Concealment-T T-Shirt Holsters

Want to buy the latest technology concealment t-shirt?

I have a lot of various holsters available at the gunshows, and over the past few years, I’ve had a chance to try out a lot of systems. The Concealment-T T-Shirt holster is one of the nicer ones that I’ve tried, and one of the few that I personally use on a regular basis.

A Quick Note:  These photos show the Concealment-T t-shirts women’s version, NOT THE CURRENT PRODUCTION PACKIN’ TEE SHIRTS. Please do NOT use these photos as representations of what we are currently offering, as this is an older, and no longer stocked, model.

At it’s heart, the Concealment-T T-shirt holster is exactly what it sounds like… a regular, normal, ordinary t-shirt that just happens to conceal a firearm. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s 14k  at you:

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-Shirt

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-Shirt

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-shirt, image 2

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-shirt, image 2

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-Shirt, image 3

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-Shirt, image 3

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-Shirt, image 4

Morgan in a Concealment-T T-Shirt, image 4

Morgan with a 1911 in a Concealment-T t-shirt, image 01

Morgan with a 1911 in a Concealment-T t-shirt, image 01

Morgan drawing a 1911 from a Concealment-T t-shirt, image 002

Morgan drawing a 1911 from a Concealment-T t-shirt, image 002

Morgan with the 1911 just clear of the Concealment-T t-shirt, image 003

Morgan with the 1911 just clear of the Concealment-T t-shirt, image 003

Morgan showing off her J-Frame "Ladysmith" revolver in a Concealment-T t-shirt, image 004

Morgan showing off her J-Frame "Ladysmith" revolver in a Concealment-T t-shirt, image 004

Morgan starting her draw of her J-Frame Ladysmith Revolver from her Concealment-T t-shirt, image 005

Morgan starting her draw of her J-Frame Ladysmith Revolver from her Concealment-T t-shirt, image 005

Morgan clears her J-Frame ladysmith from her Concealment-T t-shirt, image 007

Morgan clears her J-Frame ladysmith from her Concealment-T t-shirt, image 007

Extra Shot, Morgan in her "Tacgirls" outfit, set up for dual holster, with the second one being a mag carrier, image 008

Extra Shot, Morgan in her "Tacgirls" outfit, set up for dual holster, with the second one being a mag carrier, image 008

Extra Shot, Morgan in her "Tacgirls" outfit, set up for dual holster, with the second one being a mag carrier, image 009

Extra Shot, Morgan in her "Tacgirls" outfit, set up for dual holster, with the second one being a mag carrier, image 009

Extra Shot, Morgan in her "Tacgirls" outfit, set up for dual holster, with the second one being a mag carrier, image 010

Extra Shot, Morgan in her "Tacgirls" outfit, set up for dual holster, with the second one being a mag carrier, image 010

Remember that you can click on any of these images to see the full sized photo.

Before we go too much farther, let me explain that Morgan is wearing a womens size small t-shirt, the smallest one in the line. Other sizes are considerably longer, and the Men’s T-Shirts in particular have lower holsters, so don’t worry about having a gun in your armpit unless you are Morgan’s size or smaller. :)

A further clarification:  The original images (the ones with a yard in the background) feature Morgan in a small women’s concealment-t.  The “new” images (the ones with a gray wall background) feature Morgan in a “Medium Minus” Concealment-T t-shirt.  It fits her more loosely than does the small sized, but still provides her with enough support for her firearms and ammo load. Morgan prefers the looser, more comfortable fit.

Lets answer a few common questions about the Concealment-T t-shirt holster:

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[Q] Are they all sleeveless as shown above, or are there sleeved versions?

[A] All existing ones that I’m aware of are sleeveless.  The main reason, according to the manufacturer, is if a sleeved version were produced, it might be possible to have the sleeve interfere with the draw motion when you go to present the weapon… and that would be a very bad thing indeed.  So, sleeveless is fine by me.. :)

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[Q] What colors are they available in?

[A] Black and White only.

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[Q] Are there multiple holster types?

[A] Yes, there are two. Concealment-T calls them “large” and “small”, I tend to call them “Thick” and “thin”.

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[Q] What guns fit in a “Small” or “Thin” holster?

[A] In general, single column mag guns with rounded trigger guards and no real protrusions. Also, interestingly enough, J-Frame revolvers fit in the small/thin holster. 1911′s, Kahrs, some Kel-Tecs, and lots of others.

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[Q] What fits in the “Large” or “Thick” holster?

[A] Well, the short answer is “if it didn’t fit in a thin, here you go”… but that’s not quite right. In general, Single or Double column mag autos, including those with square trigger guards, but NOT including ANY revolver no matter what the size.

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[Q] I have a revolver that I would like to use that’s not a J-Frame, will it work?

[A] A Ruger SP101 or Colt Dectective Special can be used, but only with a small modification to the holster itself.  Nothing larger (K-Frame, L-Frame, N-Frame, X-Frame or any equivalent) can be used.  See me at a gun show, and I’ll explain the modification that needs to be made in order to produce an SP101 capable holster.

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[Q] Is there a weight limit on the gun?

[A] Yes, the gun and ammo cannot weight more than 41 ounces. When it comes to concealed carry weapons, though, that’s a whole lot of gun. I’ve tested this with a fully loaded Smith M&P MP40 full sized pistol without any trouble, and I’ve also tried it with a fully loaded Glock 35 (tricked out with all sorts of stuff, including tru-glow night sights), and had no trouble hiding either. At gun shows, I’ve fitted guns up to and including a HK USP .45 pistol successfully. When in doubt, bring your gun with you to the gun show, and lets give it a fit!

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[Q] Will this wear out eventually?

[A] This is a piece of clothing, and eventually, it will wear out. When, I can’t tell you, but I can tell you that I’ve used the same shirt for over a year and a half now without any significant wear on it, and I’m using it at a minimum twice a week (at the shows), plus occasionally in my real life. In fact, I was wearing it today with my Para-Ord when I had some errands to do, so this one shirt, with a years use and 75+ washings on it, is still working fine for me.

Just an update on this… according to the manufacturer, you should be able to get two years of use out of each shirt.  I can confirm 22 months personally, and I stopped using that shirt simply because I had lost weight and the shirt didn’t fit me properly anymore.  In fact, I have passed that shirt on to another person to use and they are quite happy with it.  These shirts are build pretty darn tough.

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[Q] Do I have to wear an overshirt with this?

[A] Only if you want to hide the gun. :) (yes, I get this question). Seriously, you don’t need a really baggy shirt, just don’t go for skintight. A regular comfortable fit will usually work just fine, unless you are hauling a particularly hard to hide weapon, and then, your milage may vary. Always consult a mirror and a trusted friend to make sure that you have a good drape on the weapon before exposing yourself to unfriendly scrutiny.

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[Q] Does the shirt need to be tight on me?

[A] Some degree of snugness is desirable, not only because it helps to keep the gun where you want it at, but it also helps when you go to draw the weapon. You don’t need “I can’t breath” tightness, but you certainly don’t want to have the shirt loose on you, because if the shirt is loose, the gun is loose, and you will NOT like that feeling, trust me on this. If the gun is constantly shifting position, it will quickly drive you nuts. When it stays in it’s proper place, this holster is a dream… but wearing one too big will soon turn your dream into a serious annoyance.

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[Q] Why is this holster so comfortable to wear?

[A] Well, keeping in mind the “get the right size” rule, this is very comfortable to wear for one big reason… it stores a gun on a portion of your body that just doesn’t bend. Think about it… when was the last time you bent your ribcage when moving? Unless you are a contortionist (and even then, I have my doubts), you never have. That part of your body just doesn’t move around. Everything -around- it moves around.. but it doesn’t. Planting a gun here insures that said gun never has to find it’s way into a soft and tender part of your body at an inopportune time.

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[Q] How easy is this holster for others to spot?

[A] It’s amazingly difficult. Most people can tell you are carrying a weapon because either you are wearing something that gives away that you are carrying (say, unseasonable clothing), or because you bend over or move in such a way as to expose the weapon (very common with waist-based systems, shirts LOVE to ride up), or because the wind just didn’t want to help you keep your secret. The Concealment-T T-shirt holster looks just like any other run-of-the mill t-shirt (avoiding the look of “shoot me first” clothing), you can’t bend in such a way as to reveal the gun (because the gun is at a non-bending spot), and assuming you aren’t wearing a completely unbuttoned over shirt, the wind shouldn’t be able to expose you.

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[Q] Is this shirt hot to wear?

[A] It’s no better or worse than any other 100 percent cotton pre-shrunk t-shirt. If you wear a t-shirt normally, this will already be second nature. If you aren’t in that habit (and I wasn’t), then the t-shirt will be a bit warmer than being t-shirtless, but it’s really not that bad overall. My personal experience is that it is tight enough to act as a “wick” and pulls sweat away from the body, actually acting as a bit of a cooler and regulator.

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[Q] I have a friend that tried a T-Shirt Holster and didn’t like it…

[A] If he/she had a Concealment T-Shirt, it could have been that they got the wrong size, that’s the most common issue with most people. Getting the right size makes all the difference in the world. If it wasn’t a Concealment-T t-shirt, then don’t apply their experience to this product, please. There are other manufacturers making a similar product, but with different materials, such as mesh, or a thick “compression” material, and they have radically different handling characteristic’s compared to the Concealment-T T-shirt holster.

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[Q] The photos show a holster on the left hand side, can I get one on the right hand side?

[A] All Concealment-T T-shirts are “cross draw” style holsters. A right handed persons gun will be on the left hand side, a left handed person’s gun will be on the right hand side. Both styles are usually kept in stock. Note that this holster was NOT designed to be drawn “same side”, only crossdraw, and in fact, even if you are flexible enough to pull it off, I don’t recommend it because it will make it far harder to hide the weapon (the buttstock is facing the wrong way).

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[Q] Can I get a Concealment-T T-shirt with two gun holsters (left and right hand), or one gun holster and 1-2 magazine pouches on the other side?

[A] Yes, Concealment-T does make such shirts, but we do not stock them, and it would be a special order type of item. Please talk to me at a show for more details.

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OK, here’s a list of guns, and what holsters they fit in:

AMT Backup .380 – large and small holster

Armalite AR-24 – large holster

Beretta 1934 .380 - small or large holster

Beretta 84 – large holster

Beretta 92/96 – large holster

Beretta 9000, 9000s – large holster

Beretta Cheeta – Large Holster

Beretta Cougar – large holster

Beretta PX4 – large holster

Beretta Tomcat .32 – large or small holster, small preferred.

Bersa Thunder – large holster

Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact 45 – large holster

Browning BDA – large holster

Browning High Power – large or small holster

Charter Arms Pathfinder or Undercover – small holster only

Charter Arms Patriot .357 6-shot – small holster only, check for fit

Colt 1903 – small or large holster, small preferred

Colt Combat Commander – large or small holster

Colt Defender – large or small holster

Colt Detective Special – small holster ONLY, check for fit

Colt Government .380, Mustang, Pony – large or small holster, small preferred.

Colt Government MK IV – large or small holster

Colt or any other 1911 with round trigger guard – large or small holster

Colt Officers Model – large or small holster

Colt Pocket 9 – small or large holster – prefer small holster

CZ 40B – large holster

CZ 40P – large holster

CZ 75B – large holster

CZ 75 SP-01 – large holster

CZ 75 P07 Duty – large holster

CZ 82 – large holster

Daewoo 9/40 – large holster

EA Witness Series P, PS, PC, P Comp – large holster

FEG P94 9mm – Large Holster

FEG P9R – Large Holster

FN Forty-Nine, FN9, FN40 – large holster

FN FNP 45 – large holster

Glock 17, 22, 31 – large holster

Glock 19, 23, 32, 36 - large holster

Glock 20, 21, 37 – large holster

Glock 26, 27, 33 – large holster

Glock 29, 30 – large holster

Highpoint .380, 9mm, .40SW, .45 – large holster

H&K 4 .32 – small or large holster, small preferred

H&K 45 – large holster

H&K P7, P7M8, P7M13 – large holster

H&K USP (any caliber) – large holster

H&K USP compact (any caliber) – large holster

H&K P2000 (any caliber) – large holster

Helwan Brigadier – small or large holster

Herstal 5.7 – large holster only, check to make sure sight clears holster before use

Hipoint 380 – large holster

Hipoint 9mm – large holster

Hipoint .45 – large holster

IMI Desert Eagle “Baby Eagle” – large holster

Jennings J22 – small holster preferred

Jiminez JA9 – large holster

Kahr (any model, any caliber) – small or large holster, small preferred

Kel-Tec P11 – large holster

Kel-Tec P32 – small or large holster, small preferred

Kel-Tec P3AT – small or large holster, small preferred

Kel-Tec PF9 – small or large holster

Kimber (any 1911) – small or large holster

Kimber Ultra Carry - small or large holster

Llama .380 – small or large holster

Llama .45 – small or large holster

Makarov – large holster

NAA .22 Revolver – too small for these holsters, sorry.

NAA Guardian .32 / .380 – small or large holster, small preferred

Phoenix HP .22 – small holster preferred

Rossi R351 – small holster only

Ruger LCP – large or small holster, small preferred

Ruger P345 – large holster

Ruger P85, P89, P89DC – large holster

Ruger P90, P90DC, P91 – large holster

Ruger P93, P95, P94, P97 – large holster

Ruger SR9 – large holster

S&W J-Frame (any) – small holster only

S&W Chiefs Special, 317, airlite, 36, 37, 49, 442-1, 60, 638-2, 640, 649, 642-1 Lady Smith, 650, 940, Airweight, Bodyguard – small holster only

S&W 1006, 4506, 645 – large holster

S&W 1026, 1076, 4576 – large holster

S&W 1086, 4586 – large holster

S&W 39, 59, 439, 459, 639, 659, 3904, 5904, 5906 – large holster

S&W SC Commander – small or large holster

S&W 1911 – small or large holster

S&W 3913 round trigger and LadySmith – small or large holster

S&W 3913 Square Trigger, 6904 6906 square trigger – large holster

S&W 3913 TSW – large holster

S&W 3953, 6904, 6906 round trigger – large holster

S&W 4006, 4026, 4043, 4046, 410, 411, 5943, 5946 round trigger, 909, 910, 915 – large holster

S&W 4006 Bobbed, 5926 – large holster

S&W 4006 TSW, 5906 TSW – large holster

S&W 4013 TSW, 4013 – large holster

S&W 4516-1, 457 – large holster

S&W 4056 TSW, 4053 TSW – large holster

S&W 4513 TSW, 4553 TSW – large holster

S&W 4556 – large holster

S&W 4563 TSW – large holster

S&W 4566 round trigger – large holster

S&W 469, 669, square trigger – large holster

S&W 5944, 5946 square trigger – large holster

S&W 908 – large holster

S&W 99, 99-45, compact – large holster

S&W CS9, CS40, CS45 – small or large holster

S&W M&P9, M&P40, M&P45, M&P9C, M&P40C – large holster

S&W Sigma .380 – small or large holster

S&W Sigma 9F, 40F, SW9M - large holster

S&W Sigma Compact 40C, 40V, 9C, 9V – large holster

Seecamp – Small holster

Sig Sauer GSR 1911 – large holster

Sig Sauer 2340 – large holster

Sig Sauer 239 – large holster

Sig Sauer 220, 226, 226R, 220R – large holster

Sig Sauer 225, 228, 229, 229R, 226R DAK, 226R DAK – large holster

Sig Sauer 230, 232 – small or large holster

Sig Sauer P245 – large holster

Sig Sauer P250 – large holster

Skyy 9mm – large holster

Springfield Armory XD, XD 40-4, XD 40-5, 45-4, 45-5, XD-M, Sub Compact – large holster

Springfield Armory 1911 GI 4″, 1911 GI 5″, Micro Compact GI 3″ - small or large holster

Springfield Armory 1911 Rails “Operator” – large holster

Springfield Armory P9C – large holster

Star Firestar – large holster

Stoeger 8000 Cougar – large holster

Taurus 24/7 – large holster

Taurus 85 – small holster only

Taurus OSS – large holster

Taurus PT908, PT945, PT99, PT100, PT101 – large holster

Taurus PT111, PT145, Millennium Pro – large holster

Taurus PT145 with Rails – large holster

TZ 75 – large holster

Walther PPK, PPK/s – Small or large holster

Walther PPS – large holster

Walther P99, P99C – large holster

Walther P22 – large holster

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