Tucker Leather HF1

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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby casp625 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 2:22 am

flechero wrote:
casp625 wrote:45ACP for sure! Also ordered 3 Wilson 47OX and 3 lo-profile plates to match.


Great combo, I also use mainly 47OX mags and have the same (47ox) spring/follower kits in my other mags. I added a magwell so I kept the standard basepads. Although I slimmed, shortened and round butted it; then broke all the hard edges for carry. It's still shorter than a full size but get the advantages of the magwell.

Which grips are those? Are they the ETC/FRAG Zebra?


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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby flechero » Sat Sep 03, 2016 8:24 pm

Yes- ETC Frag in Black/Gray.


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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby casp625 » Mon Sep 05, 2016 1:43 am

flechero wrote:Yes- ETC Frag in Black/Gray.

Alright cool. I just ordered some ETC/FRAG in Zebra - VZ having a 15% off sale for labor day weekend. :)


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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby ntexaschl » Sun Dec 11, 2016 9:18 pm

Here's one of mine:


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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby casp625 » Sun Dec 11, 2016 11:24 pm

ntexaschl wrote:Here's one of mine:


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That looks good! I also just picked up Tucker The Answer IWB holster and alternate between that and the HF1 :cheers2:

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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby C-dub » Sat Jul 15, 2017 12:23 pm

I'm reviving this not toooo old thread to ask a couple questions about this HF1 holster for any that have experience with it.

How is the forward cant? It doesn't look too much. I prefer a more straight up draw and this looks minimal and probably acceptable for my taste.

I've also been considering a thumb break, but have read that it is only really necessary for someone that would be more actively involved while carrying such as a LEO that might end up wrestling with some BG and would prefer to not have their gun fall out while doing so. For those with a somewhat less active lifestyle or probability the normal amount of retention offered by the fit of the holster and tension due to the belt would suffice. Is that ya'lls experience with the HF1?
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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby PBratton » Sat Jul 15, 2017 5:07 pm

C-dub wrote:I'm reviving this not toooo old thread to ask a couple questions about this HF1 holster for any that have experience with it.

How is the forward cant? It doesn't look too much. I prefer a more straight up draw and this looks minimal and probably acceptable for my taste.

I've also been considering a thumb break, but have read that it is only really necessary for someone that would be more actively involved while carrying such as a LEO that might end up wrestling with some BG and would prefer to not have their gun fall out while doing so. For those with a somewhat less active lifestyle or probability the normal amount of retention offered by the fit of the holster and tension due to the belt would suffice. Is that ya'lls experience with the HF1?


I have had no trouble with mine. Solid retainage4 with 3, 4 and 5 inch 1911's.
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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby C-dub » Sat Jul 15, 2017 5:55 pm

PBratton wrote:
C-dub wrote:I'm reviving this not toooo old thread to ask a couple questions about this HF1 holster for any that have experience with it.

How is the forward cant? It doesn't look too much. I prefer a more straight up draw and this looks minimal and probably acceptable for my taste.

I've also been considering a thumb break, but have read that it is only really necessary for someone that would be more actively involved while carrying such as a LEO that might end up wrestling with some BG and would prefer to not have their gun fall out while doing so. For those with a somewhat less active lifestyle or probability the normal amount of retention offered by the fit of the holster and tension due to the belt would suffice. Is that ya'lls experience with the HF1?


I have had no trouble with mine. Solid retainage4 with 3, 4 and 5 inch 1911's.

:thumbs2: Great, that's what I was hoping to hear.
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Re: Tucker Leather HF1

Postby longtooth » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:18 pm

I Have two. Both are great. May be some holsters as good but none any better. My opinion. YMMV.
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