I almost always pocket carry in a DeSantis Super Fly. Occasionally a Crossbreed Supertuck and occasionally a Galco Miami Classic shoulder rig.
http://I carry my G 26 in a Milt Sparks Criterion holster at 3 O'clock. IWB carry for me necessitates a GOOD, dedicated gunbelt, two inches larger than normal. Additionally, I wear my pants one size larger as well. In shirts I am an XL. However I only purchase XXL to give me better concealment. I'm a 38 waist, so my gunbelt and jeans are 40 inch waist. I also wear an undershirt to keep a separation between my skin and the pistol.
One more thing, as you can see in this thread, many suggest kydex holsters. To me, kydex is rigid and unyielding. It digs into your soft areas, causing discomfort. A quality leather holster (Criterion) is MUCH more comfortable to wear all day long.
If you are willing to dress around the gun IWB will become comfortable and nearly invisible.
Use to carry a 26 in my right front pocket, but now a days I carry a 29 in my right front pocket.I'll start by saying that my everyday carry is, and has been for several years, the Ruger LC9s. With a capacity of 7+1, its thinness and light weight, reliability and accuracy (for me) makes it close to perfect for concealed carry. But I really like my Glock 26, and appreciate the greater capacity it offers to me over the Ruger (11 rather than 8 rounds). But I have yet to find a way to make it my everyday carry as much as I like this gun otherwise.
Being heavier in the midsection that I wish I were, IWB holsters just don't work for me, and I have spent a lot of money trying numerous brands and styles. The G26 is just too thick for pocket carry in a pocket holster (in my opinion). So I decided that if I am to carry the 26, it would be in an OWB holster, with a shirt that is not tucked into my jeans or shorts. But this only seems to work when I wear what I would call "over sized" shirts. With a typical t-shirt or even slightly snug button shirt, the thickness of the 26 makes it more than obvious that I am carrying a gun on my belt. So I am wondering just how those of you that carry the 26 do it on a regular basis. Are you wearing a vest or jacket all the time? Are you just thin enough to comfortably wear an IWB holster? Maybe I just have to get serious about weight loss and when I lose that extra 30 pounds of so, give the 26 a try again, or maybe I just need to start ordering XXL shirts instead of XL so that it is not so obvious when I carry this gun. Until then, I guess I will stick with the Ruger and let the Glock sit in the safe.
Looks like no one answered you yet. It looks like a Tier 1 Concealed holster.What would be the name of that good appendix rig you photographed?