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Old 04-04-2010, 09:05 PM   #61
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I love them. I have 4. I have them for Glock, M&P, XD and 1911.

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O.K. I've worn my ST the last 3 days for 12 hours a day. Today I tried my Uncle Mike's OWB holster. (pants were too tight).. What a mistake. Moves around too much, constantly adjusting and such..

I'm willing to spend 40 bucks a pair for Carhart pants especially for the ST holster. It's not a "holster".. More like a sleeve I'd say..

GoJu reassured me it was the best. Tried it.. He's right.

This company has my business for life !

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Craig, the owner, is good as gold. Great customer service. Great holster.

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O.K. I've worn my ST the last 3 days for 12 hours a day. Today I tried my Uncle Mike's OWB holster. (pants were too tight).. What a mistake. Moves around too much, constantly adjusting and such..

I'm willing to spend 40 bucks a pair for Carhart pants especially for the ST holster. It's not a "holster".. More like a sleeve I'd say..

GoJu reassured me it was the best. Tried it.. He's right.

This company has my business for life !

Thanks GoJu !

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Thanks to all the members who have recomended the crossbreed super tuck.

I have had mine for about a week now and I couldn't be more pleased. I am
5'8" 180 and I carry a full size xdm. Those who know the gun know that it has a long grip, and while it is a relatively light pistol, that changes when loaded with 20 rounds. This crossbreed holster makes carrying this pistol extremly easy. I do need to use a forward cant to manage the long grip, and I spend a fair amount of time driving so I like to have the gun sit a little high so I'm not riding on my slide. I like that the leather comes up the full length of the slide and prevents the gun from digging in to me while I sit. Additionally, It prevents my "love handles" from pushing the grip saftey.

I tuck it too! wearing my standard golf attire (slacks and a tucked in polo), if you're not my wife, you won't know I have a full sized pistol on my hip. even she didn't know until I told her.

Thanks again to the forum members for their honest recomendations of a fantastic product.

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Got it love it would not be with out it, thanks to canebrakes comments on another thread. Fits my EMP 40 like a glove, my fat roll does not get pinched by it and my sweat rolls off the cowhide. Gets more comfortable everyday! I just wish ammo would get cheaper, but i also wish that other parts of my body would grow too and that's not gonna happen.

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Thank you all for the input.. I too have ordered a ST for my 1911 Kimber I can't wait to get it and try it out. I love my Galco but this looks to be a whole lot better for concealment

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M&P .40c at 4 o'clock on a 5'8" 170lb frame. In slacks, a polo(dry fit), and undershirt. It conceals well.



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anybody out there have a crossbreed qwikclip? I'm debating getting one for my S&W model 60 and I would love to hear some feedback. How well does the single clasp hold the weapon in place compared to the dual clasps of the supertuck?
I've got a quikclip for my glock 19. In retrospect, I would have preferred a superclip if given the choice again. It holds fairly well. It just doesn't have the same security in the yaw. It rotates a bit clockwise/counterclockwise. The belt keeps it under control, but...

I'd rather have a superclip.
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Thank You Thank You Thank You... OMFG this thing is so comfortable and concealed... Now I need to order a few more..

Has anyone tried one for an LCR yet ??

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