New Problem with Crossbreed

New Problem with Crossbreed

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    New Problem with Crossbreed

    I discovered a new problem with my Crossbreed QuikClip:

    Apparently, the leather is delicious to our dog. The holster apparently avalanched off the stack on my closet shelf and fell into the malicious teeth of our year and a half old schnoodle.

    The results offer several lessons learned:
    1. Crossbreed uses yummy leather
    2. Dogs don't care for Kydex
    3. Keep the dog away from holsters


    I am now sporting the ultra-combat cut.

    I am sure gonna miss that dog!

    Do you think Mark will warranty this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PastorPack View Post
    I am now sporting the ultra-combat cut.
    That's what I was thinking when I saw the photos. I'll keep ours away from the Husky's!

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    You botched the trim job and blamed the dog? SHAME!!!
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    That looks better than some of the hack jobs I've seen!!!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    It looks like it shoud still work...although fugly
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    I have no clue as to what you paid but it may be worth sending it in for remounting, since it doesn’t appear the plastic is damaged. Perhaps the guy will cut you some slack if he owns a dog.
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    I'm don't think it would be free, But with Mark's reputation with customer service I would think he would be willing to work something out with you.
    Good Luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PastorPack View Post
    I discovered a new problem with my Crossbreed QuikClip:

    Apparently, the leather is delicious to our dog. The holster apparently avalanched off the stack on my closet shelf and fell into the malicious teeth of our year and a half old schnoodle.

    The results offer several lessons learned:
    1. Crossbreed uses yummy leather
    2. Dogs don't care for Kydex
    3. Keep the dog away from holsters


    I am now sporting the ultra-combat cut.

    I am sure gonna miss that dog!

    Do you think Mark will warranty this?
    Now that's a combat cut !!

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    God forbid there was a Glock in the holster at the same time... "RTF" would mean "Rough Texture by Fido!"
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    Man, Im sorry that the dog got your holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PastorPack View Post

    Do you think Mark will warranty this?
    From CrossBreed web site:

    "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."

    I think that may be the way dogs normally use leather. Give it a try.

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    Sears would not insure my glasses nor nextel my phone clip or my wallet . I still have the dog but he is no longer allowed in the office when i'm not there. It only took 2 months for me to quit refering to him as that dog.
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    Maybe you could make a muzzle out of it?
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    Just trying to be a lesson for others.
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    That must be the same dog that eats everybodys homework over the last 50 years
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