The tuckable holsters do a good job of concealing a G26. I have a CompTac Minotaur and you can settle the pistol very deep if that is the way you want to carry it. I typically pull out my shirt tail a little so it will be loose enough to conceal the butt of the pistol. Even a golf shirt will conceal it. But you will always have the belt clip or loop or belt straps showing.
Side note: I don't often wear this style of holster due to how difficult it is to put on. My work took me to lots of places that I can't carry and lots that I can. Particularly schools. So I was constantly taking it on and off. Easy enough with a simple kydex holster with belt clip, but the tuckables are much more difficult to get into proper place. Nowadays, I dress much more casual and typically wear my shirt tail out. So it doesn't matter. I often carry a G22 now.
11-29-2018 09:04 AM
Glock 26 with tuckable holster
My current 90% carry system is a Glock 19 chopped to 26 length with RMR and APLc carried IWB at 4 o'clock. For my non-permissive / deep concealment i have a G42 with a pocket holster. i typically carry this when i have to tuck in my shirt or just where i cannot conceal my 19. i use to pocket carry the 42 more in gym shorts until i recently started buying 5.11 shorts that are lightweight like gym shorts, but they have beltloops as well so i carry my 19 now when i'm in my PT's.
I have a G26 with a standard IWB holster as well as a pocket holster. I use to carry my G26 in the pocket but it was too heavy in gym shorts and sometimes too big for some dress pants. now that my gym short situation is solved i am wondering if i can fill the gap of concealed carry in formal wear by using a tuckable holster.
Anybody carry a G26 with a tuckable holster like the vedder light tuck and actually tuck it in?