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Thread: OC with an IWB holster?

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    Hello everyone. I just moved to Jeff City after spending 5 years in active duty Marine Corps. I'm applying for my CCW for MO but wanted to OC while I wait for all the paperwork to do.

    I have an H&K P7 (going to be my daily carry) with a very nice IWB leather holster. I want to use this for my OC with my shirt tucked in behind the weapon. A lot of the weapon is exposed with me doing this around the house so I was just curious if this would be legal out in the city.

    I tried doing a search for the answer but didn't find anything.

    BTW, I'm applying for the highway patrol if anyone wants to give me some tips.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Carried that way until my holster, pants, combo didn't fit any more... can't figure out the problem:?Shouldn't be a problem as far as OC goes. Is Jeff City an OC city?
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    patriotthad wrote:
    Carried that way until my holster, pants, combo didn't fit any more... can't figure out the problem:?Shouldn't be a problem as far as OC goes. Is Jeff City an OC city?
    According to what I've been reading here, yes it is.

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    Excellent:celebrate
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    Yes it is legal to carry that way, it is called the Virginia-tuck. Good luck and God speed to you sir and thankyou for your service

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