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Old 02-26-2010, 03:37 AM   #21
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I guess now that I am working full time again I can afford to try a CrossBreed holster. I was thinking about getting one for my Sig P229 9mm to try. I just wish that I could see one up close, you know hold it and try it out real quick so I know if I am willing to spend the money.
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I guess now that I am working full time again I can afford to try a CrossBreed holster. I was thinking about getting one for my Sig P229 9mm to try. I just wish that I could see one up close, you know hold it and try it out real quick so I know if I am willing to spend the money.
I think you have like 2 to 4 weeks to send it back with a full refund and it has a lifetime warranty. Cant hardly beat it. I have been wearing mine for about a month and find it comfortable. I am 6'2" 310lbs the only problem I have with it is when I walk a lot it pushes my tighty whites down on my strong side. I am still playing with cant, depth and position. I find the 3 position most comfortable so far. Hope this helps in you thought process.
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I think you have like 2 to 4 weeks to send it back with a full refund and it has a lifetime warranty. Cant hardly beat it. I have been wearing mine for about a month and find it comfortable. I am 6'2" 310lbs the only problem I have with it is when I walk a lot it pushes my tighty whites down on my strong side. I am still playing with cant, depth and position. I find the 3 position most comfortable so far. Hope this helps in you thought process.
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