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Old 03-02-2013, 01:46 AM   #41
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Nice! After 6 long weeks I got the shipping confirmation on my crossbreed today too!
Sweet! I'll be posting pics as soon as I get mine!! Feel free to post up some pics! I'd love to see it!!
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Galco Kingtuck is the most comfortable rig I have found for my 1911's. Wear it all day everyday with no problems. One of the best values for the money as well.
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Got my supertuck in the mail yesterday. I'm pretty impressed. It performs as advertised. Good retention, pretty comfortable pre break-in, sturdy materials. I was pretty surprised at the level of concealment for a full sized 1911. It all but disappears. Over all I'm very happy with it. Will update when I get more time with it.
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I'm a little leery of that material, looks ridged and stiff??? I don't have a lot of actual $$ tied up in my CDP, I obtained it in a swap but it's in great shape and I'm scared a stiff possibly abrasive material will cause excessive wear.
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This is what I ordered, should be available on 03.27.2013

http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPG3.asp?ProductID=4057&GunID=175

I like this IWB, may order once it's available online.
http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPG3.asp?ProductID=4448&GunID=175
Leather trumps Kydex. You should get little wear with your Galco.

There is an app for that!

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^ Galco Gunleather DRAW-EZ

http://www.amazon.com/Galco-Draw-Ez-Solution-For-Holsters/dp/B001TOLNCK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362525171&sr=8-1&keywords=galco+ez+draw

This is great stuff! Don't worry about the 1/2 oz size, it goes a long way.

You'll love the Galco Royal Guard;

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It's a great IWB holster.
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Leather trumps Kydex. You should get little wear with your Galco.

There is an app for that!

^ Galco Gunleather DRAW-EZ

http://www.amazon.com/Galco-Draw-Ez-Solution-For-Holsters/dp/B001TOLNCK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362525171&sr=8-1&keywords=galco+ez+draw

This is great stuff! Don't worry about the 1/2 oz size, it goes a long way.

You'll love the Galco Royal Guard;

It's a great IWB holster.
Sweet! Thanks for the reply! I'll order a bottle ASAP! I've always used baseball glove oil for my riding jacket, but will give this a go! Thanks!
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Sweet! Thanks for the reply! I'll order a bottle ASAP! I've always used baseball glove oil for my riding jacket, but will give this a go! Thanks!
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Leather trumps Kydex. You should get little wear with your Galco.

There is an app for that!

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^ Galco Gunleather DRAW-EZ

http://www.amazon.com/Galco-Draw-Ez-Solution-For-Holsters/dp/B001TOLNCK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362525171&sr=8-1&keywords=galco+ez+draw

This is great stuff! Don't worry about the 1/2 oz size, it goes a long way.

You'll love the Galco Royal Guard;

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It's a great IWB holster.
I love my Royal Guard. Its a nice home for my Kimber Ultra Carry II!
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Got my holster today.. Love it so far, comfortable fit on my hip, in my car and I love the look and feel.. Now I need that Ez draw
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