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ShortRound - I use a slightly different technique. I have a tuckable, the Undershirt by Dave Workman, (Rosen licenses this for his "Workman") for my Beretta Mini-Cougar, 8040F. It is challenging to get all together in the morning without wearing yourself out. What I do is assemble all of the pieces i.e. pants on, belt on pants, holster on belt, gun in holster then get things "close" and zip up the zipper. Next I sit on the bed, this holds the holstered gun "in pace" and finish tucking in and then tighten the belt. Practice does help and every single pair of my pants have different belt loop spacing, thus requiring a slightly different holster placement :???: go figure.

BTW Lou, if you ever do get an itch to try your hand at making one let me know, I'll gladly be your guinea pig :grin:

Anyway, for those interested, below are some links to pictures:

Holster Concealed: http://www.zing.com/picture/p6cd492bce5 ... g.orig.jpg http://www.zing.com/picture/p6e39e0c51b ... g.orig.jpg

Holster Unconcealed: http://www.zing.com/picture/pdba36690c4 ... g.orig.jpg

Holster Pictures: http://www.zing.com/picture/p0f10d2a752 ... g.orig.jpg http://www.zing.com/picture/pb362230ffa ... g.orig.jpg

-- Chuck
 
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