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Old 02-08-2012, 09:44 PM   #7
Locutus09
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Originally Posted by Reedo302 View Post
I'd just go with a Raven. They are great holsters, and they're a fantastic company. The level of customer support is unbelievable. I recently read a review by a very satisfied customer where they sent him the wrong holster for the right gun, as well as the right holster. They let him keep the wrong holster at no charge.
Minor OT,

Reedo, you ever go with the holster you said you might try?

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showpos...64&postcount=9

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I run a Crossbreed SuperTuck with a Glock 27 and it works great. I really like it, and it's very comfortable. I would highly recommend one. If you want comfort, get the standard setup. If you sweat a lot like I do, get the horsehide. If you want a holster that you will likely be drawing from, then get the combat cut. I prefer my a standard cut setup for carrying, but I've used my SuperTuck for undercover work and I wish I had gotten the combat cut. It makes drawing a lot easier.

However, ever forum I've been on has had people saying that the Galco KingTuk is more comfortable. I may wind up getting one, since they are designed with a cutout similar to the combat cut option from Crossbreed.
http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPT3.as...41&CatalogID=7
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