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Old 03-01-2013, 06:07 PM   #21
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Great info. Any more firsthand experience with the Old Faithful? I have one in the mail right meow.

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I have ordered an old faithful for my Glock. Takes them a while to get it to you.

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I have ordered an old faithful for my Glock. Takes them a while to get it to you.
Hope it's worth the wait.
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I have heard White Hat and Foxx are good holsters.

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Old 03-02-2013, 02:10 AM   #25
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Do all of you wear your shirt tucked in with all of these holsters? I had a Crossbreed but found the Remora to be much more comfortable and it doesn't hang off my belt pulling my pants down. I have been wearing a jacket but I want a holster I can use with my shirt tucked in. To me, if you are going to wear a big shirt with the tail out why worry about the holster your using.

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Do all of you wear your shirt tucked in with all of these holsters? I had a Crossbreed but found the Remora to be much more comfortable and it doesn't hang off my belt pulling my pants down. I have been wearing a jacket but I want a holster I can use with my shirt tucked in. To me, if you are going to wear a big shirt with the tail out why worry about the holster your using.
I can't speak from experience but you have the option to with a theis holster. It's real easy to do too. I don't have my cpl quite yet. Have my class tomorrow morning
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I have a crossbreed for my Kimber Pro Carry II and I love it. I just recently ordered another holster for my SP101 from a local Utah company called Stealth Gear USA. They make a holster very similar to crossbreeds and I've heard many good things about them.

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jbj The old faithfulls we ordered for family were here in only 20 days. They did say on there order was confermed that it would be 3 weeks. Guess it just depends on how busy they are. 3 weeks was a cover there butt time frame. Know that if you want to modify I used old 223 brass as a leather punch. Might take a couple per hole but works nicely. My daughter wantd hers belt hooks narrowed up. No big deal. takes about 10 minutes.

I tried a breed a after they came out. Seemed so nothing special. I ended up with a comp-tac and found it to easy to for get its on. Just a step up in quality but you also pay for that quality.

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Old 03-02-2013, 12:01 PM   #29
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Do all of you wear your shirt tucked in with all of these holsters? I had a Crossbreed but found the Remora to be much more comfortable and it doesn't hang off my belt pulling my pants down. I have been wearing a jacket but I want a holster I can use with my shirt tucked in. To me, if you are going to wear a big shirt with the tail out why worry about the holster your using.
Yep, I use my SuperTuck Deluxe tucked probably 95% of the time. I blouse my shirt slightly to disguise the bulge and don't give it another thought.

You mentioned problems with your pants being pulled down....are you using a real gun belt, or just a belt? A true, dedicated gun belt makes all the difference in the world. You're shortchanging yourself if you're holstering on a limp, thin regular belt.
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I have a crossbreed for my 4" 1911. Very comfy at the 4 o'clock. Now I just need about 6 more for other guns.

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