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Tuckable, IWB, Comfortable Holster (P239)

This is a discussion on Tuckable, IWB, Comfortable Holster (P239) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just added another one above--the Mason-Dixon™ OWB/IWB Convertible. It's both an IWB tuckable and an OWB (convertible). I'm not a fan of the snap loops-although ...

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    Just added another one above--the Mason-Dixon™ OWB/IWB Convertible. It's both an IWB tuckable and an OWB (convertible). I'm not a fan of the snap loops-although they are secure, they are a bit conspicuous for my use (I need ones that won't be noticeable in an office environment).

    Interesting, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SigSire View Post
    I have no idea.

    The Super Tuck looks nice and simple--also comfortable. However, it lacks any adjustability and thus prevents the user from tweaking the exact "ride"--namely, depth of carry and cant.
    Look again at the Super Tuck, I believe behind the clips is a row of holes that you can mount the clips into to change depth of carry and cant, much like the MTac....

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    Boy, they sure do a good job of hiding that "feature" if it does exist.

    Thanks for the heads up.
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    Cross Breed Holsters’ New Supertuck Deluxe Concealment Holster

    Knew I had seen it somewhere...

    As for which is best ??? I don't have one yet, but the first one I will try will be Crossbreed because of great reviews and a return policy...

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    Tucker Gunleather. Tucker Gunleather
    I have 3 for 3 different size guns. You won't get colored clips however that I have ever seen anywhere. Basic black is all they come in. One holster only has one clip as it is for my Kahr Arms P9. Too small a gun for 2 clips.
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    I have the Supertuck for my 1911 and my P239SAS and had one for my XD. The holster is adjustable for cant and depth and has I think 3 or more different clips that can be used to secure it to you belt...Your GOOD GUN BELT. Just didn't want you to slap it onto a levi's k-mart belt and expect it to ride well, or any holster for that matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prawls View Post
    I have the Supertuck for my 1911 and my P239SAS and had one for my XD. The holster is adjustable for cant and depth and has I think 3 or more different clips that can be used to secure it to you belt...Your GOOD GUN BELT. Just didn't want you to slap it onto a levi's k-mart belt and expect it to ride well, or any holster for that matter.
    Yeah, I'm definitely learning about the significance of a good belt. That will be added to my purchase. (Most likely from the Beltman)
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    If anyone is still following this thread , can the above listed IWB, tuckable holsters fit a Sig P239 with a Crimson Trace laser grip installed?
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    You shouldn't have a problem with any othem since they don't generally interact with the grip. Can't say 100% though.
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    Thank ye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SigSire View Post
    I have no idea.

    The Super Tuck looks nice and simple--also comfortable. However, it lacks any adjustability and thus prevents the user from tweaking the exact "ride"--namely, depth of carry and cant.

    From a holster-itself conceal perspective, the SkyHops hooks look pretty intriguing.

    There others are definitely in the running, except for the Galco ones.

    Other than that, I'm still confused. I echo your frustration in the other thread about the difficulty in choosing a holster, especially when it might take 2 months to get it.
    Actually with the Supertuck Deluxe you can change depth of carry and cant to a certain extent, as each belt clip has 3 or 4 holes for adjustment. You can also get the "J hooks" for more adjustment, but I haven't used mine.

    No such adjustment on the Skyops however.

    It only took a couple of weeks for the Crossbreed Supertuck holsters to arrive, maybe 1-1.5 weeks for the Galco Skyops..

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    Inside The Waistband

    If it says in stock you will have it in a week, i find them comfortable.
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    Just to clarify for the record, the SuperTuck IS adjustable for ride depth and cant, delivers in about 2 weeks, and is $65.50 for the base rig.
    S&H is $8.45

    The $55.00 refers to our belts, please read the page again.

    Also the CT grips will not pose a problem.

    It also carries a two week try it free guarantee and a lifetime warranty.

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    I'll add another suggestion to the pile. Dave at Little Bear Holsters makes holsters that fit all your criteria including adjustability to make it comfortable.

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    Kydex and leather will both wear on a gun...one no more than the other. However, kydex does NOT retain moisture like leather, thus, is more desirable in humid climates. But YMMV.

    It is about preference. I've carried IWB with Kydex and leather...both appeal to me, and I'm able to choose between both.

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