you cant beat a Xbreed for comfort. The only prob I have is the lump it creats on my side, since I carry at 3:00. 4:00 is very uncomfortable for me since my car seat pretty much wraps around me. If you have to go IWB, crossbreed is the way to go.
Bent my clip too, easy to bend back though.
If you order new clips, let me suggest the "J" clips. I use and love them. They are also much less noticable than the standard clips.
I love my crossbreed. When i got it i liked it so much i ordered a belt the following night. Both are top notch and work well together.
I kind of wonder though. Which is more likely to catch a sheep's eye? A stylish metal clip with a cross on it, or a funny black U shape peeking from under a belt? This is just my personal thinking, but I would be interested in hearing others' thoughts.Quote:
If you order new clips, let me suggest the "J" clips. I use and love them. They are also much less noticeable than the standard clips.
And yes, I do have the J-clips as well, but I don't currently use them.
The regular clips work fine for me. If you worry about appearances try the velcro clips.
I saw a post from a guy with an xd40. Like me he's a lefty. I really wanted to know how he liked the holster.
I don't think you can beat the CrossBreed belt. I wear it everyday, and have 0 complaints. I carried my XD9 4" in a SuperTuck for a while, but could never find a comfortable place where the gun did not severely print. I finally came to the conclusion that there was not enough kysex on the holster to keep the gun tight to my body.
Certainly a holster fits every individual differently, but the SuperTuck just didn't work for me. I ended up getting an MTAC which fits me like a glove.