am i the only one who hates crossbreed?

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    Not every holster will be right for every person. Forgive me for stating the obvious.
    I carry OWB 100% of the time and don't even own an IWB rig.
    So if for some reason I decided that I needed to carry IWB - I would need to test out a few different holster types and styles.

    It's great that a "present day" maker will offer a trial period as that would go a long way toward eliminating the "closet full of unused holsters" malady that many of us suffered through in the past.
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    I have never worried about jeans making me look fat.

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    I bought one some time back and found it to be about the same as those made by some guys at home . Not exactly top grade flexable leather and a rough backside with a very basic plastic holster. Gave it to a friend and bought a Comp-Tac monaur neutral with backed with glove leather, highly flexable, options to change the plastic holster only if a different firearm is used and tension adjustable. Difference like night and day.

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    I wish you has posted this before I ordered a holster for my shield I loved the supertuck I had for my Glocks


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    Guess so we have 3 already for different pistols & iam lookin to buy another for my Kahr PM45 if anyone has 1 up for sale
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    That's why I like Com-Tac. Minimal material and maximum options, i.e. retention screw-multiple cants, plus no sweaty leather.
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    I like Crossbreed, but I don't expect from them more than they are. They're not Milt Sparks or even Galco. They make functional holsters fast, and they aren't pretty and sometimes require a lot of tweaking. Both of mine were cheap and ugly enough that I did my own combat cuts. I also had to trim some kydex on my Supertuck for my M&P9c, because the sight channel was molded off-center and at an angle, which hindered the draw.
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    They do take up a lot of real estate. But they are very flat and comfortable. They conceal very well and are stable on the belt, no wobble forward or back.
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    The thought of stuffing all of that leather into my pants turned me off from buying one for my SR9c! I've been leaning towards the PJholster. It looks to be thinner and take up less waistband space?
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    I have never understood the blind devotion by guys just getting a CCW and just getting a firearm, to having to get themselves a Crossbreed holster they have never seen or touched.

    It's like watching guys run out and spend money on something just because the words Israeli, SEAL or Spetsnaz are in the offering's name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rogers View Post
    I have never understood the blind devotion by guys just getting a CCW and just getting a firearm, to having to get themselves a Crossbreed holster they have never seen or touched.

    It's like watching guys run out and spend money on something just because the words Israeli, SEAL or Spetsnaz are in the offering's name.
    I've never seen blind devotion to Crossbreed from people just starting out. The devotion comes from experiencing a lot of uncomfortable CC holsters then discovering a company that makes a product that totally lives up to it's reputation for EXCELLENCE.

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    I've never seen so much discomfort with holsters in my life. Somehow I even managed to wear a thin leather holster for years back during my broke days and never had a comfort problem.

    Like I said, and CrossBreed is just an example, I have never understood groupieism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rogers View Post
    I've never seen so much discomfort with holsters in my life. Somehow I even managed to wear a thin leather holster for years back during my broke days and never had a comfort problem.

    Like I said, and CrossBreed is just an example, I have never understood groupieism.
    Neither have I. (Glockheads are one prime example I can think of.)

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