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MTAC or Supertuck

This is a discussion on MTAC or Supertuck within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; i havent tried the supertuck, but the MTAC works great for me.. it does a nice job of hiding my M&P9c and with a proper ...

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    i havent tried the supertuck, but the MTAC works great for me.. it does a nice job of hiding my M&P9c and with a proper gun belt it's very comfortable


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    My favorite holster is the MTAC it must be I have 4 of them. I don't remember having to have a breakin period but I have been carring in one for over two years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbird View Post
    My favorite holster is the MTAC it must be I have 4 of them. I don't remember having to have a breakin period but I have been carring in one for over two years now.
    4 MTACs? Why not just one MTAC and then the shells? If one is not going to swap out shells, by all means go with the Crossbreed Super Tuck. I have both the MTAC and Super Tuck. If I had to choose, I would pick the Crossbreed. But if you have mulitple guns and will get additional shells for the MTAC - you won't go wrong here either. But what a stinking hassle it is to swap out the shells when changing guns on the MTAC

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    I have an MTAC and i love it

    i am considering trying out a supertuck for the new 1911 tho just to be fair
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    Never tried a Supertuck but I like my MTAC a lot. I have three different bodies for mine (PM9, P226 and G29).

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    I just ordered my M-Tac yesterday. I went with M-Tac because it's the "Swiss army knife" of holsters. I got slide version for 9mm/40/357 Sig. Now I can use 1 holster for my G26 and the same holster for my next Glock too. I expect it will be either a 19 or 23. And if I get something else I can get a body for it at a very reasonable price! I love versatility!

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgewain View Post
    I just ordered my M-Tac yesterday. I went with M-Tac because it's the "Swiss army knife" of holsters. I got slide version for 9mm/40/357 Sig. Now I can use 1 holster for my G26 and the same holster for my next Glock too. I expect it will be either a 19 or 23. And if I get something else I can get a body for it at a very reasonable price! I love versatility!
    Just FYI - you can do this with the Crossbreed Super Tuck also.

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    supertuck here....conceals well and comfortable. And the new metal clips are pretty sweet.
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    I just ordered the crossbreed supertuck in cowhide, is there any difference between that and the horsehide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyboyLDB View Post
    Just FYI - you can do this with the Crossbreed Super Tuck also.

    So you can get another body to put on one holster? I'd been wondering about that, good to know.

    The all leather ones have been catching my eye lately, though if I had to "pull the trigger" today I think I'd go supertuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoDave View Post
    So you can get another body to put on one holster? I'd been wondering about that, good to know.

    The all leather ones have been catching my eye lately, though if I had to "pull the trigger" today I think I'd go supertuck.
    I'm not sure how you can do that, not saying you can't. But I don't have my holster with me now, but I believe it is kinda riveted onto the leather.
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    Both!

    I have a SuperTuck for my XD Service and an MTAC for my CZ 75 B. I think they are pretty equivalent. The MTAC is a little thicker with the second layer of leather. I have never felt the hardware on the exposed back of the SuperTuck.

    I don't think you will go wrong with either one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoDave View Post
    So you can get another body to put on one holster? I'd been wondering about that, good to know.

    The all leather ones have been catching my eye lately, though if I had to "pull the trigger" today I think I'd go supertuck.
    No, not another body. But rather most of the Glock family will fit in one holster designed for a Glock.

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    my Taurus PT99 fits in my owb leather holster as well as my HK USPc,

    It won't however fit in the Fobus paddle cuz the sights won't fit.

    Do the bodys have a snap fit like the Fobus? If so I would think maybe a 2000sk would fit for a USPc holster, but not the Taurus, but would the HKs fit one made for the Taurus?

    The sk has caught my eye, may have to go fondle one tomorrow.
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    Was just reading up on the LEM trigger, I want to try one!
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