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Just got a Galco Tuck-n-go for my Glock 27 and another for my Ruger LCP. Shorts and a tucked in t-shirt for dinner and a movie with the wife and friends. Wife is used to an untucked light colored shirt or seeing a tucked in dark shirt with my black belly band. I wore a light shirt tucked in. I was asked by her at the restaurant why I wasn't packing. This is a great holster if my wife didn't even know.

As an FYI I am 6'2" 300+++. While being large is great for concealment, it isn't always comfortable. The Tuck-n-go is super comfortable. I wear it anywhere from my 2:30 to my 5:00. It is most comfortable resting on my 3:00. It rides very low in the waistband. If I wanted I could adjust the cant and make the LCP disappear behind my pants. It was less than $30 from Amazon and is worth a try.
 

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Casey Tripp said:
Just got a Galco Tuck-n-go for my Glock 27 and another for my Ruger LCP. Shorts and a tucked in t-shirt for dinner and a movie with the wife and friends. Wife is used to an untucked light colored shirt or seeing a tucked in dark shirt with my black belly band. I wore a light shirt tucked in. I was asked by her at the restaurant why I wasn't packing. This is a great holster if my wife didn't even know.

As an FYI I am 6'2" 300+++. While being large is great for concealment, it isn't always comfortable. The Tuck-n-go is super comfortable. I wear it anywhere from my 2:30 to my 5:00. It is most comfortable resting on my 3:00. It rides very low in the waistband. If I wanted I could adjust the cant and make the LCP disappear behind my pants. It was less than $30 from Amazon and is worth a try.
Awesome to hear!! Throw up some pics of the holster if you get a chance :)
 

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That's just it; I put up pictures, but it is so concealed, even you can't see it.

Actually, I will see if my phone can capture an image for you.
 

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That's just it; I put up pictures, but it is so concealed, even you can't see it.

Actually, I will see if my phone can capture an image for you.
Haha super slick
 

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+1 on the Split Decision. Have one I use and it works great. I rotate between it, a crossbreed, and a Tucker Gunleather Texas Heritage for my off-duty G27.
 

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Here are the pictures of the holsters. If you can see them good for you. If not then they have concealed themselves again.
 

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Here are the pictures of the holsters. If you can see them good for you. If not then they have concealed themselves again.
Nice I really like those my go that route my self
 

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Here are the pictures of the holsters. If you can see them good for you. If not then they have concealed themselves again.
Those are slick. Might have to grab one even though I just bought a holster a few days ago!
 

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Tuck and go is a good holster. Other guys on my PD use them for appendix carry.

I tried one, not bad. My complaint is a common one...the weight of the gun is on your pants not so much your belt. The J-hook goes over waistband and hooks under the belt, thus placing gun weight on waistband and belt helps secure gun against the body.

Some like that. Me, Not so much. I like the weight on my belt so it is distributed more and with a good stiff belt doesn't make my pants sag..
 

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Tighten my belt to keep it from slipping.
 
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