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Thread: Specialist Covert: Now Available

  1. #51
    Supporting Business Mack's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post

    "Is that a Specialist Covert under your jacket or are you just happy to see me?

    (Apologies, @Mack , but with all the crappy news of late it feels good to have a laugh.)
    No apology needed, it is always good to have a laugh. Thank you again for the continued support we really appreciate it!

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    Just got mine.. awesome piece of gear! It is perfectly suited for my j frame when I am wearing gym shorts. This solution works much better and is more comfortable than relying on the drawstring tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAP View Post
    Just got mine.. awesome piece of gear! It is perfectly suited for my j frame when I am wearing gym shorts. This solution works much better and is more comfortable than relying on the drawstring tension.
    Yep. It's a daily carry since it arrived for my 642...which goes everywhere within walking distance. My other Mastermind belts get the nod when it's time to go elsewhere.
    I'd like to think this is all just a bad dream the nation will wake up from. But I don't think we're ever going to be that lucky.

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    With2 tucked in shirts, How do you clear your your cover garment without accidentally grabbing your under layer ? Is that an issue? I really like the idea of this.

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    Took it out for a run today; this is the least a pistol has moved during a run that I can remember. I thought the IWB holster pushing the rubber of the belt away might compromise things and allow the pistol (and holster) to move, but was very pleasantly surprised. I've tried several carry methods so far for running and while most have been good, this finally hit the "just use this solution and forgo all others".
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    Supporting Business Mack's Avatar
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    Thanks again to everyone for taking the time to share their experiences with the Covert.

    When using the belt with a tucked in shirt it is not any different to draw from than a tuckable holster. The belt also kind of works as a shirt stay so your undershirt will likely stay put better than with a tuckable holster.

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