CrossBreed Holsters Introduces the MiniTuck

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posted on October 19, 2011
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CrossBreed Holsters introduced the first holster designed specifically around the .380 ACP-size pocket pistols and the need for an effective, comfortable, concealable holster for small guns. Based on the company's SuperTuck design, the MiniTuck incorporates all the advantages of its bigger brother in a smaller package.

The MiniTuck is stable, comfortable and extremely concealable. Ideal for deep concealment or for those with smaller frames, the MiniTuck allows fast access to a very well hidden firearm. The MiniTuck is exceptionally well suited to ladies as the concave curve on the bottom edge of the holster rides over the curve of the hip without forcing the grip into the ribs.

The MiniTuck fits Kahr PM and CM series guns, SIG P238s, Ruger LCPs, the Kel-Tec P3AT and many other similar size concealed carry weapons. CrossBreed does not recommend this holster for full-size guns or compact versions of full-frame guns.

MSRP for the MiniTuck is $67.75 and it is available in configurations for right- or left-handed shooters in cowhide black or horsehide natural leather for more than 30 models of small firearms.

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