Any problems with Cross Breed Holsters?

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    Any problems with Cross Breed Holsters?

    Hi there, I am looking to buy a super tuck holster to carry a Glock 27, anybody had a problem with that combo?

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    I don't have a Glock, but I bet you will not have any issues. Just give them a shout and they can walk you through any and every option they have, they are great people.
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    I have never heard of problems with them. I do not currently own one though.

    Just FYI, you would probably have better luck with this question if you had posted it in the Holster section.
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    I've been carrying my G26 in one since the end of October and I have no complaints at all thus far. I would certainly recommend it.
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    I have a G19 and a Supertuck. Works great. No complaints. Feel free to ask them to make a loose, medium, or tight fit according to your preference. Mine is "middle of the road"- if flip mine over the gun will stay put, but if you shake it, it will fall out. They shipped it very quickly.

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    I've been carrying a Glock 27 in a Supertuck for about a year now. I love it. It is very, very comfortable--even against your skin (don't let anyone scare you with the "But there's metal on the back!!!" stuff.)

    I also have a Crossbreed belt that I've been wearing for about a month. It's great, too.

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    I have been caarrying my 27 in a CB for quite sometime - no issues.

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    Have one for my glock 19, been using it for several months works great,
    I'm sitting on my Keltec pf9 in a super tuck right now with a crossbreed belt, very comfortable.
    Hope to get another for the Taurus Pro for Christmas.
    "I broke" a belt clip, and Crossbreed replaced it no questions asked.
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    Only issue so far was squeeking. Not a biggie. Didn't tuck well for me, probably my body type and the cloths I tried wearing. Otherwise, I have recommended this holster to lots of people. Get a good belt and carry!
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    My Kahr would eject its magazine until I did the "combat cut". Basically a problem with putting such a slender profile weapon against a flat piece of leather. Other than that, my crossbreed has been a good holster and has served me well. As another thread participant noted though, it can be squeaky, especially when you don't tuck.
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    I haven't had mine for very long, but I haven't had any issues.

    I very rarely hear/read about any issues with the SuperTuck. This is a very popular holster. Get one, I'm sure you won't regret it. You have 2 weeks to try it out anyways.

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    I've been using that style for over a year now, no problems other than the mag ejection (my BE has a real tall button - some custom work corrected that issue in month 2). Never heard of the squeaking thing though. Mine doesn't. You can't go wrong with Crossbreed.
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    Best holster you can get. I'm wearing one with my G26 as we speak. Comfee

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    Mine would cause the magazine to eject from my Sig P239, and one of the clips broke when I was removing the holster (I bent it a little bit back to clear the "hook" from the belt, but not so far that the clip should have broken.)

    Crossbreed readily agreed to fix both problems, but as I have been in Baghdad and the holster in the States, I haven't had a chance to take them up on their offer.

    That said, the holster is very comfortable, secure, and quick. I really like it, and hope that when I get a chance to have it fixed it becomes the holster that I think it can be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matiki View Post
    My Kahr would eject its magazine until I did the "combat cut".
    Would you elaborate? Can you get a full firing grip on the weapon when you go to draw?
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