Crossbreed Seconds?

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    Crossbreed Seconds?

    I was thinking of purchasing a crossbreed for my G23 and was looking at the website. Do any of you all know what the difference is between the specific glock model# (like glock 26) and just "Glock"?

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    I am not a Glock owner...but there is a difference in overall size of the gun...as well as mag release, safety, slide lock....etc. Each holster is formed to the specific contours of the gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathewsz7 View Post
    I was thinking of purchasing a crossbreed for my G23 and was looking at the website. Do any of you all know what the difference is between the specific glock model# (like glock 26) and just "Glock"?
    Take a look at Glock's web site, it does a pretty good job of showing the different sized. To make this short, there are 3 different thicknesses and 3 different sizes.

    Thickest - comes in full size (20 & 21) and compact (29 & 30)
    Thinnest - comes in only the 36 which is a single stack .45
    Middle thickness - comes in full size (17, 22, et. al.), compact (19, 23, et. al.) and sub-compact (26, 27, et. al.)

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    My g26 and 36 are used in the same CBST, my 27 that I will get will also be used in the same holster. Kinda nice having the option for 3 different weapons and one holster

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    Im fairly certain crossbreed uses 1 kydex mold for a number of different sizes on the same frame. Think compact 1911. I use the same holster for what I would consider a sub-compact and a full size frame 1911. Remember though if it doesn't fit all it takes is a hair dryer to tighten it up.

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    I emailed crossbreed seconds with a question once and got a reply quite quickly. They may be able to clear it up for you.

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    I thought/think that CB seconds is the same guy. I think it's just people that return it in the 14 day trial period that didn't like their holster or someone broke the kydex part and they just sent a new one and fixed the kydex on the one sent in.

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