CrossBreed Holsters for Ruger American Compact

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posted on October 5, 2016
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CrossBreed Holsters is one of the first companies to offer holsters that fit the contours of the new Ruger American Compact perfectly. The company offers nine different carry options for the new handgun.

For those looking to carry inside the waistband, the SuperTuck, Freedom Carry and QwikClip holsters offer options for carrying the Ruger American Compact.

The company's SuperTuck holster allows users to adjust both ride height and cant and can be worn with a shirt tucked over the holster. The Freedom Carry holster allows users to carry in the appendix, crossdraw or strong side position, depending on whichever method they prefer. The QwikClip holster can be worn in either the crossdraw or strong-side position.

The SuperTuck starts $69.75, while the Freedom Carry and QwikClip start at $64.50 and $66.50, respectively.

Shooters looking to carry the Ruger American Compact outside the waistband also have three options from the company: The SuperSlide, SnapSlide and DropSlide Holsters.

CrossBreed's SuperSlide holster is a three-slot holster that can be worn behind the hip with a slight forward cant. The holster also allows users to wear it in a crossdraw configuration with a slight rearward cant. The SnapSlide holster is designed for a high and tight wear just behind the hip on the shooter's strong side. The DropSlide is a combination of the two previous holster designs and is designed to keep a long-barreled firearm from rubbing against a shooter's body while being worn on the strong side.

The SuperSlide holster starts at $52.50. The SnapSlide and DropSlide holsters start at $48.50 and $50.50, respectively.

CrossBreed Holsters also provides other carry options for the Ruger American Compact. Users can customize their carry options with the Ohai, Pac Mat and the Bedside Backup.

The Ohai modular holster is designed with a hook-and-loop fastener that can be mounted on nearly any surface, such as desks, bags or the inside of a car. The Pac Mat holster works on a similar principle and is paired with CrossBreed's Pac Mat panel to allow for versatile mounting options. The Bedside Backup is designed to fit in between a box spring and a mattress and offers a close, secure mounting option for your bedroom defense pistol.

The Ohai holster retails for $47.50, and the Pac Mat holster retails for $39.95. The suggested price on the Bedside Backup panel is $73.95. 


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