirts a little loose, order the same size shirt holster. The addition of the holsters to the shirt material makes them lose approx 1/2 a size. Example: if you order a XL shirt holster, it is actually the size of a "large and a half". That's what gives it the ability to fit snugly and conceal weapons so well.

    As with all of our shirt holsters, we offer a 1 week exchange policy. If the shirt holster you've ordered doesn't fit you properly, we will exchange it for a correct fitting size holster at no charge.

    If anyone has any questions regarding the Concealment Shirt Holster or any of our concealment products, please contact us through our web site: www.abetterholster.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by biff138 View Post
    Hey Luke, great review. I'd just like to ad that when you order one of our shirt holsters, use your standard T-shirt as a "guideline". If you wear your T-shirts snug, order up a size. If you wear prefer your T-shirts a little loose, order the same size shirt holster. The addition of the holsters to the shirt material makes them lose approx 1/2 a size. Example: if you order a XL shirt holster, it is actually the size of a "large and a half". That's what gives it the ability to fit snugly and conceal weapons so well.

    As with all of our shirt holsters, we offer a 1 week exchange policy. If the shirt holster you've ordered doesn't fit you properly, we will exchange it for a correct fitting size holster at no charge.

    If anyone has any questions regarding the Concealment Shirt Holster or any of our concealment products, please contact us through our web site: www.abetterholster.com
    Thanks for the heads up.


    Memberships: NRA, GOA, USCCA
    Guns: Glock 26, Ruger LCP, Beretta 90-Two .40, Beretta PX4 Storm Subcompact 9MM, Beretta Tomcat, Bushmaster Patrolman M4

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    The web site does not say anything about model of gun. Will it fit a Hi-Power or a 1911?

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    I went with the Concealment T that sportsman's guide hade for sale.It does the job.They have them for small pistols and large ones.

    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=392511

    Last edited by Brainchild; 08-30-2008 at 04:58 PM.
    Give everybody guns.
    Natural selection will cull out the idiots.

  11. I find it hot. It will work well here in florida in the winter.I can carry my commander size 1911 in it. Want to wear it under a vest.

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