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 I bought one of the Crossbreed Holsters for my P7-M13 
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 Post subject: I bought one of the Crossbreed Holsters for my P7-M13
PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2006 6:43 am 
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I thought I'd let everyone know about this holster that seems to be fairly new on the market. It is a leather backer with a molded kydex half holster riveted to it, hence the crossbreed moniker. I bought the super-tuck for my P7, if you know anything about P7s they’re a problem to find a holster for that is concealable, comfortable, stable and will give you the clearance needed to stop accidental mag release. I paid the extra $9 to have a lambskin backing put on it for better comfort against the skin this summer.
Mike Craighead is the entrepreneur making these holsters, he’s very friendly, calls you back when you leave a message and delivers when he says he will (5 weeks).
There are a few different options and customizations, but the prices seem reasonable, I took a plain vanilla except for the lamb skin backing.
So far I’m very pleased with it, it really is comfortable, the backing molds itself to your body shape, and the size of it protects you from the “sharp” corners of the gun. It holds the P7 well, gives great stability and it seems to me well worth the $50 I paid for it. Time will tell as far as durability is concerned, but over the last couple of weeks, “so far so good”

Here’s the web site and pricing info.

http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/

IWB or SOB, Black, Plain Edge, Non-Adjustable-$44.00

Super-Tuck, Black, Plain Edge, Non-Adjustable-$48.50

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