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Is the Super Tuck Deluxe any good?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by FIVETWOSEVEN, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. FIVETWOSEVEN

    FIVETWOSEVEN Senior Member

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  2. Superpsy

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    Yup, I have one for my carry weapon. It really does an awesome job. Have you done a search for this? There are several threads about it I think.

    My two cents?
    1. I love the tuckable feature
    2. The large footprint of this holster helps with concealment and comfort. I can carry a Glock 17 in this bad boy!
    3. Quality is great and customer service is excellent.
     
  3. FIVETWOSEVEN

    FIVETWOSEVEN Senior Member

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    Alright, looks as though I'll get it. thanks.
     
  4. possum

    possum Senior Member

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    great holster, that is what i carry my xd service model in, very comfortable, and easy to conceal, easy off and on too, and that is a big plus for me.
     
  5. Vern Humphrey

    Vern Humphrey Senior Member

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    A tuckble is the most convenient holster going -- it's the easiest to conceal, and with Kydex loops, it's as easy to put on and take off as a paddle holster.
    Another thing not well understood -- a wide holster is a good thing. As you say, the width spreads the footprint and makes the gun melt into your frame.
     
  6. EVIL

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    It is great - i've carried a GLOCK 27 daily in one for over a year now ... best of all worlds and I make custom leather holsters (OWB for range/outdoorsman) ... Balances speed, retention, safety, ease of putting on, and comfort with very few comprimises. It is the GLOCK of holsters - perfectly utilitarian & reliable in every way, yet ugly.

    Oh, if you are an NRA member you get a 10% discount!
     
  7. ClickClickD'oh

    ClickClickD'oh Senior Member

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    Do your self a favor and get a holster that allows you to actually get a combat grip on your weapon while it is still in the holster.
     
  8. ForumSurfer

    ForumSurfer Senior Member

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    Great holster! Tried a friend's and fell in love with the holster. I was split between buying the crossbreed or comp-tac (kydex bodies are replaceable in case you sell your gun and want to keep using your holster, $30 replacement body instead of $65+ for a new holster).

    Someone pointed me to a low cost alternative. It's worked beautifully so far.

    http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=545040
     
  9. perris

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    I really like mine. I have one for my M&P's and one for my Glocks. Can wear it all day and can carry full-size and compact with the same holster. I actually find it is more comfortable to carry my full-size M&Ps than my compact M&P's for some strange reason.
     
  10. mljdeckard

    mljdeckard Senior Member

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    I use mine year-round with my 1911. There's nothing wrong with the grip it gives you.
     
  11. mactex

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    The Supertuck does come with a Combat Cut option.
     

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