Comment on CrossBreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arko View Post
    Careful with the new metal clips (they used to be plastic). I got in a hurry taking mine off, snagged it on a belt loop and bent it. Now I'll have to take it off and try to straighten it.
    My favorite holster overall though!
    I've bent one of my clips a couple of times now. A few minutes in a vice and it was as good as new.

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    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.
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    Bent my clip too, easy to bend back though.
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    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.
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    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.

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    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.
    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.

    And yes, I do have the J-clips as well, but I don't currently use them.
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    The regular clips work fine for me. If you worry about appearances try the velcro clips.
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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southpaw66 View Post
    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.
    That wasn't me, but I'm a lefty with an XD40, and have a Supertuck for it. Nice holsters, and once you get them broken in, they fit very nicely and conceal well. I have one on order for my new (woohoo!) Kimber CDP Compact. I like wearing belt holsters when possible, but a nice concealment holster is necessary sometimes. Just hiding the barrel inside the pants lets me wear it under my vest when on the Harley, even if it's not under a shirt.
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    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.

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