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  1. Quote Originally Posted by freeskier View Post
    im a slimmer guy, 6' 1", 170 lbs, does anyone my size have any experience with this rig? will be sporting a 229r
    My roommate is about your size, and he uses one of these for his Firestar. It's a bit smaller than a 229, though.

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  3. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukem View Post
    I just received a SuperTuck Deluxe from Crossbreed. I will be going a product review on this holster which is fitted for my Glock 23. So far is seems very nice but be on the lookout for a detailed review.
    Thanks Lukem,
    It still looks a bit uncomfortable for me. The guy in the article is wearing a tee shirt which is fine, but I wear dress shirts and slacks which might be uncomfortable when I sit down. Guess I'll stick with my P3AT and pocket holster.

    Here's an article on your holster:
    Cross Breed Holstersí New Supertuck Deluxe Concealment Holster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve02C5 View Post
    Thanks Lukem,
    It still looks a bit uncomfortable for me. The guy in the article is wearing a tee shirt which is fine, but I wear dress shirts and slacks which might be uncomfortable when I sit down. Guess I'll stick with my P3AT and pocket holster.

    Here's an article on your holster:
    Cross Breed Holsters’ New Supertuck Deluxe Concealment Holster
    Nope!
    The ST is extremely comfortable even in dress shirt and slacks. It is a very tuckable holster; that makes it easy to tuck in those tails.

    There are two mistakes people make that may cause some discomfort.
    1. They do NOT use a proper "gun" belt. (A "good" gunbelt will limit movement.)
    2. They wear their clothes to tight.
    (Depending on your body shape and they way you normally wear clothes, a (+1) "upsize" may be needed.)

    "Not" adjusting cant and depth properly to fit their body type can also be a third mistake that some make.

  5. #44
    I just orderd the supertuck for my glock 27. Anyone here carry a glock 27 in a supertuck?

  6. Quote Originally Posted by thedub88 View Post
    I only have 2 complaints about my supertuck

    1: There is no relief hole for the magazine releaser (1911). Every time I sat down and lean back, POP!! out pops my mag. I just drilled a hole in the leather, problem fixed. Probably voided my warrenty, but i can buy a new holster, i cant buy a new life

    2: The lifesavers were cherry. I wanted grape!!!
    I will trade my grape for your cherry.

  7. #46
    I just got my crossbreed supertuck deluxe wed. for my glock 27. My first impression was this is a really nice holster. I thought it would seem cheap from all the pictures on the net. But it is definitly a quality holster.

    I didnt think such a big peice of leather would be comfortable for an IWB holster. Was i wrong, The thick leather acts a shield against your skin to prevent pressure points of the gun. The first time i put it on a huge **** eating grin came to my face. To my disbeliefe i could not believe how comfortable it was. I tightend my belt down on the hard kydex and there was no pressure or discomfort at all. My biggest complaint of IWB holsters is when sitting they push, pull, pinch, and press the gun into your side or back. So the first thing i did with the supertuck on (without the glock in it) was run to my car and get it. AMAZING. I cant even feel this thing AT ALL when sitting. I went for a 20 minute drive it was so comforatable that i didnt even think about having a holster on while driving.

    Now my first impression of putting the Glock 27 in the holster. Crossbreed sends a paper that explains how to tighten the kydex retention. NOT NEEDED. The retention was perfect the way it was shipped. I know this is a matter of personal opinion, but i like my retention to be slightly tight but not so tight that it pulls my belt/pants when un-holstering the gun. I think Crossbreed gets it right the first try.

    Second, I put the gun in the holster. I love how the wide leather disperses the weight of the gun. it feels as if the gun is now just an extension of my own body. Whats even better, I dont feel the gun on my skin at all, anywhere. The leather keeps every inch of the glock 27 off of my body/skin. This makes me glad i didnt get the combat cut. The combat cut exposes alot of the gun to your skin which i think i would not have liked.

    OK so back to the car with the gun in the holster. The one thing that i kept me a way from the desantis IWB that i have was the extreme discomfort of trying to drive with the gun in the holster. it pushes the gun into my side and after about 10 minutes of driving its just unbearable. Now my impression of the gun on in the supertuck while driving, LOL ther is none. There is no impression, i cant even feel that i have a gun on while driving. All i feel is the comfortable leather. There is no pressure points. I feel i could drive for hours with this thing on and never feel any discomfort at all.

    Anyway, i have been wearing this holster around the house for 3 days now and im SOLD. from this moment forward the only holster i will ever buy for any gun i purchase in the future will be a Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe.

  8. #47
    I just ordered this holster for my Five-Seven. Can't find too many holsters that I can carry the FsN concealed and comfortably so I am going to give this one a shot. I ordered it yesterday so hopefully by the end of the month I will be able to try it out. Hopefully it works out because I am running out of ideas on how to carry the FsN without printing.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by 442js View Post
    I just ordered this holster for my Five-Seven. Can't find too many holsters that I can carry the FsN concealed and comfortably so I am going to give this one a shot. I ordered it yesterday so hopefully by the end of the month I will be able to try it out. Hopefully it works out because I am running out of ideas on how to carry the FsN without printing.
    The 5.7 will fit fine, the trick will be to get the placement and you will need to set the cant full..this will hide the grip better, Much like hiding my XDm40 full size.

    Make sure you get or have a good gun belt, i bought a blackhawk black and it works very well...

    Hope this helps..

  10. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by XDM40cal View Post
    The 5.7 will fit fine, the trick will be to get the placement and you will need to set the cant full..this will hide the grip better, Much like hiding my XDm40 full size.

    Make sure you get or have a good gun belt, i bought a blackhawk black and it works very well...

    Hope this helps..
    Picture helped. I do have to make some changes, and get used to the holster. My pants don't look right when wearing it, but the gun is concealed. I might just have to get some new shirts.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by 442js View Post
    Picture helped. I do have to make some changes, and get used to the holster. My pants don't look right when wearing it, but the gun is concealed. I might just have to get some new shirts.
    Yep bigger shirts help to hide the grip and the bulge too...


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