What is a good Tuckable holster

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    What is a good Tuckable holster

    I would like to get a tuckable holster for my Kimber ultra carry and my XD40sc. But dont want to spend alot of money. So would like to know if anyone uses a tuckable holster that does not cost alot of money but is a good holster.

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    Well...you want alot! One that doesnt cost alot, is alot to begin with, but to find one that works like it should and doesnt cost alot.....well..you know what Im gonna say.

    When looking at tuckables look for strength of construction and the depth it will allow you shirt to be tucked in around the weapon. Those are the make or break things for a tuckable. Many are around but are weak where the tuckable arm is joined to the main body of the holster.

    If you cant find anything, yell at me. I make a line of them but they arent cheap...but are improvements over everything Ive found thus far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Larsen View Post
    Well...you want alot! One that doesnt cost alot, is alot to begin with, but to find one that works like it should and doesnt cost alot.....well..you know what Im gonna say.

    When looking at tuckables look for strength of construction and the depth it will allow you shirt to be tucked in around the weapon. Those are the make or break things for a tuckable. Many are around but are weak where the tuckable arm is joined to the main body of the holster.

    If you cant find anything, yell at me. I make a line of them but they arent cheap...but are improvements over everything Ive found thus far.


    Shoot well and god bless.
    I know i am asking for alot. But i hope i come across something good.
    I have been on your website before and you make very nice holsters. I dont mind spending 50 to 65 for one. BUt a tuckable wont be my main holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnova View Post
    I would like to get a tuckable holster for my Kimber ultra carry and my XD40sc. But dont want to spend alot of money. So would like to know if anyone uses a tuckable holster that does not cost alot of money but is a good holster.
    Carry my XD40sc in a Crossbreed Supertuck. It's flat ugly, just a sheet of kydex melted to fit your gun, riveted to a piece of leather, with a couple of melted kydex belt hooks screwed or riveted on, depending on the model. However it is very comfortable, secure and concealable, even without a proper gunbelt. I've only had it a few months, but no sign I won't get years of use out of it, and the price is good.

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    I just ordered my Crossbreed SuperTuck Adjustable about 2 weeks ago. I can't wait for it to get here! Lead time now a days is 6-8 weeks, they said.
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    I really like my Galco Skyops...

    it's worth a looksee.

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    Tuckable

    I vote for the CompTac C-T.A.C..
    Very comfortable and conceals well.
    A great holster because before I got mine I had never found an IWB holster that was comfortable for me.

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    As an FYI: I posted a message a couple of weeks ago with a list of about 10-15 tuckable IWB holsters from different people with a price range from like $50 to $150 or so..

    If you click this link you should see my post in there somewhere..
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    Tucker Answer or Texas Heritage -- http://www.tuckergunleather.com . I suppose it depends on your definition of "doesn't cost a lot".
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    I don't know what your budget might be, but take a look here...
    http://www.5shotleather.com John just finished a tuckable (the 1st ) Uncle Lou for me. It's great looking and comfortable, a true work of art.
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    Is $69.95 a lot? I use the Glaco USA (Ultra Second Amendment) and I like it a lot. I would like it better if I lost a little of my love handles!

    http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterG3.asp...2437&GunID=175
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    Another good option is a www.highnoonholsters.com Split Decision. They have about 6 different models from 30 to 65 bucks to choose from so give them a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy Jimmy View Post
    Is $69.95 a lot? I use the Glaco USA (Ultra Second Amendment) and I like it a lot. I would like it better if I lost a little of my love handles!

    http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterG3.asp...2437&GunID=175
    That last line is do-able. Been there recently. I've noticed the last 2 months that my IWB carry is much more comfortable and conceales better! I work in a 24x7 environ so I tend to caffeine-up a few times a day. All I did was cut out the soda's/soft drinks and switched to water (and lots of it) back in mid-june. I've lost about 30lbs since (went from 6'1 at 226lbs to 6'1 at 194lbs). I'm still slowly working it down. Darn I really rabbit trailed this one off topic. Oops.

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    Check out the VM2 in the tuckable version. I have 4 of their VM2's IWB version and there really isn't a better holster out there. I just received mine; but, I have several friends that have them, and in all honesty, I've never heard a bad word about them.
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