My "SuperLite" SuperTuck.. (Photos)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRATodd View Post
    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...
    I didn't think about using my dremel at all, although thinking about it now, I probably should have. I think I'll go back and round the edges with my dremel and then re-dye.
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    THAT's the one I wanted to see!! Really sweet job you've done on that, LOS. I just ordered the SuperTuck in horsehide today. Once I get it (3 or 4 wks) I'll wear it around and see if I need to tweak it a bit, and you've set a great template for the rest of us. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyD View Post
    THAT's the one I wanted to see!! Really sweet job you've done on that, LOS. I just ordered the SuperTuck in horsehide today. Once I get it (3 or 4 wks) I'll wear it around and see if I need to tweak it a bit, and you've set a great template for the rest of us. Thanks for sharing.

    Joey D.
    THANKS, Joey. I appreciate it very much.

    FYI, I got another idea on how to really "personalize" the Holster.

    Stay tuned for that. I'm sure you're gonna want to do it to yours, too. I won't have a chance to work on it till this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccman View Post
    TRICKORMATE
    Kholster
    This is more or less the same as CB. with more leather.
    Negative. That's a cheap, junky copy of Crossbreed's design and I hope Mark sues the pants off him!
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    hey los and to think i almost bought that holster from you. im tankryankn379 from houston. It looks good bro. ill be in corpus this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chepo06 View Post
    hey los and to think i almost bought that holster from you. im tankryankn379 from houston. It looks good bro. ill be in corpus this weekend.
    I memmer you..!!

    Yeah, you turned me down, so I took it out on the holster by hacking it all up..,

    Why in the wide world of sports would you wanna come down to the sparklin city by the mudhole..??

    PS: THANKS!
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    Dude if you wanna vent more, let me order a ST and you can have at mine.
    He he lmao im a lil hesitant to order any IWB due to rather large love handles.

    The family's in Corpitos

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    Negative. That's a cheap, junky copy of Crossbreed's design and I hope Mark sues the pants off him!

    I agree 100%. Nothing is better than My CB. In the last week or so I cut up a tree, split it and stacked. Shoveled snow to day for a few hrs (NE). I always work with it on and forget it is there. I will buy from Mark again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chepo06 View Post
    ..Dude if you wanna vent more, let me order a ST and you can have at mine.
    Hey, if you decide to do it, just let me know. I'd be more than happy to modify your ST.

    Quote Originally Posted by chepo06 View Post
    ..The family's in Corpitos
    Born and raised on the Westside, myself. Ella Barnes and Miller, Bro.
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    I've had a few PMs and emails in the last few days to show all the tools and supplies I used to modify the SuperTuck.

    Here's a photo that shows everything I used (except for the screwdriver) for the modifications....



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    LOS, to wear it as an AIWB which holes do you use. I have it in the very top and very bottom and it is still to much cant. Plus it rides low at this combination. Did you special order? The only way I can see to get the neutral cant is to have the kydex rotated some.
    I played with the holster all day and I love it so far, but I definately have to modify for the proper grip. I already have a blister!

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    Los, thanks, you've inspired me too! I've had a very early Super Tuck that has been mostly in the holster drawer due to lack of a proper grip.

    Mark offered to cut it for free way back when, but I never sent it back to him (purely my fault).

    Been planning on doing the cut, and today I finally got around to it. I now have a comfortable holster for my Glocks that I can get a proper grip/draw from, and I am certain it will see far more use than it has in the past several years (just switched to the G19, I'd forgotten how comfortable these lightweight pistols could be!).

    I'll get some pics up in a day or two, need to transfer them to the other computer, resize in Photoshop and upload to Fototime...

    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Regards, T Bone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG23 View Post
    LOS, to wear it as an AIWB which holes do you use. I have it in the very top and very bottom and it is still to much cant. .....Plus it rides low at this combination.
    For AIWB (strong side) carry, I place both belt clips on the second hole from the bottom. I kinda have a high waist, so this position works best for me.

    BTW, this was not a special order Supertuck.

    What type of weapon do you carry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    ....Los, thanks, you've inspired me too! I've had a very early Super Tuck that has been mostly in the holster drawer due to lack of a proper grip.

    ....I'll get some pics up in a day or two, need to transfer them to the other computer, resize in Photoshop and upload to Fototime...

    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Hello, Mr. T Bone.

    THANKS for the pat on the back. I really appreciate it...!

    The Combat Grip really makes a HUGE difference, doesn't it? I look forward to viewing the photos of your recent modifications. Please feel free to post them on this thread, if you'd like.

    -Jimmy

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    LOS, I carry a 26 or 19 strong side appendix. I have been making some templates all night trying to see what will work for me. Every time I make a change it leads to another change. Thanks for the Info!

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