Catch This Guys Finger

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    Catch This Guys Finger

    Check out this guys index finger in this self charging holster demonstration picture series. Especially the last pic.
    Maybe I'll see if I can actually get the pic put up here.


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    If that little Mak has a good SA trigger like mine do, well lets just say he's gonna bleed on his next photo shoot. What a DUMB A$$!

    Send this in to Letterman when he starts "Stupid People Tricks"...... :chairshot

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    More Finger

    That is more finger than I've ever seen stuck through a trigger guard in a long time.
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    Holy moly - I hope no one sees that pic and thinks it is SOP!!

    For sure, I know my Mak on SA when cocked really does not need a huge pressure to fire - that is just insane.!!
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    Maybe I am slow, what is the point to the holster in the first place? And if you can rack the slide thru the holster the triggr must be exposed while its in the holster(not good).

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    They should make a IWB version of it. :1saufen:

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    I only know what I read about that holster.
    The holster will allow you to carry your firearm empty with no round in the chamber and then chamber a round & make the firearm hot & ready to rock...as part of the draw sequence.
    But, Why carry an empty pistol (make it READY to fire) & then do that???...to be SAFE? I am confused.

    I just can't believe that "the above person" is (in effect) acting as a WEB Firearm Instructor in teaching a draw from that particular holster.

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    OK Here Is The Address

    In Case You Want To Order One
    That must be Valery A. Kovalchuk himself in the photo. The Engineer.
    Anybody want to contact The Chief Director & inform him about that finger in the trigger guard?
    You'll get sent to Siberia.

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    Last person I saw with that much finger through the guard was 5 years old, and the gun shot caps!!
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    Pretty Dumb

    But the concept is not new.

    There was a technique shown in Chic Gaylord's book for racking the slide of an M1911 pistol in the G.I. flap holster.


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    I see the Darwin Awards are about to start in Russia too.

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    In Case You Have Any Questions

    Q: Is the «EFA» holster suitable for different pistol models?
    A: Our engineers are now adjusting manufacture of holsters for such pistol models as «Stechkin», «Vector», «Kedr», «PKSK», «Yarygin».

    Well, that leaves me out!


    Q: Does personnel need special training to use your holster?
    A: No, it's not necessary at all. The mechanism of the holster is so simple that it is enough to try it couple times.

    Obviously Zero ~ Absolutely no training at all is required.
    Looks Like Guy In Picture Only Try It "Couple Times"

    Q: What types of carrying the holster are available?
    A: Design of a clip provides different ways of carrying the holster: on the belt, on the thigh or on the shin, under the shoulder or on the chest. The clip provides firm and reliable fixation of the holster. The clip can be modified to order as well.

    Anybody know where I can buy an American OTS (On The Shin) Holster?

    Q: Is it possible to use «EFA» holster outdoor in rainy, snowy or cold weather? or....in Siberia?
    A: Sure. «EFA» holsters are made of water-resistant thermoplastics which are regularly tested and provide high toughness and durability of the product.

    Q: How is the pistol fixed in the «EFA-2» through action model?
    A: «EFA-2» model has a special resilient valve which provides firm fixation of the pistol in the holster.

    Huh?

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    Its not the amount of finger on the trigger that I commented about earlier....its the finger on the trigger as the gun is cocked and hot while still in the holster........... :1clogefah

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    Smile

    My MAK has a pretty heavy spring, and if I pushed down on the holstered weapon hard enough to rack the slide, my pants would fall off.

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