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  1. you have to really be patient to finding comfort, honestly I would go ahead and buy a supertuck they're the most comfortable holsters I've ever had and will always buy one for every weapon I intend to carry IWB. The biggest thing however is that you have to be willing to change your lifestyle because now you are carrying and adding extra weight to your waist. I hope this helped. whatever you do dont stop carrying

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  3. Problem is one does not know how any holster will fit or feel,until it's worn for a while when doing thing while wearing them.
    I have a box with holsters that just did not work or feel right, sometimes it's the belt not supporting the holster you need a really strong supporting belt to make the holsters work.
    You might just get ready to try other holsters.

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    turbo- absolutely correct

    Quote Originally Posted by turbo52 View Post
    you have to really be patient to finding comfort, honestly I would go ahead and buy a supertuck they're the most comfortable holsters I've ever had and will always buy one for every weapon I intend to carry IWB. The biggest thing however is that you have to be willing to change your lifestyle because now you are carrying and adding extra weight to your waist. I hope this helped. whatever you do dont stop carrying
    +1 on that comment.
    I will add, however, that I had issues with both my Supertuck and my Kholsters until I had a guy at a leather shop show me how to wet-mold them to my body. Wrap the UNLOADED GUN (after double-checking it twice) in plastic wrap. Get the holster "very damp". Put the gun in the holster. Wear the setup all day to mold it.
    If you need further advice and tricks, go to a GOOD SHOE REPAIR place. They usually know all the tricks to the game and they are not freaked out by a gun as long as you tell them what you want to know before you show it (gun) to them. With guns, it's not show-and-tell. With guns, it is tell-and-show. Shoe repairmen know ALL the leather tricks.
    I hope that helps a little.

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    Here is another DIY link on how to mold leather:
    Leather Moulding DIY | eHow.com

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    Everybody is already saying it, but my testimony is for the Crossbreed as well. I tried to go less expensive at first, too. And I never was satisfied. Too uncomfortable, too sloppy, not enough retention, too hard to draw, not deep enough concealment, etc. By the time i had tried three or four holsters, i had spent almost $200. Way more than a good holster ought to cost. My wife and I started hearing about the Crossbreed, and I got to see a couple and hear their owner's testimonies firsthand. They swore it was the best they'd ever worn, and that the money was well worth the product. We both wear them now, and we plan to wear them until they crumble to dust. Figuratively speaking of course; we keep them well conditioned.

    Long story short, if i had bought the Crossbreed first, id have SAVED money. I would save you the money I lost. Buy the Crossbreed. Investing in a quality holster is darn near as important as the quality of gun you put in it. (which should be a Glock, by the way) :D

    Good luck, and be safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg1967 View Post
    Are OWB holsters an option at all? They are bound to be less "pain in your butt" quite lirterally and can conceal reasonably well under things like a vest.
    Good point. I use IWB during the summer and OWB in colder months.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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    Also look at Kholster- they're just as good, however the larger leather piece behind the gun makes for many different adjustments and KEEPS THE GRIP OF THE GUN FROM SLICING MY LOVE HANDLES TO SHREDS. (capitalized to emphasize what I like best) I will say that I own both.
    Also, I have a huge box full of worthless junk- anybody want it? LOL

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