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ccw bicycle apparel
06-19-2014, 05:16 PM,
ccw bicycle apparel
hi. I posted in facebook a question regarding bicycle apparel for concealed carry.sorry about that this is the better place to do those kinds of questions. anyway, I assume you carry apparel for concealed carry and if so, do you have any recommendations for concealed carry for bicycling that doesn't involve baggie shorts or baggie clothing?Thanks.
06-19-2014, 05:53 PM,
RE: ccw bicycle apparel
5.11 makes a great concealment shirt that holds the firearm in place without sagging to one side. The material is also very breathable. We dont currently carry these but we may be able to get them!
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06-24-2014, 06:46 PM,
RE: ccw bicycle apparel

This is a pretty great article about a variety of carry methods while biking. I bike to work and school daily, as well as doing some recreational biking, and although I don't have my permit yet I have done some reading and consideration for when I eventually do begin carrying. Good luck, I hope this helps!
06-25-2014, 09:43 AM,
RE: ccw bicycle apparel
I tried a 5.11 shirt and it fits well (V-neck); very snug, but not uncomfortable. Left and Right pockets. Gun fits well with room to spare (Bersa Thunder). However, it's hard not to get a print despite trying several "normal" shirts. It's OK with a sweatshirt, but if I try a light-weight shirt you can definitely see a lump. Still concealed technically, but any watchful eye will notice this. Perhaps I should invest in a cargo shirt with large pockets that may hide the print somewhat.

My original intention was to get something for bicycling, but I definitely get a print when I use my cycle jersey. I will have to decide on whether to go with the print, or carry in a pouch somewhere.

Thanks for all who helped out here.

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