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Old 08-05-2012, 04:15 AM   #11
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For my 1911 I use an IWB by White Hat Holster. You can set your own clock & cant.
I use the same. Plus, the kydex shell interchangeability that the crossbreed does not have AND its less expensive than the crossbreed.
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Old 08-05-2012, 05:23 PM   #12
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I use a shoulder rig to carry my XD.

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Old 08-05-2012, 06:31 PM   #13
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Just ordered my self the crossbreed supertuck deluxe IWB combat cut. Pricey but it has good reviews. Buy once cry once i guess.
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Old 08-06-2012, 09:48 AM   #14
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Just ordered my self the crossbreed supertuck deluxe IWB combat cut. Pricey but it has good reviews. Buy once cry once i guess.
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You sure you want the combat cut?

You can get the regular and then trim it if you think it's needed.

You can't go the other way..

Most people regret getting the combat cut then end up buying a normal cut or even worse ,some junk holster.
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Will vart with my style of dress and which gun I am carrying. More info needed to answer properly.

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Summer time I like my Max Tuck IWB by White Hat Holsters....it's very similar to the crossbreed. In the winter I'll wear my Blackhawk shoulder holster.

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You sure you want the combat cut?

You can get the regular and then trim it if you think it's needed.

You can't go the other way..

Most people regret getting the combat cut then end up buying a normal cut or even worse ,some junk holster.
I, too, would suggest thinking twice about the combat cut, for the reasons mudpupp enumerated above.

Less backing provided by the combat cut makes adapting to the holster much more difficult for some. Once you're used to it, you can make the alteration yourself, or send it back to CrossBreed and they'll do it for you.

With their delivery schedule at the present time, you have plenty of time to contact them and order the normal backing.
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I think i'm sure. But thank you for reminding though. Appreciate it

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...it's not a holster.

Best concealment method is a belly band, slung low on the hip it positions your gun wherever you want it, is "as secure" as any IWB, alleviates the problem onf your holster and gun hitting the floor in a public RR stall, and costs only $15 to $20 dollars.

It took me my first 12 years of daily CCW and a sack full of holsters to figure this out. Thanks to me...you can now put all the money toward practice ammo!

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I have used a Milt Sparks VM-II for years with different weapons. Sig P-226, Colt 1991A1, Springfield XD-45



Here is my Sig with my VM-II

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