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Old 01-15-2010, 02:46 AM   #1
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I am new to concealed carry and a friend suggested I try the Crossbreed Super Tuck IWB. (Crossbreed Holsters > Home). I got the horse hide version to carry my G19. I am nothing but pleased with it, and if gets more comfortable every time I wear it. I am 6'1" and 195 lbs. I wear it just forward of my right hip but not quite over the appendix. It is comfortable sitting as well.

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Old 01-15-2010, 03:01 AM   #2
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Great choice. I got mine in cow a few months back for my full size 1911. The best holster Ive used so far. FWIW---Gate

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Gate, agreed. The horse is stiffer than the cow, but as I wear it, it conforms to a comfortable shape and retains the shape. My friend suggested adding mole skin to the inside for added comfort, but I feel this is unnecessary.

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I've heard great reviews about their product and I'm too lazy to go make my own. We are virtually the same size and I think it will work well for me too.

+1 for the moleskin.

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I've got one and I absolutely love it! I got mine in horse as the horse is more resistant to sweat. It doesn't take long to form to your body, maybe a week of wear but it's comfortable from the get go. I can hide my Kimber Pro Carry in shorts and a t shirt.

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I love mine...

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You "done good" my friend. I have been wearing one for my XD-40 for over a year now, and I have another for my HK Compact -40. The horsehide is preferred in high humidity locales, but you can't go wrong with either.

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To add another thought....the SuperTuck Deluxe is adjustable in height and cant, so, it may take some trial and error on your part to find the "sweet spot" for your particular body frame, but I'm able to carry sitting, standing, driving, etc., and I barely know I have it on.

BTW, a quality gun belt is essential.

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To add another thought....the SuperTuck Deluxe is adjustable in height and cant, so, it may take some trial and error on your part to find the "sweet spot" for your particular body frame, but I'm able to carry sitting, standing, driving, etc., and I barely know I have it on.

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Made a couple adjustments before I found the "sweet spot" Took about 30min of trial and error.
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I took their advice and now I don't know how I made it so long without a quality gun belt!----Gate
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I love my super tuck!

It's the only holster I have found that allows me to carry my government here in South Florida.

A GREAT, UGLY holster designed in the K.I.S.S. school of holster building.

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