Video: The CrossBreed Holsters Story

Watch this American Rifleman TV segment to learn how CrossBreed Holsters creates custom-quality holsters at everyday Joe prices, how to get the best out of your CrossBreed holster and more.

posted on August 12, 2020

In 2019 American Rifleman TV shared the story behind one of the most iconic names in concealed carry, CrossBreed Holsters. Although it may be difficult to believe, this best-loved holster brand began a mere 15 years ago when founder Mark Craighead just couldn’t find a holster he liked. A dedicated shooter and CCW permit holder, Craighead had the novel idea to mate Kydex to leather to create a “crossbreed” holster that would offer the best of both materials.

As with all tales of American ingenuity, that’s only the beginning of the CrossBreed story. Built on a foundation of unapologetic Christianity, Craighead’s inspiration and dedication to those morals created a company strong enough to survive his passing. When Mark was unexpectedly called home to his Savior in 2012, his wife, Carol, took on his mantle and his mission … with results that speak for themselves.

In this episode of ARTV, learn the rest of the story behind CrossBreed Holsters—how they create custom-quality holsters at everyday Joe prices, how to get the best out of your CrossBreed holster and more.

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