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Crossbreed Holsters

This is a discussion on Crossbreed Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Has anyone had any good or bad experiences with Crossbreed holsters? I'm considering buying their "Supertuck" model to conceal a Sig P220ST. http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/beltslide.html...

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    Crossbreed Holsters

    Has anyone had any good or bad experiences with Crossbreed holsters? I'm considering buying their "Supertuck" model to conceal a Sig P220ST.

    http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/beltslide.html


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    I have an adjustable Supertuck for my 1911. If you are gonna get one, get the adjustable, not too much more, and more options for how it rides. Finish isn't the greatest, but it does the job it is meant to do great. Especially in winter I usually just use it as and IWB and not a tuckable, although I have used it as one for family events and stuff. No problems at all with it, Mark is a great guy to work with. Got mine at right about 10 weeks.
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    I have one for my kahr p-40 its a great holster for the price. I plan on buying another in the future.

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    I don't think you'll do wrong by using a Crossbreed. I have several different IWB holsters, and all but the Crossbreed reside in 'The Box'.

    Get the adjustable option, it allows you to fine tune the holster to your carry style.
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    I'm very happy with mine, except for a bit of trouble with the clips, most likely my fault. (was popping them loose from the belt, rather than unthreading) Mark sent replacement clips no charge. However, if you want kydex clips, I'd go with the adjustable so you can easily replace them as needed.

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    I just ordered the "Supertuck" adjustable for my Walther P99c. Long wait to get it. Will let you know how I like it after it arrives. Good luck.

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    I have a Crossbreed supertuck for my M&P. I really like this style of holster. I haven't tucked it yet, but it works as a very comfortable IWB holster. I am planning another one for my father to use this year. Overall, I feel that it is a way to try out a leather/kydex holster without spending the $125 for The Answer from Tucker Gunleather.

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    I ordered my Super Tuck 2 weeks ago....still waiting for it to arrive as well. I will give you my reviews on it when it gets here. This will be my first iwb holster - so I won't have anything else to compare it too.
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    I carry my P220ST in a Tucker Answer, so I have an appreciation of the blessing and curse of carrying a full size 40+ oz handgun. I have never physically seen a crossbreed; only on the website, and it looks like a similar design. If you are in limbo of what holster to get, I would HIGHLY recommend the Tucker Answer. If you search for some of my other threads, there's a couple with pretty detailed descriptions of the good and bad of the Tucker. And to my amazement, it was actually tuckable in practical use (i.e. instead of revamping an entire wardrobe around it).

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