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    Nice. I just got one for my 1911, tweeking as I write..........




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    Quote Originally Posted by DrLax View Post
    Crossbreed makes a great belt too for about $60 including shipping. The photos on their website do not do their belt justice.


    Hey, nice belt! What do you think of it so far? I've been going back and forth about buying one of his belts.

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    How do you like the clips?

    I received my holster last year and it had some of the old, butterfly clips and it seems that they have changed their design. Do they work well, are they worth the upgrade? The butterfly ones seem to show a little too much when tucked in.
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    Been looking for a IWB, will check them out. Thanks alot for the review.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrLax View Post
    Crossbreed makes a great belt too for about $60 including shipping. The photos on their website do not do their belt justice.

    Now that's a good looking belt!
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    How do you personally carry extra magazines with this setup? I'm considering a few options, just wanted an opinion. Thanks!

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    Awsome set up. I may have to try one of the Crossbreed holsters. I have yet to hear much negative feed back about them. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBirdCD View Post
    How do you personally carry extra magazines with this setup? I'm considering a few options, just wanted an opinion. Thanks!
    Hey BlackBird--

    I don't currently carry an extra mag, as I'm still looking for the best solution for me. I'm leaning towards the Crossbreed IWB mag carrier. It's a similar layout to the Supertuck, so it should be comfortable and easy to carry.

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    Thanks, Herzog, I was wondering the same thing. Or just pocket carrying the slim 1911 magazines. Cheers!

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    Does the gun bother you at all when you are sitting down? My problem with 4 - 4:30 position is that, while very comfortable standing up I can feel the grip against my back when sitting down and driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlobeGuy View Post
    Does the gun bother you at all when you are sitting down? My problem with 4 - 4:30 position is that, while very comfortable standing up I can feel the grip against my back when sitting down and driving.
    What gun are you carrying? I carry a 4" XD in the 4- 4:30 position and I find it more comfortable than most holsters I ues.try rotating the holster towards 3 o'clock enough that when you sit down you can't feel it.
    I believe in gun control...... Thats why I use TWO hands.

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    I'm gonna cry now...two weeks to the day since my order.

    When you have the gun at 4-4:30, does the muzzle print at all, seeing as the kydex doesn't cover a large chunk of the slide up front?

    -JT

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    I went clubbing yesterday for the first time with my supertuck/1911 on and I'm still amazed how comfortable these holsters are! I forgot the gun was there until [she] ran her hands down my side ;-)

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    Clubbing = Booze + Concealed firearm = Illegal in FL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post
    I'm gonna cry now...two weeks to the day since my order.

    When you have the gun at 4-4:30, does the muzzle print at all, seeing as the kydex doesn't cover a large chunk of the slide up front?

    -JT
    I guess it depends on your body type, clothing, and barrel lenght. I don't print at all, and if I do, it's nothing anyone would notice. However a buddy of mine used my holster he had a tactical verison (Inch bigger than what i carry) and you could see a bump near his back pocket and it pushed agaisn't his wallet.
    I believe in gun control...... Thats why I use TWO hands.

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