Is the CrossBreed reckoning holster Tuckable?
Each CrossBreed Reckoning holster comes equipped with tuckable clips, allowing shirttails to slide into the space between the outside of the Kydex holster pocket and the inside of the waistband. After fitting and sitting with the holster in the appendix-carry position, he found it comfortable to use.
Are hybrid holsters any good?
The holster is very comfortable to wear (conformed to my body quickly). It took only a few days of wearing it to break it in. The holster is very well made. The leather is thick but not too thick, to me it is perfect.
What kind of holster is the freedom carry?
The Freedom Carry is one of the newest of the fine CrossBreed designs. Capable of being used in appendix, cross-draw, and strong-side carry in the 3-5 o’clock position, the Freedom Carry is basically a reduced-size SuperTuck holster with the leather backing cut away to support only one locking clip.
Is there an appendix to the crossbreed freedom carry?
Note that CrossBreed also has a dedicated Appendix Model, but it is not designed for strong-side hip carry as is the Freedom Carry model. According to the CrossBreed website, the Kydex pocket of the Freedom Carry is mounted in a straight draw position and has an adjustable cant clip, allowing the holster to be moved to the various carry positions.
Where is the clip on a freedom carry?
The Freedom Carry can be worn shirt tucked in behind the single clip, which then is visible on the outside over the belt. The clip can be camouflaged by a cell phone. Of course the Freedom Carry can also be worn with the shirt over it, which eliminates any concerns about a visible clip.
Can a freedom carry be used as an appendix?
Capable of being used in appendix, cross-draw, and strong-side carry in the 3-5 o’clock position, the Freedom Carry is basically a reduced-size SuperTuck holster with the leather backing cut away to support only one locking clip. This reduction in backing is what allows this rig to be carried comfortably in the appendix position.