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Has anyone used this? http://www.actiongear.com/cgi-bin/t...23&M5.ctx= 28823&M2_DESC.ctx=Uniform & BDU T%

5.11 TACTICAL® CREW NECK HOLSTER SHIRT
Two uniquely-constructed mesh pockets securely hold back-up gear up close, personal, and out of sight, while the mesh over-shoulder supports prevent sagging. Antimicrobial moisture wicking comfort and performance. Unbeatable workmanship includes flat-lock seams and a body-hugging fit.

 

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There was a guy over at opencarry.org who swears by his. I don't have any personal experience with it but to hear him talk, it's the best thing since the automatic bread slicer.

I think it's more for use as an undershirt with an open buttondown shirt over it, and since that does not describe my wardrobe at all, it's not for me.
 

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Has anyone used this? http://www.actiongear.com/cgi-bin/t...23&M5.ctx= 28823&M2_DESC.ctx=Uniform & BDU T%

5.11 TACTICAL® CREW NECK HOLSTER SHIRT
Two uniquely-constructed mesh pockets securely hold back-up gear up close, personal, and out of sight, while the mesh over-shoulder supports prevent sagging. Antimicrobial moisture wicking comfort and performance. Unbeatable workmanship includes flat-lock seams and a body-hugging fit.

I don't know about this but it seems like you would feel like you had a tumor under your armpit all day. :lol:
 

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I own this shirt. It fits good but need to get used to it at first. I don't wear it much been too hot to have on an under shirt. Will be good in the winter time. I tried to go jogging with it on which is what I intended to use it for but it jostled around too much. I think it is meant to be used with a button down or jacket.
 
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