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Better than a crossbreed?

Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by neveravicitim, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. neveravicitim


    Mar 18, 2011
    I recently ordered a holster from SHTF Gear(well, a few weeks ago). Its an ACE-1 for my G23. I just wanted to see if any of you guys have heard of or had experience with them? I was about to purchase another crossbreed , because I like the one I have for my J frame, but a friend of mine had an SHTF Gear for his XD sub and really liked it. I tested his out a bit and held it side by side tho the CBST, they are really close in general design but I liked the fact that I could get a good shooting grip on the gun and I saved a few bucks (Found a coupon code and got it for $60). I'm excited to get it so I can stop carrying with an old Uncle Mikes I had layin' around. (I hate uncle mikes holsters, but I just couldn't resist carrying my new G23).

    You can find the holster I ordered at Here

    I just thought I'd share my new find with you guys and see if any others have had experience with them.
  2. TSAX


    Jun 5, 2010
    I find that the Crossbreed with combat cut makes a big difference. Thanks for the FYI, its always good to have options, add another holster to that list. :wavey:


  3. denn1911


    Oct 14, 2010
    New England
    Their holster looks pretty good. I agree that the CB Combat Cut is definitely a nice option. My latest CB SuperTuck has one, and it's like night and day.

    Thanks for the info and Welcome to GT!
  4. neveravicitim


    Mar 18, 2011
    I didn't even realize that they offered a combat cut. My brother has one for a SR9 and doesn't like the draw because of it, Maybe he can just cut it himself. I did like that i essentially get a combat cut on the SHTF gear holster without paying extra. Thats a nice feature. After I've had a chance to try the holster I'll post a bit of a review on here.

    And thanks for the welcome! I really like the sense of community here.