The heel of the belt clip is far enough back on the gun that only a very little bit of the gun can be seen above the belt. This allows you to wear any shirt without having to leave the shirt tail out. Thats right, the shirt tail is tucked in!
After I tuck it in I pull it up just a little like would happen anyway after a little movement, the shirt blouses over the exposed gun. If you have to have you hands up high you might pull a little extra shirt tail out.
The gun is great. You can carry chambered because it is double action only and has a substantial trigger pull, I think about 8 pounds. You have to get used to that, I have shot a lot of ammo through the gun, a light pull gun now seems strange. Carrying chambered gives you 8 shots. I agree with Bat Masterson. If you want to go to war I won't be doing it with my little PF9 but in an emergency like George Zimmerman faced the 8 shot 9mm is plenty.
When I carry I carry a little hotter shot than when I practice. I also carry hollow point. Pain is what stops an assailant unless you are lucky enough to get a head shot. I don't think you should ever aim for the head until you have made two torso shots.
Torso shots with a non-hollow point will go right through a person and they might not even know they are dying for a couple of minutes, worse yet the bullet may go on to hit someone else.
A hollow point is less likely to kill with one shot but it will cause a much larger wound which translates into pain. Pain quickly stops the assailant not blood loss, even though blood loss will eventually stop the assailant he may be 50 yards away when he stops.
If you carry light you will always carry.
Can a 9mm do any damage? Ask Travon Martin what one shot will do, of course he won't answer, but then again his silence says a lot.
Sig Sauer 250C 9mm HP 11+1 DAO, inside the belt front or in the pocket.