Feedback: Crossbreed Supertuck

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    Feedback: Crossbreed Supertuck

    Anyone have any feedback on the Crossbreed Supertuck for comfort, function, etc?

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    Do a search, there are numerous threads on the subject.

    I love mine, conceals very well, and is very comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    Do a search, there are numerous threads on the subject.

    I love mine, conceals very well, and is very comfortable.
    I'll do that, thanks. Honestly I keep forgetting about the search tab.

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    I have a kholster which is pretty much the same as a supetuck. I like it, the only complant I have is that the leather gets warm against my skin in warmer weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimmkt View Post
    Anyone have any feedback on the Crossbreed Supertuck for comfort, function, etc?
    I only know that the guy that owns the company won't speak to me.
    For me as a business owner, this says more about the company than the product they produce.
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    The Supertuck is very comfortable and adjustable. Quality is decent. The craftmanship could be a little better but its not bad. If you have a bit more money to spend I would recommend a Pure Kustom Black Ops Pro. It has more adjustability than the Supertuck, is higher quality with better craftsmanship, and imo looks nicer. The way I look at it is like this. You can buy a supped up Honda Civic that would blow away a Porsche 911 in a drag race but which one would you rather have if they were given to you?
    Check out my review on the Black Ops Pro

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    The Supertuck is a great holster. Great retention. comfortable, and conceals spectacularly!

    They have stellar customer service too!
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    They are great, you just can't have skin tight pants and a wimpy, thin dress belt and expect it to work.

    The SuperTuck + a Beltman belt = one great rig!

    And, NO, the Kholster isn't "the same", I don't care, it's still a cheap rip-off of the far superior SuperTuck!
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    I have a Supertuck for my Kahr.... Love it, you can't go wrong....

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    Great answer Sigmanluke...way to welcome a new member. Why is it that EVERY forum has their share of "Do a search" nazis???

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    Quote Originally Posted by EW3 View Post
    And, NO, the Kholster isn't "the same", I don't care, it's still a cheap rip-off of the far superior SuperTuck!
    Please tell me how they differ. They are both a slab of leather with kydex riveted on and metal belt clips. OH WAIT, they are different! The supertuck costs twice as much money and the owner of Kholster is much quicker to respond to e-mails.

    Just a little FYI, crossbreed was NOT the first company to come up with this design and his feeble attempts to patent the design will fail once it is brought to his attention that its not only been too long, but his holster is actually a copy of someone else's.
    ::hops off soapbox::

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    try it for yourself. if you dont like it send it back in 2 weeks for a refund.
    carry mine everyday. no complaints, great customer service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    Do a search, there are numerous threads on the subject.

    I love mine, conceals very well, and is very comfortable.

    DITTO on the "I love mine, conceals very well and is very comfortable."
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    Mine works great. I can't think of a reason to spend $$$ to replace it (XD40sc)

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