The C-Clip is sized for a 1.5’’ wide belt but initially it did not fit the double thickness of my 1.5’’ gun-belt; I had to use my 1.25’’ wide gun-belt to get the C-Clip to fit for these photos. A few days after I took these photos, I altered the top portion of the C-Clip (using a sharp side-cutter and a sharp pocket knife) so it would fit my 1.5’’ belt; it is still a C-Clip but now is much closer to being a J-Clip.
Even though it is only secured with the one clip, the holster does keep the handgun where I want it, even when I spent the afternoon doing the gymnastics required to remove and reset a couple of dozen bricks on the front patio.
Keeping my shirt tucked in during activities with a lot of bending and stretching is close to impossible for me. For polite activities when I cannot wear an un-tucked shirt or a covering jacket or sweater, this tuckable may prove adequate. Aside from being a tuckable, it does serve as a decent enough regular old IWB holster.
I have not tried wearing this G26 IWB holster while riding a bicycle.
I have only worn this holster for walks of less than 1/2 mile; I have no idea whether it is a comfortable carry during long hikes.
As a matter of personal practice in reholstering with an IWB holster, I remove the holster from my waistband, I holster the handgun (not just with Glocks) and then place it back in my waistband. This is to avoid accidentally tucking a shirttail or anything else into the trigger guard while reholstering.
As I gain more experience with this holster I will append anything meaningful to this blog entry.