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  1. PRINTING: How Big of a Deal Is It? | CrossBreed Blog

    PRINTING: How Big of a Deal Is It? | CrossBreed Blog

    The first day I carried a gun I was absolutely terrified that someone would see it. I was freaking out that someone would 'make' me. I constantly readjusted my clothing and always worried about the gun slipping and showing, and of course, I worried about printing. Printing is the outline of the holster and gun protruding through your shirt. This is...
  2. Concealed Carry Tips - Holster Position

    Concealed Carry Tips - Holster Position

    As a holster company, we know the importance of choosing where to wear your holster. Holster positioning is critical and you have to be careful in choosing where to carry what. We’ve put together a little list of the most common positions for holsters and hopefully, you walk away a little more educated on what will work for you. Outside...
  3. [VIDEO] The WORST Shooting Tips Ever!!

    [VIDEO] The WORST Shooting Tips Ever!!

    Warrior Poet Society's John Lovell knows a thing or two because he's seen a thing or two. That includes the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to firearms training. Of his latest video, Lovell says: After teaching shooting and tactics for years, I've come across some really bad instruction, and I've seen the same mistakes enough that I felt...
  4. The CZ 75 - A Cold War Classic

    The CZ 75 - A Cold War Classic

    The CZ 75 is one of the most legendary handguns you may have never heard of. It’s the most reproduced handgun in the world, and the design has served countless police and military forces. The CZ 75 was one of the first wonder nines. Wonder nines being 9mm handguns with a higher than average capacity. The CZ 75 was built...
  5. CrossBreed Announces **NEW** Holsters for Mossberg's MC1sc

    CrossBreed Announces **NEW** Holsters for Mossberg's MC1sc

    When Mossberg announced they were introducing a pistol, heads turned fast enough to hear them snap. The last time Mossberg introduced a handgun, it was over a hundred years ago. In keeping with the recent industry trend of offering smaller, more compact firearms focused on serving the concealed carry market, Mossberg released the MC1sc this year. The Lowdown The base model...
  6. Is the 1911 Hopelessly Outdated?

    Is the 1911 Hopelessly Outdated?

    More than a century ago John Moses Browning created the 1911 automatic pistol. Over time the design has evolved slightly to be mass produced as well as safer in general. However, the 1911 itself is still essentially the same platform it always was. The 1911 is a single stack, single action only platform with a manual safety and a grip...

Concealed Carry

  1. PRINTING: How Big of a Deal Is It? | CrossBreed Blog

    PRINTING: How Big of a Deal Is It? | CrossBreed Blog

    The first day I carried a gun I was absolutely terrified that someone would see it. I was freaking out that someone would 'make' me. I constantly readjusted my clothing and always worried about the gun slipping and showing, and of course, I worried about printing. Printing is the outline of the holster and gun protruding through your shirt. This is...
  2. Concealed Carry Tips - Holster Position

    Concealed Carry Tips - Holster Position

    As a holster company, we know the importance of choosing where to wear your holster. Holster positioning is critical and you have to be careful in choosing where to carry what. We’ve put together a little list of the most common positions for holsters and hopefully, you walk away a little more educated on what will work for you. Outside...
  3. Is the 1911 Hopelessly Outdated?

    Is the 1911 Hopelessly Outdated?

    More than a century ago John Moses Browning created the 1911 automatic pistol. Over time the design has evolved slightly to be mass produced as well as safer in general. However, the 1911 itself is still essentially the same platform it always was. The 1911 is a single stack, single action only platform with a manual safety and a grip...