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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Tuckable holsters

    I love N8 tuckable holsters. Very comfortable.
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Tuckable holsters

    Quote Originally Posted by Aggies Coach View Post
    I love N8 tuckable holsters. Very comfortable.
    In general, I don't like tuckable holsters because it adds thickness to the holster profile. But I'm a big fan of N82 tactical holsters, especially their non-plastic/non-kydex lineup. I've got dozens of holsters in a drawer that go unused because I keep going back to my ten year old N82.
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    Default Re: Tuckable holsters

    I've been using Alien Gear for the last 4 years. No issues, comfortable, adjustable retention, not real expensive and made in the US. Bonus that you can trade in the kydex shells for another model and only pay shipping one way.
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  4. #14
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    Default Re: Tuckable holsters

    I wore a Crossbreed supertuck w/ horsehide for a while, but I could never get it to stop squeaking every time I took a step, and the retention wasn't good. The retention was only adjustable by heating it with a hairdryer or heat gun.

    My vote is the CompTac MTAC or CTAC instead of the Crossbreed. The MTAC is also a leather/kydex hybrid, but it doesn't squeak like the Crossbreed did. (I'm not sure if the metal clips or the horsehide or the combination was to blame, but the CompTac plastic C-clips never gave me any trouble.)

    If you prefer all kydex, the CTAC is similarly tuckable. Both have worked great for me with full size guns.
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  5. #15
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    Default Re: Tuckable holsters

    Quote Originally Posted by wrangler1120 View Post
    I've been using Alien Gear for the last 4 years. No issues, comfortable, adjustable retention, not real expensive and made in the US. Bonus that you can trade in the kydex shells for another model and only pay shipping one way.
    Yep I like knowing I can trade out the shell for nothing if I trade in the gun.

    I also like CrossBreeds.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Tuckable holsters

    Well, I wound up purchasing a FoxX deluxe trap tuckable. Perfect fit, adjustable retention and its virtually invisible when worn properly.
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