This is a discussion on My New One: a Biggie: within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by multistage A monster. Looks very nice. Who is Jerry Miculek? I'm kidding. Some may not know: Jerry Miculek is a world class ...
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A great looking revolver!
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Can't use it until I shoot to try it and the gun is with Alessi Holsters which is in my area, they're using my actual gun as the mold to make my holster. But I saw a video, looks like it takes a few second to load and extract - THAT will be a blessing. And I'll have the holster next week.
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Thanks everyone for their kind comments.
I've been Carrying the gun regularly to get used to it: with my "rig": Alessi holster (they make them in my area) custom made for that gun, they used it for the mold, it fits like a glove, then a sharkskin, thick belt and a pair of those Perry Suspenders I mentioned - with all that the gun feels a good pound lighter and it feels glued to my body with that holster, no movement whatsoever and I walk a lot, but no "bounce" at all.
I'll end up Carrying it some of the time, (it is still a big hunker of a gun, rig or not).
I really like the BMT Moonclip extractor and loader, now I can shoot the gun more that I can use that, takes seconds to use - it's worth the $80 (though it's just two pieces of plastic).
Really nice "find" - I always wanted a .45 revolver. Very happy with it - and boy, is it accurate!