Crossbreed Compliments?

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    Crossbreed Compliments?

    Does anybody have a Crossbreed Holster? I see their ad in Concealed Carry magazine and they look like they would be very comfortable.

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    Got one, great buy. Great price, reasonable turnaround (the waiting period won me over, I was torn between crossbreed and Brommeland, but I couldn't wait 6 months or more).

    Very happy, I'll be buying another one when I have some more money.
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    Thats good enough for me. The price IS right and they look very comfortable. I think I'll order one. Thanks!

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    Been hanging around for a while but this is my first post. I received my Crossbreed Supertuck holster today. It only took between 3 to 4 weeks to get . I have been wearing since I picked up the mail and it is comfortable. I've been wearing aVMII with the clips and the Crossbreed is easier to get on and off than the VMII. Mark is a great guy to deal with and I believe he makes a great holster.

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    I carry a full-size XD-45tac in my Supertuck (I may have mentioned that before ) And its "almost" like its not there.

    They are very well made and Mark was great to deal with.

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    I would much rather wait a few more weeks for a Tucker Answer, than have to live with the kindergarten build quality of a crossbreed. JMHO
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    I use a Crossbreed for my 5 inch 1911 (I know it deserves leather, but I'm a poor college kid). Works great, plus if you aren't satisfied with it Mark has a pretty good policy about making sure you are or you get your money back.
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