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Looking at getting a new IWB holster. Wondering if anyone has tried any of crossbreed's IWB holsters, specificly the supertuck.
 

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Yes, I have the supertuck. Very nice! Conceals well, feels fine, you can tuck your shirt tail in with it on. Comes normally with the metal clips that clip on the belt, but you can also get the J hooks that are a little less noticeable on your belt, that's what I use. Pants need an inch or two in the belt over your waist size to be comfortable.
 

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Glock 19 all day every day. Can't even tell it's there!

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I have had my cross breed for about 5 weeks. Nice holster. I carry my Glock 19 in it. The only problem I am having with it is that it makes a squeaking noise. I have oil the leather and it still squeaks. Maybe it is going to take some more time to break it in. I am also wearing a leather belt with it. Other than that it is a good holster. comfortable to wear.
 

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I had a CBST for a gun I no longer have and I still have and use an "Old faithful" holster of similar design.

They are very comfortable to wear and conceal well. I have never tried to "tuck" with it though.

My biggest problem, and I admit it is probably my problem due to age and being less flexible, but I find them a pain to put on and get positioned where I want it on my belt. I usually drop my pants, clip on the holster, pull up my pants, position the gun, move the holster forward or back....:D

I try to do this only at home though :D
 

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I had a CBST for a gun I no longer have and I still have and use an "Old faithful" holster of similar design.

They are very comfortable to wear and conceal well. I have never tried to "tuck" with it though.

My biggest problem, and I admit it is probably my problem due to age and being less flexible, but I find them a pain to put on and get positioned where I want it on my belt. I usually drop my pants, clip on the holster, pull up my pants, position the gun, move the holster forward or back....:D

I try to do this only at home though :D
Yes, I agree that it's a bit of a pain to get situated right. Because it has 2 clips, I basically fix it on the pants before I put them on.

Crossbreed is making, I see, a one clip small holster for subcompacts. I'd be interested to hear how people like those.
 

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Just got my Crossbreed SuperTuck Deluxe holster a few weeks ago after a long 10 weeks (they are backed up because of the volume of orders given all the gun legislation scares), but it was well worth it when it arrived. The holster, some say is ugly, I think it looks awesome and the quality is amazing you can tell they take their time handcrafting each holster. I opted for the Horsehide for an extra $15 and a gun belt as I didn't have one before. I am very happy with this purchase and plan on using this holster as my main carry method.

Holster
Concealability: The holster has holes to adjust the ride height and cant to you're liking. I set mine to the maximum cant given the standard holes and it virtually disappears on my body in the 4 o'clock position under an untucked t-shirt; however, it is also tuckable. Wore it to a cookout and no one noticed it under my t-shirt.

Comfort: It is very comfortable right out of the box and will conform to your body after a couple days of wearing it making it even more comfortable. I've worn it twice so far and love it. The back of the holster is smooth and doesn't bother my skin even without an undershirt on.

Retention: The retention of the holster is great, I'll never worry about it popping out of the holster while I'm wearing it as it is secure. You can hear the gun sorta "click" in once you holster it. Drawing doesn't require much force and it is very smooth.

Price: $69.75 Cowhide black or
$84.75 Horsehide natural

Belt
The belts are made of two layers of top grain cowhide. These two leathers are then stitched together, cross grain from each other, using recessed stitching to provide protection to the stitching from surface abrasions. The finished belt comes in your choice of 1 1/2 or 1 1/4 inches wide and just under 1/4 inch thick. It is very stiff and won't sag on your body.

Price: $59.50 choice of black or brown.

Warranty: All Crossbreed holsters come with a lifetime warranty.
Once you receive your holster you have two weeks to try it out, if it doesn't work for you, simply give us a ring and we will buy it back. Even after your two-week-try-it-free period is over, the holster still carries a lifetime warranty and we will repair or replace it as long as you own it if it fails you in any way under normal use.
 

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Crossbreed is making, I see, a one clip small holster for subcompacts. I'd be interested to hear how people like those. (Quote)

I will take a look at that one, I tried the regular crossbreed but just could not get used to it, I didn't like two clips and I agree with an above poster in that is was a PIA to get on and situated correctly. I have been using an Ace Case Holster Tuck-able Holster - Leather - Ace Case. Very inexpensive and works great, carries the pistol very low in the belt line, in fact for me a little too low so I keep the weapon pulled up just a little with the belt holding it in place. There are two sizes, one for sub compact/compact and the other for compact and full size. I have both.

A good word about CrossBreed, they have great customer service, I returned mine and got a quick refund.
 

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Try Swift Draw Holsters IWB very comfortable and had it fast, I think it was two days after placing the order. I've been carrying my Glock 23 for about a month now and half the time I forget it's there.
 

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Take a look at the OldFaitfull I put this holster together from their kit (very easy) $39. And free shipping
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Joe told me about the Old Faithful and I bot one and put it together. $39. Cant beat the price and it works great. Wore it for one day and it feels and works perfect.
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Great holster for concealed carry for my G27, just trying to save some money now to buy larger waisted pants to accomodate. Otherwise, extremely comfortable and well worth the price and wait.
 

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NamVetJoe, awesome looking holster, that is one sweet looking Glock in the holster, very nice..
thanks my friend it was one of the few holsters i found that accommodated a crimson trace laser guard
 
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