Update on CrossBreed super tuck holster

Update on CrossBreed super tuck holster

This is a discussion on Update on CrossBreed super tuck holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; OK, here is update I promised. I have been wearing the Crossbreed Supertuck holster everyday, all day since I have had it, which is about ...

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    Update on CrossBreed super tuck holster

    OK, here is update I promised. I have been wearing the Crossbreed Supertuck holster everyday, all day since I have had it, which is about 3 weeks. It is the most comfortable, concealable holster I have ever used. I am saving coins to order 2 more, a minituck for LCP and another supertuck for an XD.


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    I'm going to order one for my Kahr P9, but the thought crossed my mind to get one for my LCP if carrying the Ruger in my pocket doesn't work out. The thing is, if it's that nice and conceals that well, like what I've read, I'd just as soon carry the larger gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usafvet View Post
    OK, here is update I promised. I have been wearing the Crossbreed Supertuck holster everyday, all day since I have had it, which is about 3 weeks. It is the most comfortable, concealable holster I have ever used. I am saving coins to order 2 more, a minituck for LCP and another supertuck for an XD.
    You may want to look at the Comp Tac MTAC Holsters. very close to the Crossbreed but the Kydex shells can be switched out between different guns. I have 2 Crossbreeds and just bought an MTAC to see the difference. The differences are very slight but if you have time to switch out shells before you go out, the MTAC might save you a few bucks. The shells are about 25 bucks each I think.

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    I've heard good things about the supertuck, but have a question. I tend to sweat a lot. Does it seem to make things hotter and sweatier where the holster is? Seems like a lot of leather covering skin and I was a bit concerned about it. It's high on my list of potential holsters. Particularly if this is not a problem. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    I've heard good things about the supertuck, but have a question. I tend to sweat a lot. Does it seem to make things hotter and sweatier where the holster is? Seems like a lot of leather covering skin and I was a bit concerned about it. It's high on my list of potential holsters. Particularly if this is not a problem. Thanks.
    I may dress differently than you so what I do might not work. I almost alway wear a long T-shirt with a wifebeater underneath. Holster is on top of the wifebeater so no leather on skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    I've heard good things about the supertuck, but have a question. I tend to sweat a lot. Does it seem to make things hotter and sweatier where the holster is? Seems like a lot of leather covering skin and I was a bit concerned about it. It's high on my list of potential holsters. Particularly if this is not a problem. Thanks.
    I wear a wife beater under my supertuck and there does seem to more sweat in that area. I don't think there is anyway to avoid it, it is not bad considering you are wearing extra stuff. I ordered my supertuck in HORSEHIDE, they say it handles the moisture better than the cowhide, and so far it has worked great. It is a tan color as it does not dye like the cowhide does, but aside from people on forums posting pics on the interweb no one should ever see it. It ain't meant to be pretty.

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    p.s. I don't believe I'm sweating more because of the holster, it only gets a little damp when I've been outside doing yardwork or just out in the heat a lot. Hope that helps.
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    The Supertuck rocks. Like I have said before, I don't need to wear big shirts and this and that. Funny story. The other day my wife and I went to a friends house, of course I was carrying. I don't really tell my wife when I carry, and she doesn't really know. I was wearing cargo shorts and a normal sized t-shirt. When we get home, I take off my shirt and my wife, sees the gun in the holster at 430. She says, "were you carrying that thing all day". I said, "honey, I carry this thing all day everyday". She never noticed. Now THAT is concealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    ...no one should ever see it. It ain't meant to be pretty.

    I also opted for the horsehide, and it seems to me for whitey, it would be less visible through a thinner or lighter-colored shirt than black cowhide against Elmers-colored skin

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    Quote Originally Posted by swinokur View Post
    You may want to look at the Comp Tac MTAC Holsters. very close to the Crossbreed but the Kydex shells can be switched out between different guns. I have 2 Crossbreeds and just bought an MTAC to see the difference. The differences are very slight but if you have time to switch out shells before you go out, the MTAC might save you a few bucks. The shells are about 25 bucks each I think.

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    I have both brands. I absolutely hate swapping out the shells for the MTAC. I have found that I also want to change the way the holster rides once I have changed out shells - which requires more time adjusting the clips. I like to be able to reach in a grab a holster and go. If I want to carry a different gun - now I have to change out the shell - go through all the steps adjusting, etc. Save yourself some money in the long run and just get extra Crossbreeds - rather than getting MTAC, shells, then deciding too much hassle and eventually purchasing Crossbreeds for all your guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyboyLDB View Post
    I have both brands. I absolutely hate swapping out the shells for the MTAC. I have found that I also want to change the way the holster rides once I have changed out shells - which requires more time adjusting the clips. I like to be able to reach in a grab a holster and go. If I want to carry a different gun - now I have to change out the shell - go through all the steps adjusting, etc. Save yourself some money in the long run and just get extra Crossbreeds - rather than getting MTAC, shells, then deciding too much hassle and eventually purchasing Crossbreeds for all your guns.
    That's exactly what I did. I had two CB ST's but wanted to see what the MTAC was about for my Kimber. I agree, I don't have time when dressing to sit down and swap out shells either. Now I have one for each pistola.

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    I am really torn between these two holsters for my XDm. The CrossBreed looks like its much bigger than the MTAC. I am a large guy and worried about the size issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usafvet View Post
    OK, here is update I promised. I have been wearing the Crossbreed Supertuck holster everyday, all day since I have had it, which is about 3 weeks. It is the most comfortable, concealable holster I have ever used. I am saving coins to order 2 more, a minituck for LCP and another supertuck for an XD.
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    Anyone have opinions on the combat cut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by puncho View Post
    Anyone have opinions on the combat cut?
    My only supertuck has the combat cut, my experience is limited but it does allow for a better initial grip on the gun. Otherwise you need to get your hand between the grip and the leather. Some say get it without and do it yourself later if you want it, that's up to you. I let the holster maker do it, cause he's the man. I am glad I got the combat cut, I do wear an undershirt between me and the holster.

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    I have the MiniTuck with horsehide for the LCP. Wear it all day, everyday. Im 5'10" and 245, no comfort issues. I really don't take off the holster until I get undressed to go to bed. Always forget I have it on. Highly recommend it.

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