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White Hat holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by lablover, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. lablover

    lablover New Member

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    Does anyone have an IWB MAXTUCK and what do you think??

    THANKS
     
  2. PabloJ

    PabloJ Senior Member

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    Looking objectively there are two points:
    probably new company (the 'about us' section of their website does not say anything about "...... in business since......") and high prices.
     
  3. CPO15

    CPO15 Member

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    Just got my max tuck on Monday; it is great. Cheaper and faster than CB, greater adjustment options and, though I won't order them, the Kydex shells can be swapped to carry a different gun on the same leather frame. Their CS gets pretty high marks as well.

    Also, they're not all that new; I got a slide OWB holster from them about a year ago.
     
  4. LuckyNemo

    LuckyNemo New Member

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    Great holster.....I have two with a few different shells.

    Highly recommend
     
  5. jacob2745

    jacob2745 Member

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    I have the max tuck and three kydex shells. Great holster.
     
  6. lablover

    lablover New Member

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    Thanks, guys.
    Mine was ordered last Friday and it's a 3 to 4 week wait time. So first of May.
     
  7. todd_g

    todd_g New Member

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    I have a couple of them to that I bought a year or so ago, the reason I have a couple is because I ordered one and an additional shell for another pistol, I could not get one of the removable screws off to change the shell, I sent an email to complain and they sent me another leather backing with screws no questions and no arguments, just good business. My only complaint is the metal clips have cut the belt loops off of a couple pairs of jeans, that was a two minute fix.
     
  8. wtr100

    wtr100 Member

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    how did you fix that exactly
     
  9. mousegun380

    mousegun380 Member

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    I ordered one of the OWB holsters and was not satisfied. The leather backing was so thin that the heavy Sig P250 it was designed for would have stretched and deflected the belt slots and allowed the gun to fall away from my body. I asked for a refund or a holster with a thicker backing. They sent me a new one with double thickness and sewn together. I have been using this one and it has held up just OK. Still not completely satisfied. I ordered a Galco concealable and am currently waiting on it.

    +1 on customer service, just not a big fan of the holsters.

    I own 4 CB holsters and am very happy with all of them. Just wanted to try something new.
     
  10. yittidee

    yittidee New Member

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    I purchased one about a year ago and i must admit it is fantastic. it was for a 1911. it concealed great and i thought the product was well worth it. I'll be using them again for a sig once i make my mind up on which one to get. also their costomer service is fantastic.
     
  11. zeke4351

    zeke4351 New Member

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    I use a Remora for all my IWB carry. These things work great and are much cheaper.
     

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