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This morning I went to grab my supertuck like I do every other day and realize it has a hairline crack down the side where the slide would be. Anyone else ever experience this? Any way to repair? Warranty?

Sh!t. Gotta throw it on anyway. BTW the crack goes about halfway.

Might just be time to order that K&D I've been eyeballing.
 

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Actually it's an Acog. Contacted Mark.
 

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mine did the same thing. I contacted Mark and he replaced the holster completely. IT doesn't get any better than that.Give him a call that is why you have a lifetime warranty.
 

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Lifetime warranty my man....Call up Mark!
 

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Throw it away of you want to, but you could send it in for a free repair or replacement.

Your choice.
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OOOPs my bad, just re-read and saw you said "throw it on anyway"
 

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I just noticed mine did this morning as well. I emailed Mark.
 

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Got to love the customer service and the lifetime warranty. Mark will get you squared away quickly without any issues.
 

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Got to love the customer service and the lifetime warranty. Mark will get you squared away quickly without any issues.
Yeah, I just don't like the send it back part. What am I supposed to do in the mean time? Oh well.
 

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I don't want something that I depend on to break! I just ordered one Sunday night, so I am really hoping that they get it figured out before mine breaks when I need it.
 

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Wow, am I the only one here with more holsters than pistols? In the rare instance my supertuck were to break, I could live without it while I'm getting it repaired/replaced for free.
 

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Things wear out and break, such is life. Mark fixed my Supertuck when it broke and I was out if it for all of a week. That is pretty impressive as far as customer service goes. As it is, they are phenomenal holsters and aren't that expensive. My solution was to purchase a second Supertuck as a backup a few months after the repair and now there is no worries.
 
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