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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; Just ordered a SuperTuck this morning. I had to find out for myself and do surely like the tuckable feature. I had bought a tuckable ...

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    Just ordered a SuperTuck this morning.
    I had to find out for myself and do surely like the tuckable feature.
    I had bought a tuckable for my 38 snubby a few years ago from High-Noon and by the time i recieved it (6+ months) I had finally purchased my first 1911 and never looked back. Ended up selling the holster to a friend after only trying it on once or twice.
    Pricing and wait time are definite selling points.
    I think the Tucker, though nicer looking, is twice the price and about 6 months wait-time.
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    What is the current wait time?

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    I dont know, that looks like a whole lot of leather to be wearing.

    I mean, if its comfy and doesnt interfere when im sitting, then i may try it.

    It just looks way too big.
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    The website says 3-4 week wait time.
    Dihappy, looks like in about a month a lot of people, including myself, will be taking delivery of these holsters so you will potentially get several reviews.
    It looks like a lot of flat leather surface to me as well...and i am not a big fan of kydex but hey, for 70 bucks delivered, i will give it a try.
    I sold my C-TAC to a member here a few months ago but that was 100% kydex and just didn't mold to me...too hard.
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    Do you have to ware a larger size of pants?

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    The leather is just on the backing, and it really isn't that much...but that will greatly depend on your body size. It may be a bit much for smaller-framed people.

    The kydex doesn't bother me so much, as I have a plastic-framed gun with a stainless slide, so there's not much worry of finish wear.

    I don't really need a larger pant size, but I did have to get a slightly longer belt.

    When I ordered mine, expected delivery was 3 - 4 weeks. Got mine in about 2.5.

    -JT

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    Just got mine today. Really comfortable and fast delivery. Just ordered on the 15th. I also want one for my j-frame but concerned about the kydex against stainless. Don't want to booger the finish.
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    Maybe mine will arrive by the 12th!! I great birthday present to myself!! lol
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    Just ordered mine a couple of days ago... yall are NOT HELPING with the "waiting patiently" aspect of this process!

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    That position is great if all you do is stand but ,bend over and grip sticks out,i carry mine at the 3-3:30 position that way even when bending the grip doesn't print hardly at all,also in a siting position it's harder to draw from that position.but my crossbreed i the most comfortable hoster i own i wear it except in bed and forget i even have it on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzog View Post

    Of course, a good holster really does make a big difference. I highly recommend the Crossbreed Supertuck for daily carry. It's no beauty queen, but it truly is a "lunch pail" type holster that just WORKS all day, every day.

    Photographic evidence:

    Something about that pic that made me say "hmmmmm, that looks familiar"



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    No way, clearly my flashlight is superior to yours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzog View Post
    No way, clearly my flashlight is superior to yours!
    they look the same to me?! 6P.

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