P64 and new Rhome holster

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    P64 and new Rhome holster

    Here's the new holster that arrived today. I am wearing it now, and I must say I don't even know it's on. It's so light and the way the holster is made lets your hip and butt support the pistol more than the belt, too bad I didn't get this ordered sooner. I have to go back to work Thursday and will be away until probaly late December or so. Here's the picture now, and I'll shut up.

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    And remember the size of this gun. Holster and gun are the size of my open palm.

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    Nice work and design....kind of a semi offset loop design. Very cool.
    Shoot well and god bless
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Larsen View Post
    Nice work and design....kind of a semi offset loop design. Very cool.
    Shoot well and god bless
    Yes, this works real nice to. The first one that Rhome made for the 1911 felt and rode really well. But after wearing it for several days and being hot and humid here. I found out that I needed to shift the holster from time to time to keep from getting a hot spot. The loops on that one was fixed so it straddled my side belt loop, but there was no room to move it forward or backwards. If I snapped the rear loop in front of the belt loop it was too far forward. The same if I moved it back. So after talking with Rhome, he has sent me a new loop set up that just screws on in place of the old. The new set up has the loops spaced out wide to give just a little freedom to move the holster some.

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    Fiddlesticks! Now I'll have to get a P64 to go with my PA63! :)

    Nice rig!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DizTbone View Post
    Fiddlesticks! Now I'll have to get a P64 to go with my PA63! :)

    Nice rig!!!!

    Michael
    It's a little smaller than the PA63, it holds one round less and is a little shorter in the barrel also. But a real nice little carry.

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    The guns are completely different. The p64 is kinda iffy, as Ive experienced in reliability.....3 out of 4 had trouble and the FEG is an excellent little gun.
    Animal ....not a slam against your gun. I assume its a shooter if its a carry gun for you. K? I carry an SMC 380 as a once in a while pocket gun and its yet to have a failure of any kind.

    Shoot well..........btw nice holster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Larsen View Post
    The guns are completely different. The p64 is kinda iffy, as Ive experienced in reliability.....3 out of 4 had trouble and the FEG is an excellent little gun.
    Animal ....not a slam against your gun. I assume its a shooter if its a carry gun for you. K? I carry an SMC 380 as a once in a while pocket gun and its yet to have a failure of any kind.

    Shoot well..........btw nice holster
    First thing to do with the P64 is change out the Hammer spring with one for a Walther PPK from Wolff. I put a 16# in mine, some are putting a 14# in them. Eric, I know you're not slamming it, buddy. And I'm ready to listen to anything that anyone has to say. I take anything like this as a heads up to a friend.

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    That is pretty! I am going to have to save up for a holster or two from him.

    Looks like quality work too.

    We will be looking for you when you are back from working AK. Take care a be careful out there!
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    Animal.... Im glad yours runs like it should .the hammer spring trick is a great fix for them from what Ive heard. 3 of the ones Ive shot had decocker prob's. 1 would actually come on safe while shooting and the gun would cease to continue shooting. Would make for a bad day if it was a CCW.
    Id love one if Id had better luck with them....
    My Makarov mold is a Bulgarian shooter thats carried almost everyday.
    Same with my little FEG......
    Shoot well and god bless
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Larsen View Post
    Animal.... Im glad yours runs like it should .the hammer spring trick is a great fix for them from what Ive heard. 3 of the ones Ive shot had decocker prob's. 1 would actually come on safe while shooting and the gun would cease to continue shooting. Would make for a bad day if it was a CCW.
    Id love one if Id had better luck with them....
    My Makarov mold is a Bulgarian shooter thats carried almost everyday.
    Same with my little FEG......
    Shoot well and god bless
    Eric thanks you the heads up on that, this may be somthing that I need to check on further. I don't carry this one much, it's more my truck gun. I'm waiting on your holster for the CZ100. Now that's going to be a sweet carry.

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    Hey guys, Rhome is moving to Madera in early (very early ) September, so give him a day or two to recoup! If you aren't busy, come on by and help unload furniture; I have already been drafted...
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftyjuan View Post
    Hey guys, Rhome is moving to Madera in early (very early ) September, so give him a day or two to recoup! If you aren't busy, come on by and help unload furniture; I have already been drafted...
    Sorry that I'm not closer. It's probably a good thing, I'd be over there worrying you guys to death.

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    Come on over! Shooters can never worry either of us to death-Rhome is the talented one; it's unfortunate that he is so ugly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftyjuan View Post
    Come on over! Shooters can never worry either of us to death-Rhome is the talented one; it's unfortunate that he is so ugly...
    Maybe I can make it out Yall's way some day. I'm heading to CA. this trip. LA, and San Diego, and Portland OR.

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