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Old 01-31-2010, 02:30 PM   #31
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Ah Crossbreed. Combining plastic and leather to get just that "oh so right" blend of cheesey.
It's cheesy to you Mr.

And when the bullet hits the bone, you won't have time to say, "oh so right" blend of cheesey!
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I love my Cross Breed SuperTuck Deluxe. I've worn it on several road trips of 7 hours or more and it is comfortable the whole drive. Simply the best holster I have ever owned.
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Well I've been using them for a couple of years now, good product! Good company! Craig is a good guy too!
The only things I don't like about mine is that my SOB always seem to scratch/scuff the finish on my SS 1911 and all that weight of the 1911 an me taking the holster on an off the belt in a hurry I guess it stressed an broke the single belt clip that it has to support/mount to the belt but other than that as long as I wear them at around 5 "O" clock or 5:30 they're really very comfy and I have even very frequently worn mine past the 10 hr mark and a few times I even wore them for up to 16 hrs. but for now I'm wearin my supertuck Deluxe for my Kahr P45. "Some times I even forget its there on me but not for very long though"

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I've got two of the Crossbreed holsters (both SuperTucks) and love 'em both. I plan on buying new Crossbreeds for each new gun purchase.
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just got my supertuck for my XD40sc in the mail today. WOW. I can hardly tell my weapon is even there. I have never known what "comfortable carry" meant until 30 minutes ago. The best part of all? It conceals so well I think i'll be able to carry the XD40sc in the summer and not freak out about printing like I was in summer 2009 . I also got a gun belt from them; it is a vast improvement over my old wilderness instructor's belt in both quality and aesthetics. i'm posting pics in the "show us your ccw setups" thread if anyone cares.
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Well I've been using them for a couple of years now, good product! Good company! Mark Craighead is a Real good guy too!
The only things I don't like about mine is that my SOB always seem to scratch/scuff the finish on my SS 1911 and all that weight of the 1911 an me taking the holster on an off the belt in a hurry I guess it stressed an broke the single belt clip that it has to support/mount to the belt but other than that as long as I wear them at around 5 "O" clock or 5:30 they're really very comfy and I have even very frequently worn mine past the 10 hr mark and a few times I even wore them for up to 16 hrs.
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tuck Deluxe for my Kahr P45. "Some times I even forget its there on me but . . I admit "not for very long though"

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Great IWB holster, Great company.
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i'm glad i come across this thread. i was just about to put in am order with crossbreed. i'm glad to see so many people happy with theirs. now i fill i'm making the right choice.
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