Doing it right.
This is a discussion on Doing it right. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I tell ya what friends I have finally decided to carry the 1911 full time and I have decided to order a the Def Con ...
April 5th, 2006 12:51 AM
Doing it right.
I tell ya what friends I have finally decided to carry the 1911 full time and I have decided to order a the Def Con holster from Gary. My wife came home from work and saw me filling out the form and gave me the look.
The sad thing about it is I kinda felt good and bad kinda like when I spent over 200.00 dollars for CCW Class and license, but you know it was a good choice and I would not look back. I am looking forward to sending my money to Gary tomorrow and waiting on my holster. Next, I got to get a belt. I tell you really have to invest if you want to do this thing right. Gary seems to really be passionate about his stuff and realizes the importance of a good product at a good price.
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April 5th, 2006 12:56 AM
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Blue - it is indeed true - investment is needed to do CCW well - IMO anyways.
Gary and all our great holster guys are certainly very passionate about what they make - something I think we can be very pleased to have available to us.
Once set up well, then the rest is pretty much a breeze and all the trouble and cost is vindicated. Glad you are making good progress and opting for a great full time carry.
Chris - P95
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April 5th, 2006 01:05 AM
Very true... and there isn't any other way to do CCW. If you don't do it well, don't do it at all.
Originally Posted by P95Carry
Sometimes we have to bite the bullet ( for the bad pun) and pay for the quality we can trust.
When you get into CCW, you are putting your life in the equipment you carry.
"If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it
would be reasonable to shoot back with your own
Dalai Lama - May 15, 2001, The Seattle Times
April 5th, 2006 02:40 AM
Good choice on the Def-Con holster. You will be very happy with it. I have one for my 1911, it is a great holster, as is all of Gary's work.
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April 5th, 2006 03:02 AM
I belive your life is worth way more than, $200 + holster/belt + 1911.
The sad thing about it is I kinda felt good and bad kinda like when I spent over 200.00 dollars for CCW Class and license, but you know it was a good choice and I would not look back.
April 6th, 2006 09:12 AM
Congratulations Blue, you're gonna be amazed how easily and comfortably that 1911 carries in Gary's gear. I assume you're talking about one of Gary's belts too? Yes, it can be fairly expensive initially gearing up in custom leather but it's money well spent and it isn't something that has to be repeated very often. Ya' done good!