frreed wrote:I carry tucked with a High Noon tuckable holster. I can't remember the model name, but I have had it for about 6 years. It has a wide black clip that fits over the belt. Yes that is over the belt. For work (I am a minister) I tuck a black shirt into black pants and the clip disappears. That only makes sense. I also were it with jeans, shorts, khakis, and floral print prairie skirts (just kidding). I have never had anyone mention it and my guess is very few have even noticed. As long as the pistol is covered, I am not worried.
My point is that as long as it is comfortable, secure and conceals the pistol, go for it.
jl39775 wrote:My concern is being made at work. I work in a downtown office and there are a lot a people around. There is nothing in the policy regarding any weapons so I'm thinking about carrying at work. I'm not sure what would happen if I was made and I don't plan on asking if it's okay to carry. There are a lot of crazy people walking around downtown Houston and I would feel safe carrying while at work.
GeronimoAg wrote:Love the velcro clips! In my experience, they are as good as invisible.
I wear my shirt tucked in at work everyday, so I got a Minotaur MTAC with the velcro clips. I also got some of the "industrial strength" velcro strips from Home Depot to put on my belts. I figured I'd try them out and that I might have to replace them after a month when they wore out. Well, after carrying this way for +/-4 months, there's no noticeable wear on the velcro, and the adhesive is sticking like the day I put it on.