Cross Breed

Cross Breed

This is a discussion on Cross Breed within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I just ordered myself the super tuck. I have heard great things on this site about it. I hope it is as good as I ...

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    Cross Breed

    I just ordered myself the super tuck. I have heard great things on this site about it. I hope it is as good as I hear it is.
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    Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.


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    Set it up right, give it a week of full time carry (after you spend a week of getting it set up right) to form to your body, and you will be pleased.

    TIP - Verify your gun is unloaded 2 or three times, and practice drawing untucked for a while to make sure you have the depth and cant correct, then start tucking it in and drawing. Easiest way is grab a handful of shirt just above the weapon with your off hand, and jerk it up to your armpit.

    Start with steps.

    1. Grab shirt
    2. Jerk shirt to armpit
    3. Grip weapon
    4. Draw weapon up enough to clear holster
    5. Point
    6. Holster and repeat.

    After a while it all smooths out and becomes muscle memory and quick.
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    You'll love it. A little leather conditioner and wearing it as much as possible for a week+ and you'll have a super comfortable IWB holster. As Sticks noted, spend some time adjusting it to fit just right. Trust me, and everyone else who has one, you'll love it.

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    Got it

    I was told when i ordered it that it would arrive in two to three weeks. I ordered it Dec 23 and it arrived Dec 28. It fits so comfortable. I even went to sleep on the couch with it on. It may have been only a day but so far it it by far the best holster i have ever put on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticks View Post
    Set it up right, give it a week of full time carry (after you spend a week of getting it set up right) to form to your body, and you will be pleased.

    TIP - Verify your gun is unloaded 2 or three times, and practice drawing untucked for a while to make sure you have the depth and cant correct, then start tucking it in and drawing. Easiest way is grab a handful of shirt just above the weapon with your off hand, and jerk it up to your armpit.

    Start with steps.

    1. Grab shirt
    2. Jerk shirt to armpit
    3. Grip weapon
    4. Draw weapon up enough to clear holster
    5. Point
    6. Holster and repeat.

    After a while it all smooths out and becomes muscle memory and quick.

    Sticks,

    You reminded me all over again WHY I carry my Glock 30 in the Supertuck...... Excellent description of how to fit, adjust, practice, and get prepared to be safe!

    Hats off to ya!
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    These are great holsters!
    Guns: Glock 22, 23, 26, 27, 29, 30 & 36
    Rides: 2006 GTO with my turbo system and tune (635 RWHP); 2009 H-D Street Glide with many mods

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    you would not be sorry that you bought it, its a great holster.

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    I've been wearing my SuperTuck for 3+ years. Works great. The service matches the quality. I broken a velco clip and called Crossbreed. The call lasted about as long as it took to give them my address. A new set arrived in a couple days:) No charge. They just don't mess around with their customer service. Get a good belt with the velcro sewed in. Order the velcro clips. This makes the holster basically invisible.

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    I thought a super tuck just had metal clips, whats the velcro part?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtem View Post
    I thought a super tuck just had metal clips, whats the velcro part?
    The velcro clips are made of kydes and just wrap around your pants. You then put a gun belt that is backed with velcro on and it holds the holster and you don't have clips showing, they are behind the belt. Mine works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeface View Post
    The velcro clips are made of kydes and just wrap around your pants. You then put a gun belt that is backed with velcro on and it holds the holster and you don't have clips showing, they are behind the belt. Mine works great.
    Do thy have a package deal or do you pay 60 for the belt, 10 for the clips and 70 for the holster? 140 is pretty steep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtem View Post
    Do thy have a package deal or do you pay 60 for the belt, 10 for the clips and 70 for the holster? 140 is pretty steep!
    $140 for a holster package that works well beyond the manufacturer claims? You ought to go price some of the other holsters out there, then throw in a good stiff gun belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtem View Post
    Do thy have a package deal or do you pay 60 for the belt, 10 for the clips and 70 for the holster? 140 is pretty steep!
    You haven't done much custom holster and belt shopping, have you?
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    Hello,

    New to forum and new to CCW permit, I have only been carrying for about a month.
    Received my Crossbreed in the mail yesterday and it is unbelievable.

    Have tried two settings and so far I like the stock one.

    I also bought the belt and Velcro clips but have not used those yet. I like there belt just fine but I never wore a belt until I started carrying. I was wondering if a nylon belt would be easier for me to get use to and if someone could recommend one.

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    They offer 10% discounts to NRA members.

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