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Old 02-18-2013, 02:31 PM   #11
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You can tension the old faithfull to how you like it and with any screw together holster use some loc-tite.
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:59 PM   #12
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I've used a CrossBreed SuperTuck for years for my XD-40. It has a "try it for two weeks" unconditional return policy, and a lifetime warranty beyond that. They also offer LEO/military/NRA discount.

I haven't used the others mentioned, so no comment.
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:24 AM   #13
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I have a crossbreed for my xd9 subcompact. It's very comfortable even sitting for long periods- almost forget its there.
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:56 AM   #14
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any wide leather backed iwb should be comfortable!! The breed I had was onlt ok. NO better than so many others today.

Also most have a some sort of satisfaction guarantee. I was not pleased with mine. Seems why crossbreed allways has a larger "used " quanity for sale cheaper.
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It seems any product has a number of users that swear by it, and others that swear at it. I've been happy with the Galco so far, but I'm always looking at options. Think I'll be taking a good look at the Theis holster before I buy. Thanks for the tip!
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It seems any product has a number of users that swear by it, and others that swear at it. I've been happy with the Galco so far, but I'm always looking at options. Think I'll be taking a good look at the Theis holster before I buy. Thanks for the tip!
I'm not saying anything against the other brands because I know they're a bigger company and have probably sold more holsters, but I could not find a negative review about the theis holster. Literally every single review (that I read) was regarding the customer service and quality. That was my reason for going with the theis.
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It seems any product has a number of users that swear by it, and others that swear at it. I've been happy with the Galco so far, but I'm always looking at options. Think I'll be taking a good look at the Theis holster before I buy. Thanks for the tip!
I think you've got the paradigm figured out....Good luck with the Theis product.

Maybe you can avoid the proverbial "holster drawer" full of products that just didn't fill the bill.
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I've used a CrossBreed SuperTuck for years for my XD-40. It has a "try it for two weeks" unconditional return policy, and a lifetime warranty beyond that. They also offer LEO/military/NRA discount.

I haven't used the others mentioned, so no comment.
I love my CrossBreed! I carry a full size all day without any issues.
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I just picked up a Kingtuk for my full sized M&P 40. I wore it around the house I really like it. I also wore it it my work van itll take a bit to get used to and get it broken in a bit....if anything it may correct my posture. Plus I can snuggly fit my Glock 34 in it with really good retention. Not that I would carry it but it gives me options. My .02 worth
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I like my crossbreed

Old faithful boned me on their black friday deals, won't go back there again.
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