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    So she got the shoes; now how 'bout the dress? Are you gonna get a new holster, too?
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    What some may view as a chunk of metal and a piece of wood its actually a beautiful work of art. Thanks for sharing this. Great photo!

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    Thanks. How does it work with speedloaders? Is there enough clearance? Also, from the side you show, there is not screw holding it on. How does it attach to the gun? Also, how does the gun conceal with these grips? I appreciate your input.

    I recently picked up a K-frame (Model 15-3) and am looking at options for it as I may have to have shoulder surgery to my off-hand shoulder. I am trying to make my K-frame as easy to shoot one-handed as possible.
    HKS 10 speedloaders work perfectly. More than enough clearance.

    The screw mount on the right side grip panel is internal leaving a nice clean look.

    I installed a new Wolff mainspring and it smoothed up the trigger pull.

    Jeff Hays of Hays Holsters made a convertible pancake holster for my M-15 with belt slots for OWB and removable straps for IWB.

    He also made a cutout for the adjustable rear sight and inside and outside protection for the hammer spur.

    It conceals as good as my Glock-23 and better than my Glock-21 but not as good as my S&W Model 36.

    I am very pleased with the entire rig. Belt is a 30 year old Bianchi.

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    Last edited by Old School; February 6th, 2012 at 12:25 PM.
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