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    Comp-Tac C-TAC.


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    The Galco Ultra-Deep Cover is the only tuckable holster I like.

    Lifgtweight and comfortable-completly tuckable.

    No one knows it's there.

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    I've had my crossbreed for 7 months now and I love it. That's really weird to hear about them not responding. I have only dealt with them through email, but they responded extremely fast every single time. I had a clip break a while back (when they were kydex) and they sent me new steel clips right away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by georgewain View Post
    I vote for Comp-Tac MTAC . I use one every day for my Glock 26. Comp-Tac : Top-Quality Firearm Accessories
    I also carry a G26 in an MTAC whenever legal. I'm surprised there is so little of a showing for the MTAC now...it is a great holster
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    Just finished an email session with Rob Longenecker from Tucker Gunleather and extremely satisfied with his promptness in answering my questions. Liking the product more and more after looking at their website.

    Going to purchase "The Answer" and "The Silent thunder Champion" from them and will post a review as soon as I have tested it (hopefully in under two months).
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    I Have the M-Tac for my Colt Combat Commander it was the first IWB I bought it is a great holster a bit pricey but my problem with it is the leather does not come up high enough to protect my side from the beavertail and hammer spur. I wore it for a little over a month when I ordered the CrossBreed Super Tuck and have used it for 8 months and I love it.

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    Check out the Silent Thunder
    Silent Thunder Kydex/Leather <b>IWB</b>

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    I can't vouch for any other holster except for the Crossbreed Super Tuck. I like mine...very comfortable. Just need my permit to arrive so I can legally carry.
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    I am unqualified to comment on the other aforementioned holsters. I have carried my govt 1911 in a Milt Sparks VM II for the last three years. A VM II is worth the wait.

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    Bluegrass Hybrid... <click

    Brock will have it to you in less than 2 weeks...$65.00
    Mason Dixon...IWB/OWB and tuckable
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    Kholster Tuckable

    Kholster for a really GREAT alternative to Crossbreed.

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    I have one for my M&P 9C and my LCP. Don't even know I'm wearin' 'em.

    My 2 cents

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    love my Crossbreed

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    Gotta say, I'm loving my new DC Tuckable from HBE Specialty Leatherworks. It's a beautiful holster too!

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    If you're having trouble getting response from Crossbreed, I am nearly certain it is a matter of email getting sent to a spam filter for some unknown reason (most likely related to your location/ISP). Their Customer Service is as good as any out there, better than most.

    I can also attest to the VM-2 from Milt Sparks being among the best (if not THE best) holsters on the market (tucking I can not speak too, as I simply don't tuck with a holster worn on my belt).

    Since you've decided to go with Tucker, I'll also state that Rob is VERY good to deal with, and I love my Silent Thunder holsters (both IWB and OWB). Now, I just need to buy another IWB (I think I like their newer style better, originally bought an early IWB with the rotating clip).
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    Crossbreed!
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