CBSTD arrived today, so excited

CBSTD arrived today, so excited

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    CBSTD arrived today, so excited

    When I bought my Kimber I wanted a good holster to carry it in, quality and something that had some retention. I had an old Uncle Mikes laying around I bought long ago, and my 1911 fit in it, but something felt bad about carrying such a fine pistol in a junk holster, so I ordered a Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe. I have never had an IWB holster that was comfortable due to always buying something cheap. The budget allowed for a bit nicer and here I am. I only have my first impressions, but I popped it on my hip and put my Kimber in it and it was so comfortable, nothing poking me, nothing rubbing me, nothing bad. I hope to get many years of use out of my new rig. I do plan on getting a nice leather one sometime as well, but I wanted IWB that I could holster the firearm with one hand and this fit the bill. So far I am impressed.
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    gratz i love mine for my M&P 45 wear it daily very comphy
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    Good choice in holster I have had mine for a few months now and will use nothing else!
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    For the life of me, I cant figure out how to tuck my shirt in with it if i so desired. I am more of a casual dresser and rarely tuck, but just in case.
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    its simply to tuck, i will losen the belt a little so i can fit my hand in, then tuck the front clip work the shirt down between the kydex and my pants then get the back clip tucked, i have worn it in dress slackes and a dress shirt and no one has ever noticed, i love my cbst
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    Tuck between the kydex and your pants. When done properly, the only visible portion of the rig should be the steel belt clips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justherenow View Post
    For the life of me, I cant figure out how to tuck my shirt in with it if i so desired. I am more of a casual dresser and rarely tuck, but just in case.
    Congrats!
    I really enjoy mine for my G27. I've almost had it 1 year.

    You'll get the "tuck thing" down in no time.
    The CBST will break-in a bit which makes it easier. A slight blousing of your shirt after a tight tuck should
    alleviate most printing. And as mentioned in a earlier post, the CB belt clips may be slightly visible.

    I just got my first OWB last week....a CrossBreed SnapSlide.
    There ya go........

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    The CBST is so comfortable that even now that cold weather has set in here in northern Indiana and I COULD carry OWB I still choose to carry IWB.
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    I carried tonight while taking the kid trick or treating, did not tuck (but figured out how) and just had a t-shirt and very light jacket, nobody even noticed my "little buddy" riding along. It was comfortable but I need a better belt, I am using a 10 year old $9 belt from Walmart, its all I have for now and you would never know with the toys I have, but my budget is not to high right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justherenow View Post
    I carried tonight while taking the kid trick or treating, did not tuck (but figured out how) and just had a t-shirt and very light jacket, nobody even noticed my "little buddy" riding along. It was comfortable but I need a better belt, I am using a 10 year old $9 belt from Walmart, its all I have for now and you would never know with the toys I have, but my budget is not to high right now.
    The CBST is more "forgiving" then other holsters it comes to not having a quality belt. That being said a good belt with make it carry even better. If you don't have anything picked out yet try a belt from http://www.ccholsters.com/. I have one of his belts and several of his holsters. He makes a good product and a good price with a good turn around time.
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    Thanks for the link for CC Holsters, I am looking at it now.
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