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Old 01-19-2010, 05:19 AM   #21
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CrossBreed gives you a couple of weeks to decide whether you like the holster or not, and, if not, you get your money back.

If you're an NRA member (and I would hope that you are...), provide your membership number when you order and you'll get a 10% discount.

They are a straight-up company and provide great customer support - and NO, I am not affiliated in any way with them!
NRA? What's that?
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Old 01-30-2010, 08:28 PM   #22
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Ordered mine last week A super tuck deluxe in cowhide. Let ya no more when I get it.
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I've got a MiniTuck (for my Kahr PM9) and I love the comfort. It never loses its shape after drawing and is completely comfortable.

I also have a QwikClip for my larger Glock 19 and it works great. If I had it to do over again, I still would have gotten a SuperTuck instead of this one, but it is easier to put on and take off than my MiniTuck, which is the reason they were made.

I also have a single-stack magazine holster that I use when I am pocket-carrying. It is large, but REALLY comfortable and is great for concealing that magazine when I'm dressed in slacks and a tucked-in dress shirt. The MiniTuck wouldn't work well in that outfit so I pocket carry and wear an extra mag concealed.

So 3 Crossbreeds for me!
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Ah Crossbreed. Combining plastic and leather to get just that "oh so right" blend of cheesey.
Cheesy, huh? Have a little too much to drink? I guess you "mexican carry"? What an ass...
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Ah Crossbreed. Combining plastic and leather to get just that "oh so right" blend of cheesey.
Have you even TRIED a Crossbreed?
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We have some HUGE Crossbreed fans here apparently, myself included. I emailed the company and let them know about the forum and how much positive response & support they were getting but I haven't heard back from them.

If he thinks Crossbreeds are cheesey, he's never come close to trying one.
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Yeah, the Crossbreed is not real pretty, like a nice, polished Galco or something. But anyone who carries IWB (thereby making looks irrelevant) and tries one never goes back. Takes some getting used to, but THE BEST, IMO.
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I wear mine everyday. I'm comfortable no matter what I'm doing.
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Man, I'm gonna have to try one of these...

And I thought I was satisfied with my Uncle Mikes!
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Man, I'm gonna have to try one of these...

And I thought I was satisfied with my Uncle Mikes!
Your sarcasm was not missed...
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