Crossbreed Supertuck Full Size Glock

Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by razorback2003, Jul 11, 2016.

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  1. razorback2003

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    Does anyone have a crossbreed supertuck for the Glock 17/22/31? How well does it hide the full sized Glock with khaki pants and a button up shirt tucked in?
     
  2. Bobson

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    Depends on your body type (thin, athletic, muffin top, etc), and how your clothes fit.

    I assume you're asking because you want to know if it'll work for you before you buy one. Have you tried any other IWB holster in the same position (4 o'clock, for instance) with that same gun?

    Best answer we can really give you is that it might hide it really well - it's certainly capable - or it might not. Depends on a few things.
     
  3. JTQ

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    Those hybrid style holsters should be in the upper echelon of concealment holsters. As Bobson said, you'll just have to try it on your own to see if it works for you.

    We have a forum member TAKtical (who hasn't posted for a while) who makes a hybrid holster similar to the SuperTuck. He carries a G17 in his holster.

    http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=764164&page=2
     
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    I carry a Sig SP2022 in a similar holster and carried an FNP9 in a supertuck. Assuming you don't wear tight shirts you will be perfectly fine. I work in insurance so button ups and slacks are the norm and I don't have to dress around the gun.
    I will say find the right angle of the dangle for your pistol and life becomes much more comfortable. For me the 2 o'clock belt clip goes all the way up and the 5 o'clock goes all the way down. If I do not do this the barrel jabs into my leg and the butt of the gun rubs my hip painfully.
     
  5. razorback2003

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    I have tried a friend's Supertuck with his full sized 5 inch 1911 and was surprised at how comfortable it was and the gun actually did hide well. That is why I figured if a 5 inch 1911 could hide well with that holster then a full sized Glock should work.
     
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    It won't be exactly the same. The hardest part to conceal is the grip. The 1911 grip is a little easier to conceal than the double stack G17 grip.
     
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