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Old 01-25-2013, 04:11 PM   #21
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I have both for my PX4 storm subcompact and the old faithful is sitting in my drawer.
Well, I will give it a chance. Again I never had a hybrid holster before, so it may end up with the same fate.
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Well, I will give it a chance. Again I never had a hybrid holster before, so it may end up with the same fate.
If I'm going IWB I do not think I will use any holster but a hybrid anymore honestly...they are so comfortable. Even my spare mag carriers...
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If I'm going IWB I do not think I will use any holster but a hybrid anymore honestly...they are so comfortable. Even my spare mag carriers...
Well that's what I seem to hear a lot of. My thought was I may be overkill for such a small/lightweight pistol but for under $50 I think it's good to have and at the very least try.
And old faithful has a 30 day money back guarantee, I do not believe that you can beat that anywhere in the market.
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I have owned my Nano for about four months now. Shoots great and I have had no issues. I carry it all day every day and I use a Desantis Nemesis pocket holster. It is very comfortable. I have a desk job and found carrying other ways to be uncomfortable after sitting for a few hours.

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Well that's what I seem to hear a lot of. My thought was I may be overkill for such a small/lightweight pistol but for under $50 I think it's good to have and at the very least try.
And old faithful has a 30 day money back guarantee, I do not believe that you can beat that anywhere in the market.
Crossbreed has 2 week money back guarantee and lifetime warranty honestly I've dealt with their customer service and they are great... A+ rating, they went above and beyond to make everything right
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What put me off from the crossbreed was the fact that they use rivets to attaché the kydex to the leather. It's good bc they won't walk loose but as the leather softens and shapes to your body I am told that often the firearm gets a bit loose in the kydex. The old faithful uses hex head screws which you can tighten as needed and with a bit of blue loktite they won't move unless you want them to. Plus the old faithful kit cost me less than $50.

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I received the Old Faithful kit in about 6 days from when I ordered it. It was simple to build and from what I can tell made from quality components. The kydex is quite thicker than similar holsters I have seen and the leather is also very good quality. It came with everything needed to build it plus extras and took me about 30 minutes from start to finish. All I needed was a hammer.

So to review, a custom, American made high quality hybrid left handed tuckable holster, with a combat cut delivered for under $50. I don't think you can beat an Old Faithful Holster.

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Photo of my Nano and my old faithful iwb hybrid holster. I'm digging it. I have to get used to the tuck because the leather is new and can be a bit rough on me.



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Photo of my Nano and my old faithful iwb hybrid holster. I'm digging it. I have to get used to the tuck because the leather is new and can be a bit rough on me.
Looks nice, love my Nano... Wish I had more time to take it out to play, it spend alot of time on my hip.
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yeah pretty dumb of me to think...when you tuck the holster is still against your body...either way, I can wear it all day and not notice the weight of it. Maybe I can get a piece of felt to add to the back of the leather...

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