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crossbreed super tuck

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by glocktime855, Jul 4, 2011.

  1. glocktime855

    glocktime855

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    just read an article about the crossbreed holster thinking about getting one anyone else have one and have advice???
     
  2. ptmccain

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    Got one. Hated it. Sold it. Didn't work for me.
     

  3. mastrbloata

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    Been thinking about one myself so I'll be keeping an eye on this thread.
     
  4. Mitothy

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    Take a look at galco king tuk. Every bit as good IMO and can be had for around 50 bucks from cabelas.
     
  5. FinnFanatic

    FinnFanatic Stinkin badgers

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    I 've had one for about 4 years now and like it. I don't wear it every day, but when I do, it's comfortable.


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  6. Kingarthurhk

    Kingarthurhk Isaiah 53:4-9

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    It is a good product. It conceals well, and has a lifetime repair/replacement policy. I know the owner/manufacturer for some time from another gun forum. I don't care much for him personally, but his ego aside, he makes a good product.
     
  7. Warp

    Warp ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Have you spent some time with the search button yet?
     
  8. janice6

    janice6 Silver Member

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    I buy one every 5 or so years. They're thin and easier to carry IWB concealed. I would buy another.

    In fact, I will buy another two when they make an IWB for my Chiappa Rhino "snubbie" and my 4" model.
     
  9. alpsam

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    Try a Tommy Theis holster. He built one for me to fit my S&W Model 66 (IWB) and it fits great.
     
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    I have one for my Ruger SR9c and love it.
     
  11. mgartland

    mgartland VFW Life Member

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    I own two and love them. I carry a Glock 26 every day in one. The other will take either my Glock 19 or even my Glock 17, but I don't carry those as often. Comfortable for IWB, except for the G17, which pokes a bit.
     
  12. BroncoAZ

    BroncoAZ Glockalfeliac

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    There are a lot of similar holsters on the market. The Galco one is $50 at my local shop, and there are others that look as good or better than the Cross Breed. I haven't tried one yet, but I want to get something for my PM9.
     
  13. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    do they wear out that quickly?
     
  14. Tommy Hanrahan

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    Compare the Crossbreed to the Comp-Tac Minotaur - same general idea, just taken to the next level. After rubbing a hole in my pants with the exposed barrel of a 1911 I chucked the Inbreed and bought the Minotaur. I now have 3 of them and love the fact that I can buy just the Kydex shell and have another holster for a different gun for about $35. AND I can have the Comp-Tac holster in a few days vs. A few weeks, + no silly arse crosses on the clips!
     
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  15. Pvt.snoballz

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    ive had mine about a year, absolutely love it. I carry an FNP-9 and only remember its there when i sit in my car (though its not too uncomfortable, even on long drives)

    they are warrantied for life and they will replace (or resize if requested) for free.


    Some may have an issue with the embossed crosses on the clips - im not a religious man myself but they certainly dont bother me in the least bit.
     
  16. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    this seems to be a flaw in the design of making a one size fits most rig.....
     
  17. DrBob

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    I have one that fits both my G19 and my G26. I've ordered one for my PM9 and I have a custom version for the BG380. They look Ugly but they work really well. If you are considering USPSA or IDPA and need a very functional CCW holster. They will work great and last a long time. If you need help at some point, there's that warranty.

    I think the SuperTuck works best with the V(elcro) hooks and one of their custom belts with the loop pile sewn on the inside. It is totally concealed this way.

    I also have their Slide holsters for OWB.
     
  18. BroncoAZ

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    I can't see penalizing myself by using an IWB holster for competition. It may be more realistic, but I can't see it as competitive when others are using OWB.
     
  19. Tommy Hanrahan

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    ...... and besides, super tuck sounds like something RuPaul might do.
     
  20. RMD

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    It, along with the MTAC, are generally the two most recommended IWB holsters made.

    CBST is an excellent choice.