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Old 12-15-2010, 02:35 AM   #11
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A truly good holster after you break it in. Not a lot of effort to put on or take off considering how well it stays put when in place. They are open bottom but can't tell you what Glock will fit

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I like mine, but it's the only CC holster I have. I'm not a big guy and it does a good job concealing my M&P 40c, on my relatively small frame. (5'8" 170lbs)

I can wear dress slacks and a polo-type shirt tucked in.

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Anyone know anything or have personal experience with crossbreed holsters? I'm looking at getting the super tuck for 24/7 usage. i would like to know that its a good decision before I waste $70. Thanks in advance.
I know this is an old thread but.....I love mine, I carry with it daily all day. I have 3 so far and all are for different guns. Quality, comfort, confidence in the retention, conceal-ability at it's finest IMHO.
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how do they work for big guys? i have got some love handles lol.. and thought about carrying at the 4 oclock position.

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how do they work for big guys? i have got some love handles lol.. and thought about carrying at the 4 oclock position.

Works well for me there, I'm about 225-230 6' so the handles get in the way occasionally, I can carry easily at 3 O'clock, just not as comfortable sitting down, so it's 4 o'clock most of the time.
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I'm not a small guy myself and I ordered one to give it a try. It is a well made unit, the belt loops are well designed and with the upgraded leather it is not uncomfortable or grinding against the skin.

Having said that....

DID NOT LIKE would be putting it mildly.

I did find a fantastic use for it in my truck through. That IWB works just perfectly to hold your weapon in the perfect CANT in the behind the front seat map pocket.

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I personally find the supertuck to be the best holster available. I can carry a 4" Kimber all day long in comfort no matter what I'm doing. I've sat behind the wheel for 8 hours in comfort. I"ve split wood, mowed the lawn, walked the dog with my wife, sat in church....you name it. All while being able to quickly access my weapon and being comfortable the entire time.

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I recently bought one of these Theisholsters.com | Home | Custom IWB Holsters and love it. Same type of design as the supertuck but costs less...what's not to love?

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