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Crossbreed "Second"

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by druryj, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. druryj

    druryj Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Not that I needed another holster, but I decided to give Crossbreed "seconds" a try. I ordered a mini-tuck, horsehide holster with combat cut for my Glock 43 in "very good" condition for $45. I received the holster in five days, the only thing I can see that maybe caused it to be a "second" is a little bit of a shiny spot or glare on the trigger guard. I'm very satisfied with my purchase and saved a little money on the deal. So, check out Crossbreed seconds website if you haven't yet. It's another good way to add to your holster collection too.
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  2. MrShooter

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    I've used to a few times because I'm too impatient to wait on factory new.
     
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    I thought the mini-tuck had one clip?

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