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I normally wear dress slacks and dress shirts. I'm looking for a good quality, comfortable tuckable holster for my LC9 w/Crimson Trace Laser. If you have experience with these I'd like to hear your recommendation.


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I took a chance on a tuckable years ago when it was just a new idea. Have tried other holsters since and nothing I've tried compares. Mitch Rosen "Workman" would be my suggestion but not sure if they make it for a laser equipped LC9.
Costs a bit more but if you spend good $ on the gun, there's no reason to skimp on the holster and belt. The belt and holster should be one unit so you get a GOOD fit.
 

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After going through a few different pocket and IWB options I have ended up liking the De Santis sof-tuck the most.

High quality, good fit, adjustable cant, and a very inconspicuous belt clip that goes over pants edge but behind belt and back under the front of belt just a quarter inch or so.

A true shirt tuck-able holster too that will keep a shirt in place pretty well, though sometimes I will still let that part overhang the area for a little less print etc


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After going through a few different pocket and IWB options I have ended up liking the De Santis sof-tuck the most.

High quality, good fit, adjustable cant, and a very inconspicuous belt clip that goes over pants edge but behind belt and back under the front of belt just a quarter inch or so.

A true shirt tuck-able holster too that will keep a shirt in place pretty well, though sometimes I will still let that part overhang the area for a little less print etc


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This is the holster I use every day for my 1911 and other's no one notices it.
 
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