Crossbreed STD or Minotaur

Crossbreed STD or Minotaur

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    Crossbreed STD or Minotaur

    I'm looking at both of these. Anyone know if there is any significant difference?

    Minotaur:
    Inside Waistband Holsters - Minotaur Holsters - products new home - Minotaur MTAC Holster

    Crossbreed:
    SuperTuck Deluxe


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    I have a Crossbreed MiniTuck for the Ruger LCP and a Kahr PM40. I really like the Crossbreeds and one of them rides with me every day. No experience with the Minotaur, although I've read they are very nice as well.

    Depending on what gun you want to carry, Crossbreed makes two different sizes, the MiniTuck and SuperTuck. I've read somewhere before that the Minotaur can be a little big when carrying something small like a Ruger LCP or a Kahr PM series.

    Something else to consider, you can change the kydex shells on the Minotaur and use the holster or more than one gun. With the Crossbreed, one holster for one gun.

    Good luck. I don't think you can go wrong with either company.

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    My son has the Minotaur MTAC and it's very nice. I have the Minotaur Gladiator (OWB) on order.

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    I use the MTAC (G27 @ 4 o clock), but have tried the Crossbreed - In my opinion they are pretty much the same except the clips - the MTAC offers an array of clips from the J, C, and Velcro for ultra concealment

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    I'm sure its a fine holster, but I'd have real problems paying for a "Crossbreed STD" I usually try to avoid stuff like that.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    I'm sure its a fine holster, but I'd have real problems paying for a "Crossbreed STD" I usually try to avoid stuff like that.
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