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Tactipac Fusionpac Tuckable Holster Review

Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by ardiver, Sep 23, 2011.


  1. COLDSTEEL165

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    Anthony E mailed me saying to expect my holster to go out to me within the next week or 2 it's been about a week & a half & still looking for it in the mail every day. Dying to try it out for my XD40 gun.
     

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  2. g9er

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    Mine has been ordered on July 2nd and I'm still waiting for mine to be shipped....:crying:
     

  3. benwolf

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    ardiver, JeffS & anyone else that has purchased a fusionpac: Did you get the one with magazine holders built in? Is it just as comfortable and just as not noticeable (concealable) with the magazine holders vs the one without the magazine holders.

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  4. gargodude

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    I've had one for my Glocks for over a month now. I ordered it without magazine holders, but since it's so comfortable, I now regret not ordering it with at least one. I wear it all day and sometimes forget that it's there. It is twice as comfortable as my Galco King Tuk. It took about 4-5 weeks to get it, but it was well worth the wait. Anthony is pretty easy to deal with as well.:cool:
     
  5. COLDSTEEL165

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    Iv'e been wearing my Fusion holster almost every day with my XD40 gun.? Fantastic holster.Does not even feel like I am wearing it.?Once in position it stays put. I love the no belt or no matter what you are wearing idea.It's everything that their video shows it is.? I am thinking of another one for my 1911 gun also.
     
  6. Henry's Dad

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    Sorry to dredge up an old thread, but just curious to see how owners still feel about this holster. I'm thinking about getting one.

    Still love it? Thanks.
     
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    I'm glad you did. Now that I'm kilted, this may be the answer to going armed while kilted. I may have to try one out.
     
  8. gargodude

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    I've used the Fusion-Pac for 1 full year now and I still love it. The only thing I did to it was put some sticky rubber tape on the outside of the Kydex part to keep my pants from sliding around on it. Sometimes, the pants would slide upwards or downwards since the Kydex is smooth but no more. The construction is holding up well and it is still very comfortable. I never use my Galco King-Tuk any more.
     
  9. g9er

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    I ran into that same problem of sliding up/down during the trial period and because of it, not used it again. Would you mind sharing what this sticky tape that you used to remedy this problem so that I can it again?

    Thx.
     
  10. gargodude

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    It's made by 3M and used for traction pads for stairs, etc. I've had it lying around for years and can't remember where I got it from. It's just roughly textured rubber with self-adhesive on the back. You could probably get it at your local hardware store or Home Depot.