Tuck This II

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    Tuck This II

    Has anyone seen/used one of these? I can't seem to find a review of this updated model. With one belt clip I can't imagine it does very well with a full size auto, maybe OK with a compact. For 30.00$ I need some good reviews before I think about it.

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    Sorry, not familiar w/ this holster. Can you post the maker or a link?

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    Nevermind

    Nevermind, found it myself w/ a google search.

    I don't personally like nylon holsters that much, especially IWB. I prefer either leather or kydex for their retention capability. I'd be concerned about the holster staying open to be able to reholster and I'd think that you'd have to rely on your belt providing all retention of the firearm. IMHO I think your $30 would be better spent somewhere else, but that's just me.



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    looks like an Uncle Mike's something or another. I wouldn't use it for and IWB
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    I bought one for my PPS, but don't particularly care for it. It's nice and compact, but re-holstering is difficult as it collapses once the gun comes out, and while it conceals well as it rides low, it can also be tough to get your hand on the grip of the gun. For the PPS the magazine carrier is pretty useless as the mag doesn't sit firmly and my mag falls out if with simple walking.

    My wife likes it, but then again she doesn't carry every day.
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    looks like it would not hold during a draw. just my opinion.
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    The magazine is on the wrong side of your body. What are you going to do, switch your gun into your left hand and draw the mag, then switch back?
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    Looks like a cross draw option for me.

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    I don't disagree that it's a far from ideal location for your spare. My comment was simply that it has a pouch for a mag, but in my personal experience my mag's won't even stay in it anyway. Since I like to carry at ~4:30, its to far back for me to comfortably cross draw even if I liked that idea to being with. My suggestion is to spend the $$ for a good holster if your finances allow (I'm happy with my Supertucks!)
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    Spend the $30 elsewhere.
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    I made the mistake of purchasing one of the original "Tuck This" holsters, and quickly found myself calling it the "F*** This". Sorry about the crude comment, but it's a waste of money IMO for IWB carry. Now, I have been thinking about mounting it in my car as a car holster... It might work for that...

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