After I started carrying a few years ago, through trial and error, I became a 3:00, zero cant, OWB man. I didnâ€™t even really try appendix carry because of the usual excuses: my gun is too big; my belly is certainly too big; it canâ€™t be comfortable; you can shoot your â€œboysâ€ off. As a result, my attire in late spring, summer, and early fall was almost always a T-shirt with an open covering shirt on top. Even carrying IWB was usually too noticeable under just an untucked polo, T-shirt, or buttoned-up collared shirt at 3:00. However, a week ago my oldest son got a Galco Stow-N-Go for his Glock 19. He came into the room in jeans and a T-shirt and said, "Well?" To which I replied, "Well what?" And then he says, "Can you see it?" Just as I started to realize what we were talking about, he raised his T-shirt to reveal his gun in the new holster at the 1:00 position. Now, he does not have a gut like me, but heâ€™s not skinny either. I was really impressed with how well the gun was hidden. And then, after reading a thread on another forum this afternoon about appendix carry for â€œhuskyâ€ guys, I started experimenting with my Sig P229, in my Galco Triton holster this evening. Iâ€™m really surprised how well it feels, and conceals, in dress pants, with a dress (NOT gun) belt, under a plain white dress shirt. I may have to get a leather AIWB holster, and give it a real try.