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My deep conceal rig is Kangaroo Carry. Its a good rig but is getting worn now. I have been looking at the CrossBreed Modular Belly Band. I like the built in holster.
I will use it for a compact Sig 250 or 320.
Anyone out there use one? What gun do you pack in it? Is it long wearing or does it stretch and sag after a while?
Thanks in advance!


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I use one when I ride my mountain bike. I use the hard shells; I carry a Ruger LCR .38 in it at the appendix, and it disappears under my untucked workout shirts and stays put nicely. I also purchased a shell for my XD-S 9, but I haven’t tried it yet. In the LCR are 2 rounds of snake shot and 3 rounds of HP’s. I really like the way it fits and the fact that the strap covers the holster when you wrap it around; supports and secures the gun very well — no holster flop. And the Velcro attaches at two points so it’s a very solid carry without shifting around. YMMV, of course.


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Ahhh... Finally! Thanks! I am going to order one and try it out. Thanks again.


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Glad I could help! Hope you like it as much as I like mine.


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How is for keeping sweat off the gun?
 
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The only part I’ve noticed any moisture on the LCR after working out was on the frame where it meets the grip which is not covered by the belly band. Even then it’s not much. Of course, I’m not working out that hard either. Wink


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