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  1. anyone using a crossbread holster

    I ordered mime over a month ago and I'm starting to get annoyed by how long it's taken.

    I'm thinking about cancelling the order and just making my own.

    Is it really worth the wait.

    I have a galco ITB Holster currently that I molded to my bersa 45 ultra compact pro. I like it but it's not stable and doesnt tuck it down far enough

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    "...takes 4 to 6 weeks..." "...handmade..." patience is a virtue...

  4. Quote Originally Posted by getlost4x4 View Post
    I ordered mime over a month ago and I'm starting to get annoyed by how long it's taken.

    I'm thinking about cancelling the order and just making my own.

    Is it really worth the wait.

    I have a galco ITB Holster currently that I molded to my bersa 45 ultra compact pro. I like it but it's not stable and doesnt tuck it down far enough
    I waited 5+ weeks for mine. Feel like it's worth the wait. Check out my review on the Mini Tuck for the S&W Bodyguard here.

    Best Concealed Carry Holster The Crossbreed Mini Tuck | HausofGuns.com | Gun and Gear Reviews, Hunting and Outdoor Products, Video

  5. Well I spent $190 for a High Noon down Under IWB and very much not worth it... Fits my USP HK nice but the little piece of kydex is not enough to hold the holster open for a re-holster without re-chambering a round. Sorry but don't waste your cash on a High Noon IWB unless you wear your pants really loose and sloppy.......

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    I have two CrossBreed holsters and I love them both. I also have one of their gunbelts with the Velcro on the inside. I'm planning on ordering another holster and belt without the Velcro soon. In my opinion, well worth the wait.
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    I have carried with a Kholster for over a year. It took a couple weeks as I ordered it during a sale and they had a lot of orders. I trimmed and dyed it and it's conformed well to my body shape. No complaints. Trimming it does not void the warranty. Just a thought.

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    I ordered a crossbreed supertuck on may 4th, so its been a little over thirty days for me, so it should be here in about a week and a half. I think the waiting period is a bit excessive, but if its as good a holster as everyone says, then the wait will be worth it.

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    I was getting impatient too even though I was told ahead of time it was going to take 6 weeks. When I got mine about a month and a half ago, I told them they should hire some help or something and they said they started another shift and orders will only take about two weeks soon. I must say, after finally getting it, I'm going to order another one for my 9 mm, so it is definitely worth the wait.

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    I agree. Do the wait. I was lucky though and found one for my G19 at the local gun store. Had to wait the 5 weeks for the CB for the XD40 sub.

    -178S


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    Crossbreed

    I am also upset about the wait time. I'm 3 weeks in. But my buddy swears by them and he's ex-Ranger and a Col. So I trust his opinion. But I guess well just have to wait and see. Let me know how long yours takes.

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