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    It was a modified martian particle ray destructor holster
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    I was curious too, but I never did get a good look at it.

    It was molded plastic so it wouldn't surprise me if it was Fobus or Uncle Mike's. Some of their stuff is okay but some of it makes me shake my head while scratching it and thinking, "What in the name of all that is holy?"

    This was one of those times.

    Jeff, I'll have to look up that holster online and see if that was, indeed, it. I don't think it was the 92 he was complaining about. I think it was the PT145 or one of the 24/7 series.

    Which is absolutely hilarious because he did come back yesterday and he was leaving just as I was coming back from lunch and I saw he had bought a gun. I went over and looked at his paperwork and guess what he bought?....

    A Taurus.

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    I just realized that the forum is showing me as the originator of this thread. I have no idea how that happened, I just responded to Limatunes original post!
    Last edited by Captain Crunch; May 1st, 2008 at 01:04 PM. Reason: This was caused by the time stamp being out of whack.
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    Maybe he is just so smart and wise with the whole gun holster thing he made it himself from a vision..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodLark View Post
    I just realized that the forum is showing me as the originator of this thread. I have no idea how that happened, I just responded to Limatunes original post!
    Talk about taking over a thread!!

    Regarding the earlier comment about switching to an internal laser, I tried out the internal laser on a G21. It worked OK, but the extended slide lock used to switch it on and off hung up on my Comp-Tac kydex holsters. Too easy for the laser to be switched on in the holster and exhaust the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodLark View Post
    I just realized that the forum is showing me as the originator of this thread. I have no idea how that happened, I just responded to Limatunes original post!
    Don't worry about it.

    We had an upgrade and the time stamps got messed up for awhile.

    Its all right!!

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    You should have bought the gun and made him throw in whole rig. (Just for the pictures.) Would be doing everybody with in the sweep zone a lot safer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HITCH KING View Post
    You should have bought the gun and made him throw in whole rig. (Just for the pictures.) Would be doing everybody with in the sweep zone a lot safer.
    I say let him keep it. The rest of us are probably safer if he's carrying in a holster that doesn't want to let go of his gun.

    Too bad for him, though.
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    Snicker---> Grin.....

    The kind of guy that keeps the attention off us CONCEALED carriers.... almost as bad as the drop loop coat hanger rig a kid from Mississippi used when I was in the Navy... Thanks for sharing Lima...
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    I'm thinking this is the one.




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    Sounds like a classic case of being armed....but not dangerous, unless dangerous to those standing around him. Maybe just suggest he carry his glock at the bottom of a duffle bag and a round in his shirt pocket.
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    That must be one of them Barney Fife Super Tactical Laser holsters, though Barney has to keep the mag in a pouch and not in the gun ... in accordance with safety rules and all, you know...
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    I remember when I first started carrying, I used a cheap Uncle Mike's nylon holster with an adjustable snap thumb break. Then I got myself educated about various holsters, and I come to dislike any type of holster that uses a thumb break, and am glad I found the Blackhawk Serpa holsters. They're more pricey than the cheaper Uncle Mike's holsters, but you can't put a price on life.
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    Everybody needs to learn lessons from buying holsters that do not work for them and some may be a little overly cautious for my taste, but that might not be all that bad in some cases.

    It's not a bad idea to show them how you carry. They may not know any better.

    Not to say that how I carry is "The way to carry," but it works for me.
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