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More Crossbreed love...Concealing a 1911 (Picture intensive)

This is a discussion on More Crossbreed love...Concealing a 1911 (Picture intensive) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Cthulhu 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 ...

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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
    Nope, the 1911 is so thin that you can't see it...at all. Hope yours comes soon, man. Mine took about two weeks exactly. The good thing is mail delivers on Saturdays, unlike UPS. I'm keepin my figers crossed for ya!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post
    Clubbing = Booze + Concealed firearm = Illegal in FL?

    -JT
    From my understanding;

    It's only illegal if you're at, into, leaving or passing through the portion of the establishment (restaurant, bar, nightclub) that is [devoted] to the purpose of SERVING alcohol.

    I got most of that info from "Florida Firearms Law, Use & Ownership, 6th Edition 2006 by Jon H. Gutmacher, Esq., specifically, page 68.

    There is nothing illegal that I know, about drinking and concealed carry. Wether you can physically or psychologically handle a gun with alcohol in your system is another topic.

    Most of the crap on a Friday or Saturday night goes down in the wee hours anyway, why wouldn't I want to carry then?

    Speeding is illegal but i do it all day long. I feel more conscious of my speeding and breaking that law than I do carrying my gun for the defense of me, my family and friends.

    Just some thoughts...........................

    Sorry for the off topic rant................................

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    Evening everyone.
    I use a crossbreed for my HK USP 9mm that I carry.. My wife uses one
    for her Smith 3913 that she carries.. Excellent product..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog View Post
    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.
    XD9SC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlobeGuy View Post
    XD9SC.
    I carry a 4" XD45 compact, I have never had an issue. Try moving it around to see if u can get it to be alright when you sit. Like i said, it also has a lot to do with body type and clothing.
    I believe in gun control...... Thats why I use TWO hands.

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    Just ordered my Supertuck. Wife will find out in morning when she wakes up .

    Better to ask forgiveness later than permission now.
    The old sheriff was attending an awards dinner when a lady commented on his wearing his sidearm. 'Sheriff, I see you have your pistol. Are you expecting trouble?' 'No Ma'am. If I were expecting trouble, I would have brought my rifle.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmedAviator View Post
    Just ordered my Supertuck. Wife will find out in morning when she wakes up .

    Better to ask forgiveness later than permission now.
    LOL, I did that a little over 2 weeks ago

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    Question? I'm fairly overweight. Any idea how this might work for me? With a full size 1911.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcctex View Post
    Thank you for the very informative photos. Please consider switching to Wranglers. Levi Strauss is one of the largest corporate supporters of gun control in the country.

    Thanks again for the photos.
    pcctex
    I find the Wranglers even fit better with an IWB. LOL

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    The belt looks very nice, but their holsters just don't do it for me.


    While I realize that it's in my pants and no one can see it, a more finished look means something to me.






    Holsters are perhaps the most personal aspect of all carry solutions. My preferences are just what I find to work best for me.
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    Proud to be an infidel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    Question? I'm fairly overweight. Any idea how this might work for me? With a full size 1911.
    I weigh in at about 295 and I have one for a Springfield XD compact in .45 caliber which is not a long as a full size 1911 but is a great deal wider and I have no problem with my Crossbreed. It is truely THE most comfortable IWB holster I have ever used. And I fully understand the problems us heavy guys have when carrying.

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    Thanks airworthy, I'm about the same, good to know.

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    Just received my second CrossBreed holster, with "combat grip" and horsehide options, this one for a Commander (obviously it will fit any 1911 since it's a short Kydex open-bottom holster), and it works fine after you get the "trick" of internally-rotating the gun during the draw.
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    The Tucker Answer is indeed a very good holster and would certainly win in a beauty contest.

    Our 'Combat Grip" option allows for less leather between the grip and body if speed is more important than comfort. The buyer can decide his own priority.

    Keep in mind we don't make them to be visually appealing, we make them to work, every day, all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtcraigco View Post
    Keep in mind we don't make them to be visually appealing, we make them to work, every day, all day.
    My thoughts exactly. I do NOT need a "good looking holster" for IWB carry. Why? Because YOU CAN'T SEE IT WHEN YOU ARE WEARING IT. What's the point in a great looking holster(and double the money!) if no one will ever see it? When I was searching for a IWB holster, I was looking for comfort. All day comfort. The Supertuck had great reviews because of it's comfort.
    Now, if I were in the market for an OWB, I would probably want it to look good.
    Thanks, Mark, for a great, comfortable holster that I can wear all day long for a great price.

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