1. I'm retired and I can dress (within the bounds of decency) anyway I please.
2. The only "full size" gun I own is a S&W M&P9 (pictured above) and it's not a heavy gun by any metric.
Going by what the article says I'm going to call my Glock 19 a full size gun.
But the point I'm trying to make is when I'm leaving home I'm usually wearing Wrangler cargo pants and some kind of over shirt.
The Wranglers have wider, sturdier belt loops and they're heavier material which makes a difference.
I live in Colorado Springs depending on where you're at in the city we're between like 6500 and 7,000 ft. I don't look out of place with some kind of cover shirt on ever. That aids in concealment.
If I lived in Florida I might have to do things differently.
This is how I dress most of the time.
Allot of people say that the way I'm dressed is some dead giveaway that I'm carrying a gun but (I think I said it in another ddiscussiontoo) I went to Costco with my wife a couple weeks back and I decided to do a little experiment and I looked for people who were dressed like me and I would say every guy in that store over the age of 40 was dressed like I am in that picture.