A word about Crossbreed

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    A word about Crossbreed

    That word is....AWESOME!! I recieved my holster in the mail about 3 days ago, right on the quoted time might I add. All I can say is I am VERY impressed with this holster. I put it on as soon as it came out of the package. It was so comfortable. I've used a few holsters and so far this is leagues above and beyond. Folks, all I can say is for the price, the comfort and the TWO WEEK turnaround time. This is worth it's weight in gold. Thanks to the Staff at Crossbreed, who were wonderful over the phone. I give this the best marks possible. Please give these fine folks some buisness.....they are outstanding
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    I second that. I emailed him about buying some j-hooks after I got my supertuck, and a week later I got them in the mail. Didnt even charge me for them! Cant wait to get another pistol so I can get another supertuck haha

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    I've been using the Supertuck for about a year and I really like it.
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    I'm on my second Crossbreed, had one when I owned a Sig and now I have a Quickklip for my daily carry J frame. I have nothing but good things to say about Crossbreed. Simplicity at its finest. I'll be ordering another one here soon for my 1911.
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    A comfortable, affordable holster. Can't beat it.

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    Do they pull the grip in close to your body? What position on your body do you wear it at?
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    I wear all my IWB at about 4 to 5 o'clock. Being someone who um...hs some weight. I'm 5'11 and about 240. The natural indent where my kidneys are is the most comfortable for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrin33 View Post
    I wear all my IWB at about 4 to 5 o'clock. Being someone who um...hs some weight. I'm 5'11 and about 240. The natural indent where my kidneys are is the most comfortable for me.
    How comfy is it when you are driving?
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    The Crossbreed SuperTuck is very comfortable sitting and driving when I wear it in the 4:15/4:30 position. It tucks my P239 in tighter than any other holster I've tried and in that position it fills a nook just right so you barely feel it. It's a surreal feeling when you wear it all day sitting & driving and then take it off at the end of the day and sit down, it's like you miss it.
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    Yep, I agree - the most comfortable holster around. I have/had Bianchi, Don Hume, Highnoon, Comp-Tac and others - and nothing has beat Crossbreed in comfort. Yes, I have a MTAC - not even close.

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    I work a job where I drive upwards of 200 miles a day. It's been a dream. I agree....taking it off after a long day and it's like a void. Trust me....you won't regret it.
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