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Old 04-08-2011, 02:54 AM   #101
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Old 04-09-2011, 02:31 AM   #102
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Old 04-09-2011, 03:23 AM   #103
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These work well for me.

Bianchi Carry-Lock and Fobus Paddle

I use the Bianchi as my everyday carry

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Old 04-09-2011, 03:24 AM   #104
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Sorry, didn't realize the pic's were that big ! I gotta work on that...

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4tun8, I borrowed a holster like that for my Combat Commander and I really like it. Unfortunately, since I'm on the 'fluffy' (read FAT) side, it is just not going to conceal things and I learned a long time ago that a concealed weapon is a big advantage. I still like and use my UBG IWB STRYKER but I am rather impressed with the Crossbreed images I have seen here and might have to have one of them

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How does the Crossbreed compare to the Minotaur MTAC (from comp-tac.com)? They look to be very similar to me and share the concept of hybridization between leather and kydex. I ask b/c a friend strongly recommended the MTAC, but I've not seen it anywhere on here yet.
I got both and I like the MTAC better. It is worth the extra money. I don't like the belt clips on the Crossbreed as they have a tendency to bend and will not hold the holster in place. The MTAC is more stiffer then the Crossbreed it made with a two pieces of leather instead of one. The Kydex is ticker on the MTAC then the Crossbreed. Downside on the MTAC is the it is heaver in weight. The Crossbreed forms to your body quicker then the MTAC. One more thing MTAC sent me some candy with a hand written note thanking me for the purchasing. Nice touch.
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Old 04-20-2011, 06:34 PM   #107
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Here is my setup. Kimber Ultra carry II .45 with a Nick Matthews IWB holster.

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Depending on my attire and temperature, I will carry either my M&P or my 442.

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I've found it very difficult to conceal a gun anywhere on my body especially when wearing a skirt/dress, the garter pic is a joke (actual tattoo, that isn't a joke) although I've found that the thigh holster works well with a skirt as long as it isn't too short or tight. I also use an ankle holster when I'm wearing jeans. I tried a shoulder holster and found that it was a bit awkward trying to reach past my chest to get to my gun....

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Very interesting setup Ram Rod with the 2 pistols, one carried R hand side draw the other cross draw. I believe I'm going to try that configuration and see how I like. I am big believer in a ankle rig for a backup. Figure if I'm in situation, on the ground, I'm going to need access to gun and that'll be a place to get to it quick. A Bobcat 21A with CCI Stingers is perfect for me using ankle rig with that extra support. I like a .45acp 1911, M9 for my primary CCW. I don't have a favorite spot for those. No matter what, I'm sensitive to wearing anything with weight so nothing is ever what I call comfortable, comfortable is not needing to wear a gun. Guess what I'm trying to say, spend the money and get what works best. It's too bad there's not hardly a way to try holsters out first.

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