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My "SuperLite" SuperTuck.. (Photos)

This is a discussion on My "SuperLite" SuperTuck.. (Photos) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; los, These modifications look great. I wonder if you could post pictures of you carrying the holster in the appendix position. Since the Supertuck is ...

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    los,

    These modifications look great. I wonder if you could post pictures of you carrying the holster in the appendix position. Since the Supertuck is fairly wide, I would like to see where exactly to holster fits on your waistline.

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    It actually looks better than the original shape, to my eye. The original always looked like it has just too much leather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JSBaker View Post
    los,

    These modifications look great. I wonder if you could post pictures of you carrying the holster in the appendix position. Since the Supertuck is fairly wide, I would like to see where exactly to holster fits on your waistline.

    Thanks
    Here you go.

    Please excuse the wrinkled shirt and the poor quality photos .

    I wanted to wear a fitted shirt to show how the SuperTuck disappears even when not wearing loose fitting attire.

    FYI, I wore the ST in the 3:00 position all day, so it wasn't adjusted for Appendix carry when I took the pics a few moments ago. Worked well, nonetheless.

    ***I like to carry it a notch lower on each side with less cant at the Appendix***







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    Quote Originally Posted by ccman View Post
    Very Nice. The Supertuck is a great holster.
    Thanks. ....Indeed it is..!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdog View Post
    It actually looks better than the original shape, to my eye. The original always looked like it has just too much leather.
    I think Crossbreed's design is outstanding. It does it's job, ..and does it extremely well.!

    The only reason I modified mine was to be able to make my Appendix carry a little more comfortable. The cut-outs on the bottom helped a lot with comfort while seated in Appendix carry.

    What works for me, may not work for you. What doesn't work for me, will probably work for you. Whew,..where's the Tylenol..?

    I think the original design is the cat's meow. And I bet a few other folks will agree. ..

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    I understand. I'm just referring to looks, not function. Subjective thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdog View Post
    I understand. I'm just referring to looks, not function. Subjective thing.
    I gotcha'.

    The modifications do change the appearance, and makes it a tad lighter.

    The comfort, retention and concealing attributes that the [unmodified] SuperTuck establishes, are definitely still there.

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    los,

    Thanks for the pics!

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    My pleasure, Sir.

    Although the photos are a sad reminder of how badly I need to get on a strict diet!! ..
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    Kholster

    Does anyone have one from this vendor?
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    What tools/knives/whatnot, did you use to trim the leather and finish the edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmxer85 View Post
    What tools/knives/whatnot, did you use to trim the leather and finish the edge.

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    A standard size utility knife and KIWI [shoe] leather dye (plastic bottle with the sponge applicator on the top).


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    patience and a utility knife....

    .....good job. And thanks.
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    After you did the cutting were the edges rough? do you think a dremel is necessary to make softer edges? I plan on doing the "combat cut" soon...
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    This is more or less the same as CB. with more leather.

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