Very nice of you to take the time to hook him up like that.
This is a discussion on Gave IWB holster away to CCW`er. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My cousin moved to Ga. He is retired and was in the market for a holster. I told him of Super Cross and MTAC. New ...
My cousin moved to Ga. He is retired and was in the market for a holster. I told him of Super Cross and MTAC. New wife, bills, car note, etc. He balked, and said I want a shoulder holster.
I told him that I had an extra Kydex holster laying around that I would send him. A week went by (work) and I got around to looking for the holster. DUH! the holster is for a different gun than I had thought. Did not want to call him with the bad news, so I emailed him.
Told him to hold tight.
Went to the local gun shop and they had an off brand IWB for the gun my cousin has. I bought it and sent it to him.
He called me and thanked me for the holster. He explained how the IWB holster is so comfortable, sitting in his car it is not even noticeable. He said its as if the gun is not there. Thanks man, wow. Now I know what you mean.
I told him I love him, and enjoy the holster. He is two years older than me.
See, an "Old Dog" can learn new tricks.
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Thats called a HABU- Hook A Brother Up!
That was nice of you! Karma will come back around to help you out!
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hey thats good to hear you took care of your cousin.
there's another guy I know just like that named Bosco. Another classy guy like yourself
Just recently I had someone do that for me too....It's good to know there are still good people in the world....I couldn't say thanks enough.....Good Karma will come back around eventually....
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Now that's going above and beyond in your duties. For this act of unselfishness, I bequeath unto you one gold star. Wear it in health and prosperity.
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