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    I like my Crossbreed IWB holster, but I'm wondering if I tuck my shirt in behind it, will I have any trouble with AZ LEOs trying to say it's concealed?

    Not like it will matter once the new law takes effect, but in the mean time...

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    You mean like the two girls on the right at the top of the page? Still OC in my book.

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    Well if you already have a CCW permit (assuming you do since you have that holster) it doesn't matter if it's open or concealed, so the opinion of a cop is meaningless.

    If you have no such permit (and since the new law isn't yet in effect) I can't say for certain, but *I* would consider that to be open carrying. I often OC (and CC)my USP in a Galco Summer Comfort which is IWB, but since I have a permit, I have to admit that I've never really looked into the technicalities of doing so without a permit.

    I'd imagine that if you're just going about your business, most cops in AZ would glance right past ya.

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    It only needs to be partially visible. You'll be fine.

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    Came to AZ for bike week and forgot to pack my CQC paddle holster. OK, I just carried with IWB and tucked my shirt in. Saw plenty of LEO's and store operators with out a hitch.
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    There is no need to own more than one holster per gun unless you just want too.
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