Blackhawk CQC

Blackhawk CQC

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    I bought one today for my XD9. No matter what angle I use on the belt or paddle, my draw pulls the grip straight up into my ribs. That really doesn't work real well. Anyone run into this?
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    Nope, might be the body type you have doesn't work well with the holster design. I have used mine for about a year now, and like it. I have the CQC serpa, BTW.
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    I have two Serpa CQCs, one for my HK USP Fullsizes (.40 & .45)and one for my HK USP Compact .45. The only problem I have with them is that it's a little bulky. Leaves a little bulge when I'm wearing summer clothing. It's not the holsters fault though, USPs are just bulky.

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    I guess OWB's just won't work with me during summer. I liked the holster too, just can't deal with drawing into my ribs if I need to. I gotta find something.

    Has anyone ever got holsters from Fist, Inc? They had a few that looked like they would work great for me.
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    I just can't go OWB in the summer. I dont wear "cover shirts" and if I did, everyone that knew me would know something was up. If you have'nt tried IWB , I think you should. I have'nt ordered from Fist , but I'm sure you can't go wrong there.

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    Never had that problem with mine either. I didn't find IWB carry comfortable until I bought "The Answer" from Tucker gun leather. A bit pricey compared to others, but WELL WORTH THE MONEY! It really is the answer to wasted time and money on other sub standard holsters.

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    Looks like the Crossbreed style holsters, yet more expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phaetos View Post
    Looks like the Crossbreed style holsters, yet more expensive.
    From across a football field perhaps...

    The finish and quality of the crossbreed is no where near that of the Answer.
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    I didn't compare the quality of the two, just said they look alike. The Crossbreeds obviously look much more well made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Go Glock View Post
    Never had that problem with mine either. I didn't find IWB carry comfortable until I bought "The Answer" from Tucker gun leather. A bit pricey compared to others, but WELL WORTH THE MONEY! It really is the answer to wasted time and money on other sub standard holsters.

    I use both holsters and have no problem with either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phaetos View Post
    I didn't compare the quality of the two, just said they look alike. The Crossbreeds obviously look much more well made.
    I guess its all subjective, but Tucker has my business for LIFE... if that tells you anything.

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