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Crossbreed supertuck - can I really conceal it under a tucked shirt?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Dr_2_B, Mar 31, 2008.

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  1. Dr_2_B

    Dr_2_B Member

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    I have one Crossbreed and I think I like it. I would like to hear from anyone who's carried their supertuck. Can I legitimately expect to tuck in my oxford shirt over it and conceal, say, a Glock underneath the tucked shirt?

    Please, only those who have experience with the Crossbreed Supertuck.

    thanks.
     
  2. skinewmexico

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    I do it every Sunday, at least, without a jacket. Talk to one of the cops at my church every Sunday for 10 minutes, he never knew. You have to be careful how you tuck it, and then kind of pull the shirt out some all the way around.
     
  3. Dr_2_B

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    yeah, newmexico, some of us pull the shirt out a little anyway to cover up our built-in bulge there.

    thanks
     
  4. Muddflap

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    Yes you can. I worried about my shirt tail coming out, and exposing the gun, but if you get it tucked in between the holster, and your pants good, there is no problem. Like skinewmexico said, after you fluff things up a bit, nothing shows. I can carry a Sig 220 in a Crossbreed with no problem.
     
  5. Dr_2_B

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    Thanks for the help. My mind has been changed
     
  6. Joe the Redneck

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    Yes, they work fine. Im just too fat for an IWB now.

    A good tip is to buy a "tall" dress shirt in your size. This way you can "tuck and puff" your shirt.

    And keep you hands away from it. No one will see it unless you fiddle with it.

    Joe
     
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    Yea and get some long Tshirts from Pennys.
     
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    No problems with an XD9

    I'll throw in my "affirmative" to the OP. The only thing that is somewhat of a concern to me is the belt clips showing over a brown belt or light-colored pants. That could easily be remedied by ordering the velcro clips or J-hooks (or wearing black pants and a black belt!:rolleyes: ).
    I much prefer my crossbreed to any other IWB I've used. Mine also has the high ride clips and combat grip cut which make the gun more accessible for me. Congrats on a good holster, bro!
     
  9. Myrdhyn

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    Yes to the OP. I'll go one step further though: I've concealed the regular crossbreed under a tucked shirt with no problems.
     
  10. ev239

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    YES! It conceals very well tucked in. That's pretty much the only way I wear it since my work dictates a tucked in shirt. It just looks better too. Here's a review that I made awhile back on my SuperTuck. SuperTuck Review It includes a short video of me wearing tucked.
     
  11. blackcash88

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    No, not easily.
     
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