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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by cuznjed View Post
    I have just purchased a new Super Tuck Holster, I have not recieved it yet but I was wondering if I could get some good ideas on breaking in and taking care of this holster? Newbee here and I want to thank you for your time and support in advance.
    Mine showed up in the mail and I was wearing it the next day. Break-in isn't a worry like with an all leather holster. Just make sure you are comfortable with the positioning and the cant, and make sure you are comfortable drawing.
    Chief

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    I gave my horsehide ST a light once-over with mink oil and had no issues with break-in at all It was comfy as could be by the 3rd day.

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    does the gun get allot of holster wear, due to the holster being made of kydex? I have always been a leather guy. Call me old fashion, but until a couple of years ago (when I bought my Smith and Wesson M&P) I did not like plastic frame pistolas.
    I have been thinking of getting one of these kydex holsters.

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  5. #14
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    The Kydex is a thin, sturdy (but somewhat flexible) plastic. Should be no wear on the weapon. Because they are form fitted to each gun type there isn't a lot of play in it, and it provides pretty good retention. Good thing about Crossbreed is that it has a lifetime warranty. If there are any problems ever they will fix or replace.
    Chief

  6. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by whodat2710 View Post
    The Kydex is a thin, sturdy (but somewhat flexible) plastic. Should be no wear on the weapon. Because they are form fitted to each gun type there isn't a lot of play in it, and it provides pretty good retention. Good thing about Crossbreed is that it has a lifetime warranty. If there are any problems ever they will fix or replace.
    Thanks I have to look into these a bit more. I'll have to get one for my combat Commander and my M&P :D

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  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by whodat2710 View Post
    The Kydex is a thin, sturdy (but somewhat flexible) plastic. Should be no wear on the weapon. Because they are form fitted to each gun type there isn't a lot of play in it, and it provides pretty good retention. Good thing about Crossbreed is that it has a lifetime warranty. If there are any problems ever they will fix or replace.
    Not true, kydex definitely wears depending on the finish of the gun. My Glocks have no wear after 5+ years in kydex but my Kimber had wear within 2 months. Kimber's finish is notoriously weak. It all depends on the gun.

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    Breaking in is putting it on and wearing it from the time you get up till you go to bed.

  9. #18
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    I have four because I have four guns I can carry. Their customer service has always been stellar. My primary holster stopped squeaking long ago. It's so well broken in now that it sometimes folds over on itself. I keep telling myself I'll add a stiffener in to stop that, but I never have. It's a minor nuisance. They'd probably send me a new holster if I asked, but then I'd have to break it in again.
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