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Crossbreed SuperTuck

This is a discussion on Crossbreed SuperTuck within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am considering purchasing a Crossbreed SuperTuck. Will the Kydex material effect/damage the firearm? Thanks for the help. BTW I am considering purchasing a 1911 ...

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    Crossbreed SuperTuck

    I am considering purchasing a Crossbreed SuperTuck. Will the Kydex material effect/damage the firearm? Thanks for the help. BTW I am considering purchasing a 1911 to go with the Crossbreed SuperTuck.


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    I would strongly recommend a firearm made of stainless steel. The Kydex will remove the blueing.
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    My XD shows minimal wear from the supertuck, but it's been less than six months. Any weapon that gets a lot of carry time is going to show wear, wether it's in leather or Kydex. It's just a little character :)
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    Interesting...

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    I've had one for I think two years. No bare spots on the XD... I think if it were a big probalem, we'd hear more about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupcake View Post
    I've had one for I think two years. No bare spots on the XD... I think if it were a big probalem, we'd hear more about it.
    Good Point.

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    While our holsters tend to be no harder on the finish, they aren't any easier on the finish of a firearm either.

    With respect, finish wear WILL occur to some extent, sooner or later, on any gun carried regularly, regardless of who's holster it is in.

    Wit that in mind, if you are serious about carrying, select a firearm that you don't mind some finish wear on, don't carry your prized $3000.00 collectors gun.

    Carry a gun you select and dedicate to carry and can look at as a tool for defending your life should the need arise. The gun should actually get a lot more wear at the range than in your holster anyway, so again, don't carry a safe queen for self defense.

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    Mark has some wisdom there...I look at my carry guns as tools. Like everything in my other toolbox...it feels more like mine once I've put a few dings on it anyway.
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    While our holsters tend to be no harder on the finish, they aren't any easier on the finish of a firearm either.

    With respect, finish wear WILL occur to some extent, sooner or later, on any gun carried regularly, regardless of who's holster it is in.

    Wit that in mind, if you are serious about carrying, select a firearm that you don't mind some finish wear on, don't carry your prized $3000.00 collectors gun.

    Carry a gun you select and dedicate to carry and can look at as a tool for defending your life should the need arise. The gun should actually get a lot more wear at the range than in your holster anyway, so again, don't carry a safe queen for self defense.


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    CB great holster. I agree with Mark here. If You don't want wear wrap it and leave it in the safe.

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    I have had a Supertuck for my PM45 for about 9 months or so. No problems yet. By the way, they are super comfortable too.
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    I have one for my Sig P239 and it's a very comfortable IWB. I definitely recommend them.

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    I have one and LOVE it. Ive only had it a couple of months but no problems yet.

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    I blieve that kydex is ok for tupperware guns,I have a blackhawk Surpa,for my Glock,and M&P,but my 1911's are all carried in Leather ONLY,if you want to keep the finish on it IMO.

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    I carry my full size Rock Island in a CB almost every day. It disappears under nothing but a t-shirt. A quality gun belt is an absolute must for carrying a 1911 though, I got mine from CB also and love it.

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    It shouldnt be too bad unless your holstering and unholstering it a lot. I have the Micro for the LCP and it fits nice and snug, does not slide around, but sure with wear time it will loosen a bit, but as long as the firearm stays in and safe and helps protect me, a little wear is good for character. The Crossbreed products and service are excellent from the folks here in STL I spoke with and so far from the one I RX.
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