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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by MADnMO View Post
    I just purchase a Cross Breed Super Tuck Deluxe and I am amazed at how comfortable it is. I carry a Glock 21 which is a large gun and it is so comfortable.
    Same holster here and I carry a Desert Eagle .40 standard frame, very comfortable..and those days when I go lighter I carry a Glock 27 in a Blackhawk Serpa 2...

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  3. #22
    Holsters are like guns. Everone has an oppinion.
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  4. #23
    The Kholster looks like a SuperTuck before being trimmed out. What makes the Kholster more comfortable? I will agree that the price is nice, though.

    I have an XD-40 4" which I carry with either a SuperTuck or a Qwik Clip (both Crossbreed), or a Galco Miami Classic when I'm dressed up.
    -= Piece Corps =-

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Piece Corps View Post
    The Kholster looks like a SuperTuck before being trimmed out. What makes the Kholster more comfortable? I will agree that the price is nice, though.

    I have an XD-40 4" which I carry with either a SuperTuck or a Qwik Clip (both Crossbreed), or a Galco Miami Classic when I'm dressed up.




    Basically they are the same except for the the super tuck trim out allows the grip to come in contact with your skin and rub if even an undershirt is worn or you wear without a T shirt underneath. The Super Tuck is not nearly as adjustable as the Kholster about 50% less. The Kholster also uses a different waistband clip that is shimmed out 1/8" with leather washers that allows for a much easier ability to tuck in your shirt. I wear my Kholsters all the time next to bear skin. You cant do that with the Supertuck because of the cut out design. And of course half the price is not a bad thing either.

  6. Kholster question - revolver hammer

    It looks like the Kholster holster for a revolver does not cover the hammer. Does this present any potential problems, like snagging?

    I'm trying to decide on a holster now, and need more info.

    Thanks.

  7. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by MagicTAG View Post
    It looks like the Kholster holster for a revolver does not cover the hammer. Does this present any potential problems, like snagging?

    I'm trying to decide on a holster now, and need more info.

    Thanks.
    Since I don't have a revolver, this is just speculation...

    I would think that it wouldn't allow snagging any more than any other holster. Do other revolver holsters cover the hammer? I think you would be able to adjust the holster to a postiton where the hammer sits even with the beltline. This would keep it from getting caught on stuff throughout the day. Your waistband will naturally be pulled away from the hammer due to the width of the gun itself. So when you draw, the hammer shouldn't get hung up then either.

    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    I sold my Crossbreed and bought a Kholster half the money, thinner and more adjustable and IMHO more comfortable. Lifetime warranty also
    This doesn't happen very often, but I agree with you here. I was a little skeptical when I read that you forget it's there, and that it's even comfortable on bare skin. I've had mine for a little over a week and must admit that BOTH are true.

    The only thing I might do is try to heat it up and shape it a little tighter on the gun. As noted on the website, if I mess it up, they'll fix it for free.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by utimmer43 View Post


    This doesn't happen very often, but I agree with you here. I was a little skeptical when I read that you forget it's there, and that it's even comfortable on bare skin. I've had mine for a little over a week and must admit that BOTH are true.

    The only thing I might do is try to heat it up and shape it a little tighter on the gun. As noted on the website, if I mess it up, they'll fix it for free.
    mine on the Taurus's actually clicks in well and wont fall out even if I tip it upside down and shake it

  9. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    Basically they are the same except for the the super tuck trim out allows the grip to come in contact with your skin and rub if even an undershirt is worn or you wear without a T shirt underneath.
    This is true, but doesn't seem to bother me with a Glock 23 with or without a shirt underneath.

    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    The Super Tuck is not nearly as adjustable as the Kholster about 50% less.
    While the Kholster does have more holes, how many of those really come into play?

    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    The Kholster also uses a different waistband clip that is shimmed out 1/8" with leather washers that allows for a much easier ability to tuck in your shirt.
    As does the Supertuck. However the washers on the Supertuck are the width of the clip and virtually invisible from the front.

    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    I wear my Kholsters all the time next to bear skin. You cant do that with the Supertuck because of the cut out design. And of course half the price is not a bad thing either.
    I do, and it's been fine thus far with my Glock 23. Retention is good, and it is quite a comfortable holster. Also, the price is very competitive within the market and the warranty and service are top notch.

    Granted, the Kholster looks like a nice product too, but that doesn't make the Supertuck any less of a viable option.

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by rockwerks View Post
    mine on the Taurus's actually clicks in well and wont fall out even if I tip it upside down and shake it
    Mine is just a bit to loose to do that. Granted, I don't really plan on doing many handstands with my gun on my hip, but I would just feel a little better knowing that I could if I wanted to.

    Quote Originally Posted by thunderlounge View Post
    While the Kholster does have more holes, how many of those really come into play?
    2, the 2 that you decide to use. But I could see a possible use for all the possible angles and ride heights available on the Kholster.

    I won't knock a Supertuck, 'cause I've never owned one. But the full cover, adjustability, and price definately swayed me toward the Kholster. And so far, I'm not disappointed.
    The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first. - Thomas Jefferson

  11. Quote Originally Posted by thunderlounge View Post








    Granted, the Kholster looks like a nice product too, but that doesn't make the Supertuck any less of a viable option.

    Actually it did with me, the lack of protection for the grip against my skin was its downfall. I carry mostly with just a single t shirt on and the supertuck in that situation was not nearly as comfortable

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