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Combat VS non Combat Cut

This is a discussion on Combat VS non Combat Cut within the CrossBreed Holsters forums, part of the Forum Sponsors & Commerce category; Why would anyone NOT want to have a combat cut in their Supertuck? Has anyone tried the combat cut and wished they didn't? I am ...


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Old 03-08-2010, 08:12 PM   #1
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Combat VS non Combat Cut

Why would anyone NOT want to have a combat cut in their Supertuck?

Has anyone tried the combat cut and wished they didn't?

I am considering sending 1 of my ST's back for the "treatment".

Your thoughts...
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i have the combat cut and i love it! what is the "treatment"?
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A combat cut makes it much easier to grip the weapon without jaming your thumb into the leather that is really excess. Purpose .. more comfortable grip and draw.. I did my own cut which is fairly easy to do. Trace out a line
on the excess leather staying fairly close to the outline of the gun. Easy to
cut. There is an example on the web site if u look for it.. Good luck!
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I ended up doing the Combat Cut myself. It gives a better grip when drawing. I have to say though, the standard cut is a little more comfortable. Here is how mine turned out.





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got mine without and did it myself best mod so far on the holster
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:23 AM   #6
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Combat cut is a must.
See my post here. Just got my Supertuck back! WOW! COMBAT CUT IS A MUST!!
The cut is more than just cutting the leather it also involvs cutting back the Kydex..
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Combat cut is a must.
See my post here. Just got my Supertuck back! WOW! COMBAT CUT IS A MUST!!
The cut is more than just cutting the leather it also involvs cutting back the Kydex..
Your thread is what got me thinking, but there MUST be a reason why all are not made that way...

Why has someone from Crossbreed not responded?
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Your thread is what got me thinking, but there MUST be a reason why all are not made that way...

Why has someone from Crossbreed not responded?
because this has been discussed enough times already...

Let me google that for you
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got mine without and did it myself best mod so far on the holster

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I ended up doing the Combat Cut myself. It gives a better grip when drawing. I have to say though, the standard cut is a little more comfortable. Here is how mine turned out.

I did my own as well..
Who better to know exactly what you need..





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because this has been discussed enough times already...

Let me google that for you

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But you are right....
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