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Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe for G26

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by JDSilva87, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. Caver 60

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    Got a link?
     
  2. man.cave

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  3. JDSilva87

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    Does carrying IWB cause any of you back pains? I actually stopped carrying my wallet in my back pocket because tot was causing me back pains. I think carrying IWB might be doing the same.....
     
  4. Glock has 12 round magazines for the G26 or you can just but Glock OEM + 2 floorplates and save a bundle. They add enough for you're pinky to grip and 2 more rounds doesn't hurt either. They add very little to the size of the "baby" Glock. Wifey loves the +2 mag extensions on hers. Crossbreed makes a fine product and is the "prototype" of all the other hybrids.
     
  5. CTfam

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    Just wanted to say I agree with this as well. The 26-19 X-grips feel great. I can't stand the feel of a G-19. The +2 mags are OK I guess. I just use GAPs and at times the 19 X-grip set up. Works great AIWB!

    Nice combo you have there OP. I would def move that holster up to 3-4 though. That SOB draw stroke must be brutal.
     
  6. Caver 60

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    A little of topic, but me to. Anything over about 30 oz or so causes me pain in back or hip. I actually prefer to keep the weight under about 21 ounces. Had a back injury when I was 25 years old.

    I can carry heavier pistols in a shoulder rig of various types.
     
  7. JDSilva87

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    I have now moved the holster up to the 2nd notch and put one of the clips at 9:00. It seems the most comfortable at that location for me right now. I'll definitely have to order a mag and a Xgrip. Thank you all for showing me that.
     
  8. man.cave

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    If i set on it all day it would. but I usually take it out if driving for more than 20 mins.
     
  9. JDSilva87

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    In the 3-4 o clock/ 8-9 o clock for lefties the gun doesn't poke out too much for you? Is that most common position to carry iwb?
     
  10. guitargene82

    guitargene82 Taggin along...

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    These days in my supertuck at around 4 o'clock, I find that the 19 is more comforting than the 26 and the 17 is most comforting of all! Sometimes I wonder why I have a 26, it's a great gun, but the 19 always gets first round pick. I don't have a comfort issue with any of them (and I'm not exactly small in the waistline). My 26 gets bellyband duty occasionally though.
     
  11. hayfire

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  12. Z28ricer

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    As already pointed out, get the next size up magazine and a grip sleeve, i've got the G33 with a 32 mag and A&G grip sleeve in the cbst as well, works great, disappears.

    Cant wait to get one for my 3" Kimber.
     
  13. SCmasterblaster

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