January 23rd, 2008 02:23 PM
I wear a supertuck all day, everyday at work with my XDsc. The thing about a supertuck is that they are not fancy holsters that have as much time in them as a fully custom leather holster. They are a workhorse that can be worn all day, abused and still be ready the next day for the same thing without any problems. The best part is that they are one of a handfull of tuckable hoslters that can be had about a week after you order them, at a good price, imo.
January 23rd, 2008 02:30 PM
Since i started this i will say its a great holster.
The only thing is when i grab for my gun I have to wedge my fingers in. I think when i trim an inch or 1 1/2 off it will be fine. I carry a pretty thick gun anyway. good product mark
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January 23rd, 2008 02:47 PM
Originally Posted by mtcraigco
Actually I did say the cheaper MTAC (Spartan). Yes, quite similar. The interchangeable bodies and the fact that the gun is completely covered is a plus in my book. The front sight has a tendency to drag on draw and the kydex is scratched on my supertuck. A proper sight channel is something I look for. You do not offer a complete coverage option. This has been brought up in forums before (Not sure where I saw it). You charge extra for an option that most people would choose if it were the same price (combat grip). So your holster come to $73 spec'd like this. I would say that is in the same price range. To be honest, I liked your holster when I first got it but I now know exactly what I desire in a holster.
I think Tucker gun leather’s "The Answer" was the first hybrid holster.
January 23rd, 2008 04:05 PM
My mistake on misreading your post, I thought you were implying that the MTAC was cheaper as in "cheaper MTAC" being cheaper than the SuperTuck .
Originally Posted by Mtbiker
I see now that you meant to convey the cheaper version of the MTAC.
Either way, as long as you have what you like and need and it allows you to carry what you like, then that is what matters most.
January 23rd, 2008 04:43 PM
What is the big deal. I have a Super Tuck, and like it. I haven't had to trim any of the leather, don't really see a need to but I understand some of the comments about getting the full grip or whatever. I just choose to leave it the way it came. If you prefer to trim out for the grip, hey I am sure the folks at CrossBreed understand.
As far as the complaints about value or something that is cheaper, or whatever. If you don't like a product, don't buy it. If you have one that you did buy and think you paid to much, well who's fault is that.
I have got lots of holsters for lots of different guns. Some of them I use, some of them I leave on the shelf. I am not the only one like this as others have admited to this also.
But I do use my Super Tuck, and I do like it. I shopped around for similar IWB products and picked the Super Tuck because I like the features, the cost and their warranty.
What a bunch of whiners.
Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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January 23rd, 2008 04:50 PM
Will trimming the leather backing on my Supertuck void the lifetime warantee?
January 23rd, 2008 04:59 PM
Originally Posted by GlobeGuy
Not at all. We obviously wouldn't replace the backer under warranty, but the clips and all the rest would still be under the warranty.
January 23rd, 2008 05:12 PM
I've been going back and forth on trimming my SuperTuck since I got it a couple months ago - I finally did it last night. It's actually far more comfortable, and conceals my P7 much better. Removing a bit of the leather between the grip and my body allows it sit much closer to my body, with significantly less printing. It's also much easier to get a good grip to draw.
I'm guessing your height, weight, and build have a lot to do with it.
Cut (slowly) with a sharp utility blade, then blend the edge with a sanding drum on a dremel.
January 23rd, 2008 05:43 PM
Could not have said it better myself.
Originally Posted by climber
And for what it's worth, while it seems as if EVERYBODY is trimming thier SuperTucks, such is definitely not the case.
Although I don't know how many folks do it themselves and we never hear about it, the ones we do know about or do for the customer amount to 10-15 percent I would say.
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