Crossbreed SuperTuck

Crossbreed SuperTuck

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    Crossbreed SuperTuck

    Any own this that has anything bad to say about it? I've been looking at tuckable IWB holsters for my Taurus PT140 and think this is my best bet. I've looked at COMP-TAC, Galco, DON HUME, Allessi and Raven Arms. I just want to see if there are any potential downsides before I spend the money.
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    Have owned 3. Just got rid of one in a trade. Had 1911, Sig239, XD. I have nothing bad to say about them at all. Mark is very good to deal with and will help you out with anything you need and will stand behind his product 110%.
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    This is my EDC holster. Easily wear it 100+ hours a week and love it.
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    I have one for my M&P .40 and love it.

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    I wear a supertuck daily. Last week I accidently cracked the kydex, mark fixed it and had it back within the same week...

    great product and service.
    I believe in gun control...... Thats why I use TWO hands.

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    Just got one for my Kahr CW9. Very comfortable, holds gun securely and is easy to tuck into. I modified mine to allow me to get a full grip on the gun. The leather backer and some of the kydex stopped my middle finger from being able to wrap the grip. Easily trimmed to my liking and I love it. I believe Mark will do this for you for like $5 when you order it but I bought mine used.

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    No downsides. It's really as simple as that IMO. You'll see what I mean when you get one.
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    -"I may get killed with my own gun, but he's gonna have to beat me to death with it, 'cause it's going to be empty." -Clint Smith

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    It's a good product. If I were to order another one I would get the combat cut, like detroit9mm I made the cut myself. In my case the slide release was activated no matter how I wore it (it seemed less likely at about 4'o'clock). I've read about others who've had similar problems but can usually resolve it by wearing it in a different location. Once I made the cut for a better grip it stopped activating the slide release and I've been happy with it.

    Here's photos of my dilemma:
    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...07-post29.html

    The solution:
    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...28-post16.html

    It's an extremely comfortable holster and a bargain at the price, even if you end up needing to tweak it.
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    It's very comfortable and their customer service is top notch. Only bad thing I can say is I can't believe a (now) major holster maker is selling these without the user being able to obtain a proper full "combat" grip on the weapon while it is holstered. But sell them they do, and as Mark has pointed out, they have MANY customers who do carry everyday and even for a living, who have no trouble with that. That siad, just doesn't seem proper to me. No big deal, easily solved by a little cutting, either by them or by the buyer. I think they're a good choice overall.
    (ETA: Presumes you don't mind Kydex on your gun- I use mine for a Glock, the finish on those wears much better than many).
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    Best inside the belt holster made in my opinion. Especially for the price. Love mine.

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    Just got mine today and I'm thrilled. I just tried it on and it feels great.
    I was carrying my G30SF in a CTAC and it was digging into me when driving and sitting. I think this holster will solve my problem...

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    I wear it daily and it is 100 %. The customer service and Mark the owner also get 100%. I spoke with a Lady one day about IWB mag holder and it was a joy to speak with Her. You also get a trial period so You got nothing to lose. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovernm View Post
    I have one for my M&P .40 and love it.
    Me too!

    great company....great product....great customer service...and if you don't like it within the first two weeks...send it back...no big deal. You'll be pleased with the supertuck!
    "Come, follow me, " Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." Mark 1:17

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    Just ordered mine the other day. Waiting for arrival.
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    Anyone ordered a Crossbreed MiniTuck yet? Looks like a nice setup.

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