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Old 08-12-2012, 05:29 PM   #11
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Does that mean concealed carry?

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Old 08-12-2012, 05:33 PM   #12
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Yes. The king tuk is very good. There are a number of companies that have basically the same setup. I will tell u that I have about 10 different holsters that I tried before I found mine.

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I was looking for an IWB carry option after I found my crossbreed snapslide let my p229 print too much in summer cloths. I love my snapslide and thought seriously about getting a supertuck but with the cost and the wait time for one I decided to go with a remora clip-less holster. Cost me $35 and I had it in less than a week. Im totally happy with it. Stays in place well even wearing gym shorts with the string pulled tight. I went with the non reenforced top option so if you do draw the holster closes and you will have to use 2 hands to reholster (no big deal for me), but they (remora) said it was more comfortable to wear. It conceals so well my wife can't tell I'm carrying unless she touches it. I can drive with it on no problem and it is comfortable siting around on the couch. I'm about the same build as you (6'1" 220lbs) and it works great for me.

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I really love the sound of that Nch because I wear a lot of gym shorts man. Thanks

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Does that mean concealed carry?
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I have a Glock 23 -Gen 3. I use a Galco KingTuc holster, it's kinda like a Cross Breed holster. Works great. Only cost me $60.

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Crossbreed Supertuck. Hands down the best.

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