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Crossbreed Supertucks...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by aliasneo07, Apr 7, 2010.

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  1. Matty K

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    Just got in . . .

    a cowhide supertuck for a Glock 26 w/combat cut. Shipping estimate was 3-4 weeks, it arrived at four weeks to the day. Sounds like they are just a bit behind at the moment, nothing to worry about.

    An outstanding product.
     
  2. Madcap_Magician

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    My first one for an H&K P7 took 2 weeks. My second for an S&W M&P 9c took 3.
     
  3. lukepriebe

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    Mine took 3-4 weeks but I had to order for a lefty.
     
  4. wrs840

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    The one I just got a couple of weeks ago was in horsehide and it took just over four weeks.

    Les
     
  5. todd128

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    mine took 4 week and i like it
     
  6. Joshua M.

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    I have ordered 3 of them, and the first 1 was 4 weeks to the day, my second should be here tomorrow, and my last should be here next Monday...Absolutly the MOST comfortable holster I have ever wore. And I am carrying a Ultra CDPII...so not that small of a pistol. As much as I hate waiting...it is worth the wait:D
     
  7. LiquidTension

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    Mine took about two weeks. I really, really despise it. It is simply too big to be comfortable. I'm going to have to punch new holes and move the clips in, then trim the leather before I'll even consider using it again.

    I took a chance on a cheaper, quicker holster and I paid the price. I'll be ordering either a VMII, a COM3, or maybe a Comp-Tac in the near future.
     
  8. smhbbag1

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    ^How many times have you worn it?

    My experience:

    1st day: Good grief, what a miserably uncomfortable holster.
    2nd day: I don't know if I can finish the day with this thing on.
    3rd day: Is it getting better or am I just used to suffering?
    4th day: Hmmmm, this isn't bad at all.
    5th day: Starting to like it.
    6th day: I don't feel it - is it still on? *Checks hip*....Wow, it's still there. This thing is great.

    The leather is STIFF when it arrives. I know some holsters might not work for everyone, but for the money spent, give it a week of good, full-time wear.
     
  9. Gouranga

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    Ding ding!! Absolutely agree. compared to what I had, mine was still much better day 1. I wore it every waking moment, took it driving, etc for 2 weeks straight, and by the end of that period, I barely know it is there. Considering I carry a M&P 40 FS, that is no minor feat.
     
  10. speaksoftly

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    Just to throw a wrench into things, I considered the Crossbreed line pretty hard before deciding to go with my Comp-Tac Minotaur. It's pretty much the exact same holster with one major difference. Instead of buying an entire holster per gun, you can buy the different kydex bodies for different guns. They give you a "special tool" (just an allen wrench) to chenge them out with and it saves you some $$$.
     
  11. bigfatdave

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    That was tempting, but for me, the more I thought about it the less I could see myself rebuilding my holster every time I swapped carry guns. Plus I would need to change cant and the leather backer might mold to one gun more than the other ... ... I don't know, I'll try one with two shells for free, do they make a shell for the CZ52?

    Of course, now I own two SuperTucks, so perhaps the joke is on me?
    (no, it is not, I like having two carry rigs ready to go)
     
  12. Joshua M.

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    LiquidTension...Just send it back if you aren't happy with it, they will refund your money...I just got another one today for an Ultra Aegis Kimber. I cannot see how anybody can dislike these, unless they don't fit larger folks. I am 5'10 and 165 lbs, and this fits me perfect, I wear it all day everyday, and am very curious to see how the new one will work with my P238 Sig.:D
     
  13. bigfatdave

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    Oh, they do fit the fatties just fine. Unless you are to the point where there isn't a waist any more, I suppose.

    I've never asked straight-up ... any folks who disliked the CB design, did you send it back and get your refund?

    aliasneo07, you ever get your blaster-packer?
    How long was the wait in the end? I'm still pondering horsehide, I'll probably splurge on it if I get another pistol.
     
  14. todd128

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    has anybody considered kholsters thay are just as good and are about half the price with free shipping right now on the 24th and 25th you can get one for 40.00
     
  15. mjkten

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    I got mine yesterday, horsehide, for XD9 subcompact. Never wore a IWB holster before. It took a little manuvering to put on, but seemed pretty comfortable. Leather is a bit stiff, but I remember buying blue jeans that way too. I was able to walk around, sit down and watch tv with it on pretty comfortably. It took about 3 weeks to deliver, and I got the wild cherry lifesavers, too!
     
  16. LiquidTension

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    I wore mine for about a month straight before I put it up. I'm 6' 200lbs, not exactly fat. Unfortunately I have to hang on to it until I get another one, as I don't have another holster for the G27 and sometimes the 642 just isn't enough.
     
  17. possum

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    this is a neat feature, however me personally i carry only one handgun that is a SA XD service model.
     
  18. Curtai

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    I love my Crossbreed

    I got a crossbreed super tuck a couple months ago, took almost a month but I can see that because I got it for my .40SW Taurus 24/7 OSS, its not a highly common model like your blocks and sigs and stuff... but its the most comfortable holster I have ever worn, and I had tried several holsters just not IWB most were OWB or a very uncomfortable shoulder holster... another cool thing is that I have my OSS and I have a 24/7 DS in 9mm and they both fit in it...
     
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