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What's The Best IWB Tuckable Holster & Do They Work?

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I have to say I've loved my Crossbreed as well. Patton mentioned the clips giving some attention, but Crossbreed does sell other clips that can be changed out based on how concealed you want to be.

 

I can't remember, but I believe if you order them with the holster they will install whatever clips you decide to buy. Might need a double check on that.

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I carry a PPK/S and always carry IWB.  I have one of the small Galco tuckable IWB, and it works really great but you have to carry where you have a belt loop.  The holster actually clips on your pants and the weight of the gun and moving around WILL cause your belt line to sag under the belt.  So then you see this obvious clip on your pants.  Put it by a belt loop and you never see it.

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I have 3 Comp Tac mtacs for glock 22, kahr pm9, and 1911.  All of them are very comfortable and adjustable for cant and retention.  I'm 5'10" 225lbs and carry almost everywhere.  Motorcycle, boat, work(dress pants with shirt tucked), mountain biking holster has always meet my expectations.  No matter what brand you choose a quality belt is a must.

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I had been using the Galco Skyops for the past 4yrs or so and it has served its purpose quiet well. But I have been looking for one such as the Crossbreed because the Skyops would collapse every time I would take my weapon out (going into 'gun-free' zones). So Monday I found a Galco King Tuk at Craig's Firearms on Chapman Hwy and the difference is amazing! Can't even really feel the gun is there now.

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*Just noticed this was an older thread I've already posted in :yuck:

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Milt Sparks Versa Max 2.

 

http://www.miltsparks.com/VM-2.htm

 

Superb finish, extremely comfortable. Well worth the 16-22 week wait. I will post photographs of my two VM2's for my Glock 19 Gen 4 + 80 Series Combat Commander tomorrow.

 

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Take a gander into Raven Concealment IWB's. I have a Phantom Modular Holster en route to me for my G19.

 

http://www.ravenconcealment.com/holsters/phantom-modular-holsters/phantom-modular-holster

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Milt Sparks Versa Max 2.
 
http://www.miltsparks.com/VM-2.htm
 
Superb finish, extremely comfortable. Well worth the 16-22 week wait. I will post photographs of my two VM2's for my Glock 19 Gen 4 + 80 Series Combat Commander tomorrow.
 
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Take a gander into Raven Concealment IWB's. I have a Phantom Modular Holster en route to me for my G19.
 
http://www.ravenconcealment.com/holsters/phantom-modular-holsters/phantom-modular-holster


The Sparks VM wins with me everytime..

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