Bluegrass or Crossbreed?

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    Bluegrass or Crossbreed?

    I have been reading these threads for days now. I am more confused now than ever. First I thought I had my mind made up on a CBST, then somebody mentioned Bluegrass. So now I am leaning to the ghost hybrid. I have never been one to carry iwb, I just throw my s&w 642 in front pocket and go. I got a xd-40 sc and love it and want to carry this. Any suggestions between the cbst and the bluegrass. I do know I need the horsehide since I live in Florida.

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    Do you want a better made product or better service?

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    I wholeheartedly recommend the CrossBreed. I love mine. It conceals my M&P 9c wonderfully and is incredibly comfortable.

    There have also been some recent threads about bluegrass and their customer service that you're gonna want to read. I'm sure someone will put a link to it.

    I just thought I'd throw in my vote for the crossbreed.

    Also, Welcome to the forum. There is much to learn here.
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    I don't know anything about bluegrass, but I just got a cbst and it is everything i wanted. Also was delivered in under 2 weeks.
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    I just want a product that will last and do what it supposed to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davissw1 View Post
    I just want a product that will last and do what it supposed to do.
    You would do well to read of experiences with Brock Morgan on this forum.

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    I like my horsehide Crossbreed holster for my G23. It is comfortable.
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    I just got my CrossBreed Supertuck yesterday afternoon. I love it, and highly recommend it. I carry a Glock 22 (full-size .40) and it's *very* comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryM View Post
    You would do well to read of experiences with Brock Morgan on this forum.

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    check this thread out. Read first post. http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...unleather.html

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    Crossbreed!!

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    I have been carrying an XDSC9 in a Crossbreed for about a year, from reading the other posts you may have to wait about that long just to get the other holster. Crossbreed comfort and customer service is second to none in my opinion

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    I have the same gun you do. I've used a Crossbreed Supertuck for over a year now. It conceals great, is very comfortable, and you can't beat their service. One note of caution, a great holster and a lousy belt make for a mediocre (at best) setup. Get a good, stiff, GUN belt and you'll be surprised just how comfortable it is to have that gun on your hip.

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    I just ordered a CBST and a belt as well! Just too many good reviews not too. I also have not seen any bad reviews about customer service from Crossbreed on this forum or others.

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