Looking for a tuckable that really works

Looking for a tuckable that really works

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    Looking for a tuckable that really works

    My EDC is a Glock 30. I usually carry it in a belly band and am very satisfied with the BB's ability to conceal the 30 in all situations. But I'd also like to try an alternative. I have tried a Remora 10ART RFT tuckable and I've also tried a High Noon tuckable. With both of them, I end up looking like the Hunchback of Notre Dame with a fallen hump, or like the guy in "Alien" just before the cute little alien baby bursts through his skin!

    I carry at the 4 o'clock position, sometimes 4:30 to 5. I'm looking for suggestions on tuckables that really work and also advice on what I might be doing wrong with my exisiting tuckables. I'm 5'10" and weigh 185, and about average in body build. I know to pull the tucked shirt out and blouse it a little, but that doesn't seem to help too much.
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    I think the Crossbreed Supertuck is the best. They are pricy...so I made my own for under $10.00.

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    I just ordered a Concealment Solutions Black Mamba. I have heard great things about them. I should get it by Wednesday, and can give you an evaluation by the end of the week, if you want.
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    Comp Tac MTAC and a proper belt.

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    Comp-tac Neutral Minotaur, I think it's slightly better than the supertuck because the kydex part can be removed and replaced by the user allowing for one holster to work for a variety of firearms, also great customer service and fast turnaround times.

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    Love my Crossbreed!
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    Posted earlier. My SHTF Gear holster. Similar to the crossbreed but allows a full grip on your firearm before you draw. Got mine for 61 shipped with Mil discount and it took less than a week to get to my house in SC from Utah.




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    Comp Tac holsters are the only tuckable holsters as far as I'm concerned... and I've been through a bunch of them. I'd not have another Crossbreed product.
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    N8squared tactical IWB, if you google N8Squared Tactical they have a tuckable version...





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    I tuck with the Crossbreed (I have a MiniTuck) every day. Love it.

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    I keep my G19 in a Galco King Tuck and it works great. Not bad price and good quality. I'm about your size (a bit heavier) and it works fine for me.
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    Give the DeSantis a look if you want one that hold it's shape and is US made one that is adjust able a seems to work well with most belts. They offer a good line of different options and priced right.
    I have worn my a few times with out a belt and it still held tight to my jeans

    Another I like is made by Captain Itch Good leather US made molded outstanding clip and two option for securing it to the belt.

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    Click on the Theis holster review in my signature. A Crossbreed for less! You will not be disappointed.
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    I've tucked my Theis with a 4003 and no one was the wiser. I don't normally tuck in my shirts.

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