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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-17-2016, 01:04 PM Thread Starter
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crossbreed holsters

Im looking for a IWB holster for my glock 43. My friend had recommended crossbreed. I researched them and they seem very well made and comfortable. I narrowed it down to two (Minituck and freedom carry). I was wondering if anybody had either of these, or another holster that they would recommend. Thank you in advance.
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Re: crossbreed holsters

I have an Alien Gear and love it. Much less money and from everything I read online they are just as good if not better than Crossbreed, but I can't say for sure because I have no experience with Crossbreed. Whichever one you get, you'll want a good gun belt. I tried for three weeks without it and it grew more and more uncomfortable.
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Re: crossbreed holsters

I have Firearm Holsters for my carry guns, and I've been very pleased with them. I was able to choose the color of the leather and the stitching, and I had one made with a thumb closure for extra retention. The pair cost $108 shipped, so the cost wasn't bad at all for two custom kydex/leather holsters. I wear mine just fine with my regular leather belt, but then again I'm a fat man with hips. If you're skinny, a dedicated gun belt might not be a bad idea.



A friend of mine has used both Alien Gear and Crossbreed with his 1911, and he preferred the Crossbreed but had no complaints about the Alien Gear. I don't think you'll go wrong either way.

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Re: crossbreed holsters

I carry in a crossbreed super tuck almost daily. They are very well made and worth the cost.....

I carry an officer 1911, and full size Glock in them.

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Re: crossbreed holsters

Thanks for the input. I'll definitely have to look into alienware
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Dam all that for 108 is not bad at all
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Yea I looked at the supertuk too but was a little to big for what I'm lookin for
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