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    Sig GSR 1911 w/ Rails Holster Issue

    I just received notification from the kind folks at Don Hume that the holster I ordered a few days ago for my Sig Sauer GSR 1911 with rails is no longer available.

    Bummer.

    I was very much looking forward to more of a strong side concealment/closer to the body option than my current Blackhawk kydex holster.

    It's the width of the slide (slightly "thicker" than a standard 1911) and those monster box-like rails that have made finding a quality holster a challenge.

    Does anyone know of the Crossbreed line of concealed carry holsters accommodate the GSR 1911??

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    To answer my own question, thanks to the kind folks at Crossbreed Holsters - YES - Crossbreed holsters CAN accommodate my Sig GSR(r) - thank you very much.

    Glad to know they're supporters of USACarry, as they're already impressing me with their service, and I'm not even a customer - yet. (That'll get fixed in a quick fast hurry.)
    "There is no consitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen." (7th Cir. 1982, Bowers v. DeVito)Stay safe, and stay trained.www.sazsatt.com

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    Crossbreed SnapSlide on the way!

    I'm excited because I just ordered my custom snap slide holster for my Sig GSR!

    Apparently, no one else makes a true concealment holster for this behemoth, so I'm grateful our sponsor does!

    More to follow in a couple weeks!
    "There is no consitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen." (7th Cir. 1982, Bowers v. DeVito)Stay safe, and stay trained.www.sazsatt.com

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    wolfhunter Guest
    I didn't know if they would accomodate 1911's with rails, but I love the SuperTuck I keep my Warthog in. A holster for a double-stack 1911 .45

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    I didn't know if they would accomodate 1911's with rails, but I love the SuperTuck I keep my Warthog in. A holster for a double-stack 1911 .45
    Sweet!

    How's the feel with your .45 riding the SuperTuck? Is it comfortable?

    I'm generally not a IWB user... but I'm liking the idea of that SuperTuck more and more. And with Crossbreed's 2 week trial period, there's no real harm in trying.

    Crossbreed has jumped to the top of my list of holster makers simply because they can accommodate my GSR with rails - custom made - for less than what the other holster makers charge for their product. Not to mention how annoying it is that no one (not even Don Hume) seems to make a concealment holster for a GSR any more.

    But Crossbreed will - and I'm loving that 2 week trial period idea too.
    "There is no consitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen." (7th Cir. 1982, Bowers v. DeVito)Stay safe, and stay trained.www.sazsatt.com

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    wolfhunter Guest
    The Warthog is a very small 1911, but the SuperTuck / 'hog is a very comfortable carry at the 4 o'clock position. I have tried my full-sized 1911, and it is both comfortable and concealable, but the capacity difference keeps the 'hog as my EDC.

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    Good call

    Thanks wolfhunter - I appreciate the input.

    I've been thinking my new EDC gun would be a tiny .380 Ruger LCP or Sig P230 style - or even a P239, but now I'm first looking to simply continue carrying what I own already in a better rig (hence the Crossbreed rigs).

    And if I do get a smaller, more concealable EDC gun, it'll probably be a smaller 1911 model. In my last couple classes, I've trained students carrying their own Kimber Carry or Ultra Carry. I liked the size, and of course I love the .45 ACP!

    Once I start my own reloading, I'll be set!
    "There is no consitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen." (7th Cir. 1982, Bowers v. DeVito)Stay safe, and stay trained.www.sazsatt.com

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    wolfhunter Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by AZSATT View Post
    Thanks wolfhunter - I appreciate the input.

    I've been thinking my new EDC gun would be a tiny .380 Ruger LCP or Sig P230 style - or even a P239, but now I'm first looking to simply continue carrying what I own already in a better rig (hence the Crossbreed rigs).

    And if I do get a smaller, more concealable EDC gun, it'll probably be a smaller 1911 model. In my last couple classes, I've trained students carrying their own Kimber Carry or Ultra Carry. I liked the size, and of course I love the .45 ACP!

    Once I start my own reloading, I'll be set!
    Carrying a primary and BUG in the same caliber reduces supply problems.

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    Gmta...

    Precisely.

    I'm even trying to have .45 ACP ammo on hand should I need to 'rent' one of my guns for a training course.

    One kind of ammo simplifies things... and unlike NATO, I'm not leaning toward the 9mm for standardization.
    "There is no consitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen." (7th Cir. 1982, Bowers v. DeVito)Stay safe, and stay trained.www.sazsatt.com

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    wolfhunter Guest
    If the US DOD had to go with a Beretta 9mm, why didn't they pick the model 93 instead of the 92/M9? Three round bursts are FUN.

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