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Old 03-04-2012, 01:09 AM   #11
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The "upside-down-shake" test is not relevant for an IWB holster in my opinion, since retention is considerably enhanced once the holster is worn around the waist, hopefully with a good gun belt tightened appropriately.
Never had to pinch a bama while packin'?

Drop your $1K piece on the restroom floor when you drop trou just once and tell me how relevant retention is!
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Old 03-04-2012, 04:31 AM   #12
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It took me about a month to get my holster from crossbreed and I live in the next town over from where they make them.

I love it. The retention is great and can be sent back to the to be adjusted as needed or they send instructions for you to do it yourself but it's seems like a process I didn't want to do. But I would wait until it wears in before you decide if the retention needs to be adjusted. Mine loosened uped to where it was perfect for my Glock 23.

Crossbreed also has a lifetime warranty and the owner of the company is a great guy.
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I have a Crossbreed Supertuck that I carry my Kimber Ultra Carry in and I absolutely LOVE it! It is extremely comfortable and has many adjustments to help you get it to set exactly where you want it. I paid $68 bucks for mine in a LGS. You won't be disappointed though!
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Never had to pinch a bama while packin'?

Drop your $1K piece on the restroom floor when you drop trou just once and tell me how relevant retention is!
Now that's gonna stir up some comments, for sure....

Ha! Without getting into too much detail, all I'll say is that it's all about technique!
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I had a cross breed super tuck . To stiff for me. Give to a buddy and bought a comp-tac. he also bought a comp-tac. More flexable and offers the ablity to change holsters for a different brand pistol, also has tension adjustment with more design options.
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I've never had a crossbreed, but from what I hear they're nice. However, everything I read when I was looking for an IWB pointed towards a Comp-Tac and I love it. Since you have a supertuck on order I would try comp-tac or tommy theis next, that way you can compare the two and not wear out one particular holster if you carry a lot. I'm sure they're all fine once they get broken in.
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Hey cane, you know you can play with the retension on the crossbreed right? If you aren't comfortable doing it yourself you can send it back to them and they will do it for you. You can also just send it back if you aren't happy with it.
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I got my holster today and I love it I just got to very it adjusted. I also ordered a belt from then also. Thanks everyone.
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I got my holster today and I love it I just got to very it adjusted. I also ordered a belt from then also. Thanks everyone.
You'll love it trust me
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