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Supertuck v King Tut v Foxx For Glock?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by burk, Apr 9, 2014.

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  1. burk

    burk Member

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    I'm looking for an IWB holster for my recently acquired G30SF. I had my heart set on the Supertuck (Crossbreed) but have heard a lot of good about Fox lately. I also may be able to get the Galco King Tuck at a discount. I'd love to know your experiences with each especially in hot weather, during the Polar Vortex in MI you could probably hide S & W 500 8" with all the damn clothes we wear. But summer is tougher. If you're carrying a 19 or 23 they're close enough in size where your opinion would mean something too. I use to use the Milt Sparks VM II when I carried 1911's (it's excellent) but I don't want to spend the bread. And while I'm sold on leather to reduce holster wear in 1911's, I'm not sure I see the need with tupperware.
     
  2. thefish

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    Foxx

    I have nothing but great things to say about the foxx iwb hybrid. Use it with a shield. Well made. 1day ship time. Money back guarantee, and 40 bucks shipped.

    If you get one, make sure to upgrade to the kyxex clips though.
     
  3. JERRY

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    I have the Galco King Tuk, its relatively cheap and available now. it serves me so well that I haven't tried anything else.
     
  4. UpperAtmosphere

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    I bought a Foxx for my Shield, and then bought another one for a Sig P250. Good stuff.
     
  5. LUCKYDAWG13

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    i have a crossbreed white hat and a foxx the crossbreed is a better holster
    but not worth the extra $$$$ get the foxx
     
  6. 303load

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    No complaints on my king tuck. Love it. If you buy one get a picture if it first. Some don't have the stitched border. They go cheaper some times. Get the stitched border for sure. More durable. Best wishes.
     
  7. burk

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    Well, I pulled the trigger on the Alien gear today, couldn't resist the price, 4-6 weeks weight though
     
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