Texas CHL (Concealed Handgun License) has been renamed to Texas LTC (License to Carry)
Outside of the standard on person and off person carry options, there are great options that are typically for special activities or clothing options. Not only can you have additional business dress options, they can be used for motorcycle and bicycle riding.
We would still use these with cover shirt or jacket, as others might now what they are used for
Sneaky Pete Holsters are a way to CHL Conceal Carry when dressed up, without a jacket or coat. Our recommendation is to use this option only when the other CHL Concealment techniques are not an option. The reason is because, while technically your CHL Carry Pistol is “concealed,” others who are familiar with these types of holsters know that you are probably carrying a weapon.
These are different options, but they can be used effectively with practice
With the Belly Band, Kangaroo Carry, or the Flash Bang Carry options, you are getting into some very specialized carry options. We will not cover the Pros and Cons of each carry method, but really tell you when you might want to use each option. Please remember, as with any CHL Concealed Holster option, you should always proactive drawing your defensive handgun, preferable in a safe direction and with the weapon unloaded. Depending on which option or version that you choose, please watch to see if you draw the weapon across any of your body parts, or in the case of drawing left to right or vice versa, potentially expose innocent bystanders to a loaded weapon. Please remember, even if it is an accident during a situation where you are being attached and having to use deadly force to defend yourself, you could still be held liable for harming an innocent person.
Belly or Chest Band: