Holster Help!!!

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    Holster Help!!!

    I am getting a Sig 229, and I need something to put it in. I want a IWB, Tuckable holster I was looking at the Crossbreed Super Tuck Deluxe. Any other options? Or what do yall think about the Super Tuck??

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    Comp-Tac makes the CTAC and MTAC holsters that are very tuckable. They are kydex though, and the MTAC is backed with leather for comfort.

    Milt Sparks makes the VMII (my personal favorite holster), and it has an option for tuckable clips. I have the tuckable clips as well as the belt loops, and haven't installed them and tried tucking yet, so I can't say how good a job they do. A lot of people like MTACs.
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    I've got the Supertuck for my SR9. It was the first holster I ever bought, and it was the only one I needed. Extremely satisfied with the holster and the service.

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    Do a search on "Crossbreed" you will find lots info. IMO, the Supertuck is an ugly but functional, comfortable holster that can be had in quick time.
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    The M-Tac is a very good holster.
    I had a little problem with their customer service, but they took care of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slimjim View Post
    Do a search on "Crossbreed" you will find lots info. IMO, the Supertuck is an ugly but functional, comfortable holster that can be had in quick time.


    I knew there's a perfect way to describe the Supertuck, and you just nailed it! "The Supertuck is an ugly but functional, comfortable holster that can be had in quick time"

    Crossbreed should use this line in my opinion, it's the perfect MARKETING statement.

    BTW, they should agree on the "Ugly" part, cuz it is......UGLY and far from the pretty holsters like VMII, Max-Con V, etc. But then again it may not matter to most follks since their concealed.

    Here's a few mockups to get it started: Just for fun.








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    I Have both the crossbreed suppertuck and the Comptac MTAC,they are both great holsters and very comfortable after you wear either one for a couple weeks you don't even notice them.

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    I myself do not and have not gone the "Go Ugly Early" route in my lifetime. I'll wait the 3 weeks for an HBE or TT that's sexy and comfortable.

    This holster does go good with a Glock though

    Please, no hate mail. I was joking.
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