Posted August 24, 2017 9:35 pm by Comments

By Eric R. Poole

Designed for concealed carry of small- to medium-framed handguns, Tru-Spec's Concealed Holster Shirt is also useful for transporting money and documents, and items such as small cameras, spare magazine, etc. The pockets are comfortably reinforced with moisture-wicking and microbial protection. $53

Designed for concealed carry of small- to medium-framed handguns, Tru-Spec’s Concealed Holster Shirt is also useful for transporting money and documents, and items such as small cameras, spare magazine, etc. The pockets are comfortably reinforced with moisture-wicking and microbial protection. $53

If you’ve been issued a uniform, chances are that you’ve worn a piece of kit or apparel made by Tru-Spec. Tru-Spec is a leading supplier of equipment, materials and uniforms to law enforcement, military and public safety agencies. Tru-Spec is a brand within the AtlanCo, which has been in business since 1950 and was originally known as Atlanta Army Navy Supply Company. In the 1980s, AtlanCo expanded beyond its military surplus roots and, in 1996, formed the Tru-Spec brand. Soldiers, police, firefighters, EMTs and tactically minded civilians all use Tru-Spec products.

The T-shirt that hides a pistol isn’t a new idea. We’ve seen elastic bands stitched to cotton T’s, and even an actual holster stitched and glued to the undergarment as a solution. They all sucked. Therefore, G&A’s staff was a bit reluctant to evaluate another attempt at this approach to concealed carry in an unwelcome environment. G&A has tested several products that address deep concealment, including ankle rigs, appendix holsters, …Read the Rest

Source:: Guns and Ammo

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