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Narrowed down to only 2 tuckable holsters

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by aguyindallas, Feb 7, 2006.

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  1. aguyindallas

    aguyindallas Member

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    Ok, I am seeking first hand experience from people that have actually used/owned one of the two (or both) carry holsters. I will be using this to carry a G26 under a tucked business shirt with no jacket.

    I appreciate those of you that have other suggestions, but I am only considering these:

    Comp-Tac CTAC http://www.comp-tac.com/

    and

    Crossbreed SuperTuck http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/beltslide.html

    The Comp-Tac is going to run about $30.00 more than the Crossbreed, but all things considered, price for either is not really a concern. I just want a good holster.
     
  2. mzmtg

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    I have the CTAC with V-clips. I have not worn it tucked, but otherwise, I have zero complaints. I would recommend it to anyone.
     
  3. aguyindallas

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    After wearing my friends (Techbrute) CTAC all day, I went ahead and ordered one.

    Dilemna solved.

    I could have held out for some more opinions, but nothing can take the place of being able to to have hands on experience with one.

    By the way, my ordering experience with the lady at Comp-Tac was quite impressive. She knew what she was talking about and helped me make my decisions.
     
  4. Adam_MA

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    C-TAC all the way. I have 3 of them for 3 different guns. I HIGHLY recommend them to everyone, and will continue to purchase their products for all future carry guns. And of course you can't beat a money back guarantee! Who else offers that?

    Adam
     
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