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Old 01-28-2012, 04:29 AM   #21
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After much thought and research I actually decided to keep my galco kingtuk holster. The reason is I received a great tip from another member on this forum which I will share with all of you. Member "Trex1310" sent me a fantastic tip that fixed my holster problem. This tip van work not only for galco holsters, but for any holster combined with any gun. It will definitely work, so if you want to break in your holster the quick and easy way try this:

Take 3 or 4 plastic bags.
Carefully wrap them around your gun.
Then, place your gun in the holster you want to break in. *be sure to put it in all the way.
Now just leave it like such for 2 to 3 days.

I just tried it and it works great so pleased with the tip. I give all credit to trex1310 though

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Old 01-28-2012, 04:41 AM   #22
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*correction: replace van with will*

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Old 01-28-2012, 02:50 PM   #23
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This is one of the reasons I love Kydex. No break in necessary and it fits the gun perfectly forever.

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Old 01-28-2012, 03:10 PM   #24
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I have 4 Crossbreed Super Tuck Holsters for my G19, Ruger p95, Beretta, and M+P, all in 9mm. This Co. is top shelf. I had ordered a Tri-Slide holster for one of my revolvers. The Co. contacted me that they no longer carried this particular holster. They not only refunded my credit card payment with a check but they also gave me a $50 gift certificate. I put this unexpected gift of generosity towards my 4th Super Tuck.

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Old 01-28-2012, 03:43 PM   #25
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How comfortable are the IWB holsters?

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The Super Tuck is a IWB and is very comfortable. I also have a Fobus IWB that is OK for a few hours especially if you're not sitting down much. After a while it tends to dig into my spare tire a bit. If you don't have this problem it may be more comfortable. For wearing all day, day after day, it's not so good, that's why I got the Super Tuck. As the name implies, I can also wear it with the shirt tucked into my pants and still the gun is concealed with no printing unless I really twist myself around and try to make it print.

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How about the combat cut on the Super Tuck? ANy ideas on whether its worth the extra dough?

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How about the combat cut on the Super Tuck? ANy ideas on whether its worth the extra dough?
The combat cut I believe just trims off the excess leather above the waste line I didn't get it on mine and have not had any issues and have has to pull mine out a couple times with no issues
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I just got the galco kingtuc for my G23 and its the same kind of holster but half the price with the combat cut. $60.

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Glock combat/sport holster for OWB, Kholster Fullmoon for IWB.

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