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    IWB holster choice Crossbreed v. Comp-Tac

    I have read some of the posts on other threads regarding IWB carry and the types of holsters. It seems the Crossbreed super tuck is a preferred choice. I don't want to wait 4-5 weeks for the Crossbreed. The Comp-Tac Minotaur looks very similar and seems to have the same adjustability. I recently started carrying my Glock 19 9mm concealed IWB in a crappy blackhawk holster. I need to upgrade soon. The Comp-Tac is available from an online dealer in 2-4 days. Am I losing anything by not waiting the 4-5 weeks for the Crossbreed product?

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    I love my Crossbreed holsters and think they are definitely worth the wait.


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    I've also been looking into these brands and have read good things about both. One of the things that I thing makes the Crossbreed more popular is price. I also think they are better advertised. What I liked about the Comp-Tac is that you can buy different bodies and trade them out.

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    I like my Comp-Tac Minotaur. It cost a bit more than the CBST but is very nicely made and finished. Doubt that you would go wrong either way.
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    I like my Comp-Tac Minotaur. It cost a bit more than the CBST but is very nicely made and finished. Doubt that you would go wrong either way.
    Love both of my minotaurs. One for G19 & G26 and one for me PM9.

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    I have both. As I recall, had them both within about a week after putting in the order. Oh and Comtec sends smarties with theirs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuhr52 View Post
    I have both. As I recall, had them both within about a week after putting in the order. Oh and Comtec sends smarties with theirs.
    So, which do you like better, not considering the Smarties?
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    I like them both. But if I had to pick, the cross breed is horse hide, softer on the skin, the comp-tac is cow hide, this can irritate the skin.
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    Thanks for the feedback. I think I will order a Crossbreed horse hide as my genetics have blessed me with sweating like a whore in church. From my research, horse hide seems to handle the sweat a little better then cow hide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckaiser55 View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. I think I will order a Crossbreed horse hide as my genetics have blessed me with sweating like a whore in church. From my research, horse hide seems to handle the sweat a little better then cow hide.
    I have a horse hide from crossbreed and use it quite often. When you order let them know USA Carry sent ya!


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