any experiences with Crossbreed quick clip holster?

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    any experiences with Crossbreed quick clip holster?

    Hey All,
    Kinda late to ask for advice now, since I just ordered one..

    Anyone tried the quick clip holsters from Crossbreed?
    They are a cheaper version of the supertuck.. just one clip, offset from center, with rough side out for less movement.

    I carry a Ruger SP101, and have an AKJ Concealco on order... but it will not be here for a couple of weeks (at least), and I found the crossbreed in stock at Midway USA, so I am having it overnighted.... like I said.. need it now!

    Any reviews or experiences with the quick clip holster would be fab!
    Thanks!

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    Have one I occasionally use for a Kahr P9 & PM9.
    Works great as intended. Find does NOT shift around much with the Kahrs.
    Comfortable just like the Supertuck. Should work out just fine for your Ruger.
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    All I use, love the Quick Clip
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    Thanks for the two quick replies...

    Glad you like them, because I have one on overnight shipping (major dollars to ship overnight...), due to my Uncle Mike's cheapo nearly working it's way out of my pants last night! It felt like it was working its way up, and when I reached down to re-adjust it (telegraphing to any alert passersby the fact that I was carrying), the gun and holster were nearly at the point of falling out!
    So while I patiently await my AKJ Concealco IWB... I will pay major bucks to overnight this qwik clip that was in stock at Midway....
    Who knows, maybe I will like it better than my AKJ? Good holsters and belts make all the difference to me, when it comes to carrying securely and comfortably.

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    I've got one for my SP101 2" model. It fits great and is very comfortable. It holds the revolver securely.

    I got it instead of the CBST since I have to disarm throughout the day depending on where I may need to go and the single clip makes it a bit easier.

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