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Good video, she just keeps turning and Im day dreaming... I mean, its a... its a nice holster!
 

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I've been using a Crossbreed Supertuck for the last few weeks and I highly recommend it! With the opportunity to buy one and try it for 2 weeks is a great offer. If you don't like it, you can send it back for a refund, no questions asked. And, there's a lifetime warranty.

It's the most comfortable holster I've owned in 40 years of carrying.
 

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Great video... she sounded like a hottie...

She seemed really serious, though... she did a nice job...
 

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Should probably make sure the cover garment is not over the holster while holstering.

no one would have a problem pulling it out.

The leather sucks and 99 percent of the time interferes with the draw. and stretches over time allowing the kydex to lose retention.

4:30 carry sucks

oh yeah and revolvers suck for a primary carry weapon.

other than that not to bad.
 

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I was working on that 10 minutes thing I posted about awhile back. I don't recall anything Keith said maybe I should go watch it again and if I don't see it then watch again?
 

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So was there anything you liked about it Keith? Haha
eh, im hard to please, lots of internet myths out there about this and that.

While comfort is important, its not he most important. Like I've said before, the leathers comfortable but with 99 percent of students it interferes with a good strong grip on the pistol while drawing. Which in a hi stress situation can be very bad. thats why we we're cutting most of it off in classes for students.

4:30 carry is slower to draw, cant draw reactionary hand if needed and you cant use the holster for reactionary hand only reloads if you need to.

just some personal observations.
 

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I forgot to mention earlier that Crossbreed offers a discount to NRA members. It's a good product. And, while "comfort" may not be most important, if a gun/holster is uncomfortable, or hard to conceal, you may not carry it as often as you should....
 

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the vid was ... shall we say "nice" and she's trying to get it right. Where is the compassion ......
 

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if 4:30 is hard to draw from... what position isnt? It seems easy as pie to draw from 430 to me. and if I put my little 26 anywhere else, Im not satisfied that its concealed...and I cant sit down unless its at the 430-830 range.
 

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Supertuck style holsters work OK if you cut the leather enough to get a good firing grip on the gun during the draw...you'll find you'll need to take away a LOT of leather to get to that point. Comfort is great, but if you can't get your hand on the gun and get it out of the holster in a hurry then what's the point? What is more important, a proper firing grip on the gun or comfort?

Some holsters do both, most do not. Generally speaking for IWB holsters the most comfortable options will also be the least accessible. Which is why I run OWB...plenty of comfortable options that allow for a good grip on the gun while drawing.

Plus paying $80 for the Supertuck is a JOKE. Should cost half as much...I know many others make the same thing for half the price, or less. At least with something like the MTAC it looks refined, like it actually costs $80. The Supertuck looks like something I can make at home on a boring Saturday night.
 

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if 4:30 is hard to draw from... what position isnt? It seems easy as pie to draw from 430 to me. and if I put my little 26 anywhere else, Im not satisfied that its concealed...and I cant sit down unless its at the 430-830 range.
Honestly if you can carry appendix that is pretty much the fastest. your able to draw both strong hand and reactionary hand and one handed reload the same.

at 4:30 it is naturally slower to get the gun on target and harder to do a proper draw from.

Everyone's different, do what works for you.
 

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Supertuck style holsters work OK if you cut the leather enough to get a good firing grip on the gun during the draw...you'll find you'll need to take away a LOT of leather to get to that point. Comfort is great, but if you can't get your hand on the gun and get it out of the holster in a hurry then what's the point? What is more important, a proper firing grip on the gun or comfort?

Some holsters do both, most do not. Generally speaking for IWB holsters the most comfortable options will also be the least accessible. Which is why I run OWB...plenty of comfortable options that allow for a good grip on the gun while drawing.

Plus paying $80 for the Supertuck is a JOKE. Should cost half as much...I know many others make the same thing for half the price, or less. At least with something like the MTAC it looks refined, like it actually costs $80. The Supertuck looks like something I can make at home on a boring Saturday night.
While I agree with you on needing the ability to get a good firing grip, I will add that if someone isn't comfortable carrying, they are more likely to leave their firearm at home. As you stated, there are holsters out there that allow you to do both.
 

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Went so far back in time the video was removed by the user. If I recall it was a great holster. Or something!
 

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I have four of the Supertucks. Two for Glocks, One for an XD, one for a Ruger LCR, and I wear them all.

I have tried a lot of holsters, like most folks have, and I always come back to the Supertuck for comfort and reliability.

Jerry
 

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I watched it again... I learned a lot more this time...

She has a lot of videos...
 
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