anyon dislike the crossbreed or MTAC after CCing?

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  1. PartyBible

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    I am still looking for a holster. Thus far research has shown that both of these IWB holsters are great; the problem is I have not read anyone NOT recommending them. Any of you regret either as a purchase?
     
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    I have recently joined the ranks of people that love them.

    I bought a corssbreed for my Glock 26 and I can wear it all day in comfort (and I have!).

    I recently took a trip with some friends that included about 8 hours behind the wheel. The combo never got uncomfortable, which I could not say about the previous holsters I have tried. Buy with confidence
     

  3. heliguy

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    Have 2 mtacs for a HiPower and Para p14-45....Very comfortable but because one side is leather, tough to reholster one hand and the if you don't watch it, the gun drops out when going to the can....
     
  4. TACC GLOCK

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    Never had a problem with the gun falling out when going to the can while using a crossbreed.

    I personally would recommend crossbreed I literally own 3 at this point, and will be getting 2 more very shortly. The gun stays where it should and sits compfortably for 14-18 hours a day.
     
  5. rohanreginald

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    I have an mtac for a g19. It works. It is not my favorite holster, but I really can't complain. I have no problems re-holstering, nor do I have problems while on the commode. The mtac does bite me in one area though, that is the only negative I have about it thus far.
     
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    I love my crossbred!!! Great customer service too.
     
  7. Bull543

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    +1 for crossbreed...first IWB holster i bought and see no need to try another
     
  8. Ol' Dirty

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    Just flip a coin, you'll be happy either way.
     
  9. dnuggett

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    Carry a Sig P229 in a Crossbreed Supertuck. I have yet to be uncomfortable, and I carry everywhere.
     
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    LOVE crossbreed, i have 3 of them, there amazing
     
  12. GlockFish

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    I like the Crossbreed.

    The MTac I have is a combat cut model..... there isn't much leather protection between the gun and my skin.
     
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    I like my Mtac. Carry a 27 or a 23 with it.:cool:
     
  14. craig_o

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    MTAC for my Colt Series 80 is very good. I also have a CB for my XD9 Subcompact and it's great. The metal clips on it are more prone to marking up my belts, though.

    I have no qualms with either, but would probably have gotten an MTAC for both if I could do it over. As it is, I got a Milt Sparks VM2 for the Colt and, yes, it's every bit as good as people say.
     
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    I love my mtac and the customer service was great . They also come with a roll of Smarties but I can't really comment on those as they were stolen by my wife.
     
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    I bought a crossbreed quickclip from someone on this forum. While comfortable to wear, I've had several occasions of it squirting right out of my belt when sitting down, or moving. Until I can secure a clip that prevents it from sliding off the belt or riding up, I can't risk using the crossbreed. Too bad; it's comfortable and works easily for one-handed holstering.
     
  17. trugracie

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    My Crosbreed didn't work well for me.
    Let me know what model you have, and I might be able to make you a deal.
     
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    I have 2 Crossbreeds and 1 Mtac, for IWB, I don't think you can beat either one for comfort or reliability. :cool:
     
  19. chuckman

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    Same here. I actually prefer the all-kydex IWB Blade-Tech for my 1911 over the MTAC for the Glock.
     
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  20. silverado_mick

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    I got a handful of Hershey's Kisses :tongueout:. Love my MTAC but I wish I had ordered the "C" style clips and not just the "J" style ones. My belt keeps sliding up off the "J" ones. I keep meaning to order the other kind, but I keep putting it off.