The Stylish Man’s Guide to Concealed Carry

How to arrange good-looking clothing around the decidedly non-standard bulge of a handgun is a topic worth looking at. It’s something that a whole range of men need to think about: police detectives, security guards, entrepreneurs in dangerous countries, and even your average American civilian who prefers to be armed.

“Concealed carry” exists for a number of reasons. When you’re doing it, you want to be living up to both parts of the phrase: you want to be carrying, and have access to, a firearm, and you want it to be discreetly hidden until such time as you need it.

For some men, any jacket long enough to hide a holster is sufficient. But for most men, concealed carry needs to fit other societal expectations:

Most plainclothes peace officers will have specific dress needs — either a respectable suit or blazer to give them out-of-uniform authority, or in some cases a disguise to help them blend into their environment.

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  • Pointman 49

    An unbuttoned, untucked denim shirt suits me just fine~!!

    • James Crawford

      Down here in Florida, I regularly wear those square hemmed, slightly loose fitting fishing shirts untucked…leaving the bottom button disengaged.

  • marineh2ominer

    I carry concealed to comply with the laws written to appease the idiotic in the public that experience copious amounts of brown stinking stuff oozing down their legs at the mere thought that someone in the crowd might possibly have enough courage to defend a life EVEN IF IT”S THEIR OWN . Beyond that I don’t really care who discerns what I am or am not carrying .

  • fliteking

    I cannot carry to work, as I have to cross state borders. Have begun carrying a knife at all times though. Just got an old timey Kephart style knife, appears neutral to joe six pack yet is very capable.

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