Crossbreed Supertuck so far just

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    Thanks for all the info. Looks like I need to invest in a good gun belt. I have found that I am always having to adjust the holster which is something that I have never had to do with my other holsters. I think I'm going to keep the holster and cross my fingers that the belt will make the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaquero View Post
    So I after reading what seems like hundreds for great reviews on the CBST, I broke down and ordered one. I have been wearing it for four days now and I would rate it at OK. It's not bad, but it's so far it's not "the most comfortable holster ever" that everyone says that they "forget they are wearing it". I have played with the cant some, now have it in the top hole in the front and the second from the bottom in the rear. I am wearing it about 4:00. Like I said it's ok, but not great. Is there a better adjustment I should try? Do I just need a little more brake in time? I keep reading all these reviews like "it was great right out of the box". I would love to make this holster work like it has for so many other people, any input would be appreciated.

    By the way its a horse hide no combat cut for the Glock 27.
    I would also be interested to know your body type?! This would help the more portly here at the forum (I am..you know who you are!). I am beginning to think OWB might be my calling. Hmmm????
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    I carry mine canted like you do with my 1911 at 3:00 and I do know it's there but it is very comfortable. It doesn't ride as low as I'd like but it's ok. I have a 5.11 gun belt with their permastiff insert in it and it holds it well. I'm fat which makes my pants hard to keep up anyway by it doesn't make it much worse. Give it some more time. The two of you willform to each other in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaquero View Post
    Well it's been almost a week and I would still rate the CBST as ok. I have played with cant and position and I think that I have found the sweet spot, but still not totally comfortable. It doesn't hurt but I don't forget that I'm wearing it either. Should I try a saddle soap to soften the leather? The holster makes my Glock disappear with just a tee shirt, I just wish it was a bit more comfortable. I am open to any ideas I would really like to make this holster work for me.
    Sell it and buy a CompTac M-Tac Minotaur. It has a smaller profile (the leather that wraps around your waist) and is also tuckable.
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    I have had mine for 1 year. I thinking that it is really comfortable BUT I do always know when I have it on. There are times maybe when I am on the phone or in a conversation and I am not thinking about it but for the most part, I can always feel its presence.

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    Make sure your pants are sized corrrectly. I had to buy jeans and slacks 2 inches larger to make it all comfortable. My regular jeans were just too tight. Larger slacks also make your draw easier by not being so snug. This can be controlled by your belt tightness. I keep my carry pants separate from my regular ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerettaSCFan View Post
    I got the Crossbreed SuperTuck for my Beretta PX4 Subcompact 9mm. When I first got it I was trying different things all the time looking for the comfort level I was hoping for. FINALLY I ordered the belt from Crossbreed and that made ALL the DIFFERENCE. The belt gives the holster the support that it needs.

    The 3 o'clock postion works best for me for walking, sitting or driving. It tucks nicely under my Starboard "Love Handle". I DO forget that I have it on.

    Good Luck
    This has been my exact setup for the last two years though I wear it at 4 o'clock. I actually am waiting on my beltman belt to arrive. I have had problems with the belt stretching an losing stiffness over time - not that I am easy on them... The belt is extremely important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgreen View Post
    you need to wear it alot to brake it in. when i got mine i was concened about it being stiff and it wasnt comfortable at all. I wore it as much as possible (sometimes empty) and in less than 2 weeks it was broken in nicely. now its the only iwb holster i use. depending on my daily activities (alot of physical or more sitting or just walking around) determines what position i will wear it at. its not to often i wear my owb holster as i like the concealment of the iwb. give it some time, wear it alot, even when just sitting around the house (if you dont normaly carry while at home) still wear the holster, it will get better.
    I wouldn't recommend wearing it empty very often. The leather will change its shape and make re-holstering difficult.

    As for us "heavyweights", the Silent Thunder IWB does a great job of concealment. It has a very small footprint and seems to ride in our "creases" comfortably and efficiently. Don't even think about the Slim model if you're a big guy!
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    How will wearing it empty change the way it holsters? The holster part is Kydex. Can't imagine how its shape could change by wearing without the gun in it.

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    Milt Sparks are great, but none are tuckable. Crossbreed meets the tuckability test.
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    Not Correct. The Milt Sparks Versa Max II is tuckable with the optional clips. I have 2 of them.

    http://www.miltsparks.com/VM-2.htm

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    so if its not comfortable, dont use it. Im sorry, but no one holster is going to perfect for everyone. I would love to wear my brommeland, but the cbst does beat it in comfort for me. I have my CBST for my 19 front clip second from top hole (theres four holes) and rear clip at the very bottom. This mimics the cant on my Max Con V and creates a perfect cant for drawing while seated and is also very comfortable for me while seated. Note, my MCV also shines and excels while in the seated position.
    Now heres where the high end holster fall short for me. One, the rough back on the cbst keeps the holster from shifting around, my mcv moves which can be benificial in some instances, but for the most part, the rough back is a plus. Also, the adjustable cant allows me to wear my jeans where theyre suppose to be and have the firearm where its suppose to be. What do I mean? Well, unless your wearing standard jeans i.e., 501 levis, a lot of the newer jeans are cut so they sit slightly below the waist in the front and the rear is little higher truer to the waist. With my MCV for it to be comfortable, it wants to pull the jeans higher so the weapon and holster are sitting in that pocket like they were designed to do. Problem here is the boys get the raw en of the deal. With the CBST, I can actually set it so that the weapon and holster sit high in the pocket but the clip are low enough to allow the jeans to sit wear they are suppose to be. Keep in mind Im a 30" waist, so this may not apply to others, this is just what Ive found works for me. ]

    Now I love the draw and retention on my MCV. I wish Crossbreed would make a leather version. I thinks someone does, not sure who. Good luck!
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    I think Tucker Gunleather makes an all leather tuckable like the CBST. It doesn't reholster as well as the CB because it does not have a reinforced mouth but it is very comfortable for carry IIRC.

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    Glocks are great guns but there brick thickness eliminates them as a CC option for me. My CBST and PF-9 go with me everywhere and I do forget its there, standing, sitting, driving or anywhere.
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    I have a CBST that I keep in my vehicle for an XD 45 Compact. At some point, though, if I keep the gun, I'll replace it with a High Noon IWB of some description.

    Personally, I always found the CBST to be too much of a "production" to put on and take off. I'm more of a "clip-n-go" kind of guy.
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