Kholster holsters?

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    Kholster holsters?

    I already have my favorites for this or that, but I ran across this in another forum today. Might be some cost effective options for those still searching for an affordable IWB holster for their favorite carry piece.
    I know...I know, cheap is cheap, but options are options....right? And of course everyone seems to be having sales right now. Just an FYI.
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    Looks like a CrossBreed knockoff.
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    Me no like. How do you grab the butt?


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    I bought this holster after it was recommended by my brother. (He bought one for his father in law so he had handled one personally.) It is comfortable, easily adjustable, fits my XD 45 perfectly, was shipped quickly (two days), and saved me a little money as well. With a good quality belt (I have a Wilderness Instructor 5 stitch ordered), I think I will have a very good concealed carry setup.

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    Me no like. How do you grab the butt?
    I will probably end up doing some trimming to take care of this issue. I am going to wait for my belt and try it out first.

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    Supertuck rip-off with WAY too much leather.

    I'll be sticking with Crossbreed.

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    I agree that it appears it would be difficult to get a grip to draw. I don't like it.

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    It is right on the fence as far as price too with bumping up a 20 or so and getting somthing that really fits you. Looking at that if I had the materials I could probably have my 4th grade students whip up some of those holsters during arts and crafts time (only kidding).

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    Quote Originally Posted by clipper1 View Post
    It is right on the fence as far as price too with bumping up a 20 or so and getting somthing that really fits you. Looking at that if I had the materials I could probably have my 4th grade students whip up some of those holsters during arts and crafts time (only kidding).
    Speaking about 4th grade students I made once..



    It's the only way I carry the Steyr IWB..

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    Quote Originally Posted by atm7819 View Post
    I bought this holster after it was recommended by my brother. I will probably end up doing some trimming to take care of this issue. I am going to wait for my belt and try it out first.
    And I think this is a good idea. Hey, most of us have a drawer full of holsters we dont like or dont fit us well. Hopefully, you can make this work for you and you dont have much invested. Good luck.
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    Wow, huge knockoff. I don't like that the smooth side leather is against the body which will cause holster saggage and like Cthulhu said way too much leather. For someone a little handy, it could be made to work...but I prefer the original SuperTuck. Someone had an opportunity here to make a knockoff that improves on the original, but instead they mess up and do the opposite.
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    I think the company is based in Missouri, which I think is where Crossbreed is based.

    Coincidence?

    I don't know if Crossbreed can pursue any legal option for such a blatant ripoff. I know I won't support the copycat by giving them any of my money.

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    Copycats..holster makers copying others work...Say it ain't so..
    That is one butt ugly holster though, but I don't like the Crossbreed either.
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    Who cares if it is ugly, it will be IWB . The only time it will be seen wil be when not worn. Now if you were speaking of comfort or accessibility thats different. On a scale of 1-10 I would give it a 7.5 . Would consider a purchase and Doctor on it a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by preachertim View Post
    Who cares if it is ugly, it will be IWB . The only time it will be seen wil be when not worn. Now if you were speaking of comfort or accessibility thats different. On a scale of 1-10 I would give it a 7.5 . Would consider a purchase and Doctor on it a little.
    I give all things a zero till I actually use it..then I can actually rate it accordingly..<g>
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    Quote Originally Posted by southbound View Post
    Speaking about 4th grade students I made once..



    It's the only way I carry the Steyr IWB..
    Where did you get the big rivits that hold the holster??

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