Crossbreed Super-Tuck

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    Crossbreed Super-Tuck

    Got my Super-Tuck in the mail today!!! Oh my goodness...why did I wait so long to get one! I put it on as soon as I got it and it has been the most comfortable holster I have owned. You definitely get what you pay for. I was very impressed with the turn around time. They told me 3-4 weeks and it took just over two weeks to get. I will definitely be ordering more in the future!

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    I agree, same here.
    Gun control can be blamed in part for allowing 9/11 to happen.
    "Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum" (Latin)- "If you want peace, prepare for war".

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    I agree. I wondered why I waited as well. They are worth every penny.

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    I love mine! Well worth the price!
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    Just received mine on Saturday 4-26... turn around was exactly 2 weeks from order date to arrival. So far I am more than impressed with this holster.

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    Yep, a very comfy holster - the most comfortable IWB holster I have tried.

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    +1 on the Supertuck. Muy muy comfy.

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    I just got the MTAC from Comp-Tac. I'm curious if anyone out there has tried both. The Crossbreed is significantly less expensive, tool.. I wonder why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalCompact View Post
    I just got the MTAC from Comp-Tac. I'm curious if anyone out there has tried both. The Crossbreed is significantly less expensive, tool.. I wonder why?
    I have only tried the Crossbreed, and love it by the way, but I think I know the differences between it and the MTAC. One, I've read that the MTAC has an added layer of leather, the smooth side of which goes against your body and the rough side covers the mounting screws preventing any contact at all with the body.

    Probably the most advantageous difference is that the Kydex shells on the MTAC are interchangeable. You only need to buy one whole rig, and from then on you can just order the shells separately for other guns you have, or ones you acquire in the future.

    That second one might've made a difference to me if I'd known about it when I bought the Crossbreed, but ces' la vie, I'm very happy with what I have and don't regret the purchase in the least.

    I don't recall off the top of my head what the difference in price is between them, but I think it was around $20. Regardless if my memory serves me well or not though, the extra $$ for the MTAC does actually buy you added/different features. It's not just one maker charging more for nearly the exact same thing.

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    Thanks Blues, that pretty much sums it up, I guess. I looked and looked but couldn't find any pictures of the rear of the crossbreed. I assume from your post that the fasteners are exposed and contact your skin. A metal allergy could make that holster then useless no?

    I am curious however, as to the thickness and flexibility of the leather used in the crossbreed. They claim it is os comfy, I feel my MTAC is a little hard. Maybe it just needs more break-in time? Did you notice your Xbreed start to feel better as time went on or was it comfy right off the bat?

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    I've got the Crossbreed Quickclip which is almost identical to the Supertuck. Extremely comfortable and very concealing. After a 16 hour day it is just as comfortable at the end of the day as it was at the beginning!

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    I recieved my Cross-Breed last week and it was not the most comfortable holster right out of the box...I figgered give it a week or so and see how it pans out. well time has softened it/formed it to me and its comfort has increased significantly. I was initially thinking "I'm gonna send it back" but I think I will keep it due to the tuckable feature. My Brommeland Max-Con is definitely more concealable and thinner. Even though the kydex is thin, i think it is the hard formed shape of the kydex that makes it bulge noticeably more than the Max-Con. I was afraid the exposed barrel end ould be an issue as well but its been okay. When tuckability is needed it definitely fits the bill for me and being in its second week....it is now beginning to be very comfortable.
    The exposed metal hardware is not an issue but if it were moleskin would be the easiest fix as that is what I used on my C-TAC and it werked very well and is readily available from wal-mart...and cheap but they are a non-issue.
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    Glad you all are liking your super tucks, I have been using mine for about a year now, and love it.

    When you ordered the holster did you go head and order a belt too? If not you should have. I waited almost a year between ordering the holster and the belt, and now wonder why didn't I just order both at the same time.

    Very nice products both of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalCompact View Post
    I just got the MTAC from Comp-Tac. I'm curious if anyone out there has tried both. The Crossbreed is significantly less expensive, tool.. I wonder why?
    I have both. Both are good holsters. I prefer the CB over the MTAC. I feel the MTAC is just too thick. It will never be able to mold to the body like the CB due to the way they mount the shells. The MTAC is a little more pricey. The only reason I got an MTAC instead of another CB was CB did not have one for my PF9 at the time. So I opted for the MTAC. Comp-Tac now also has a CB version - not their MTAC.

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    I just recently got a CrossBreed Belt. I like it, very nice. My previous belt was from Rafter S Gunleather, and I loved it, but I needed something that was a little bit longer for some occasions.

    I also put some Comp-Tac standard clips on my Super-Tuck. Much better IMO.
    Gun control can be blamed in part for allowing 9/11 to happen.
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