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3 years 13 weeks ago, 10:58 PM

dave329

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Tell me what you all think of theese rigs?
I just bought one that is fully adjustable with the platform. Fits most all my guns well.
Just wanted to get opinions. Not to mention i am bored lol

3 years 13 weeks ago, 12:42 AM

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In an all out conflict it would be very useful and where you can carry openly. Runs should have some insight on the use of them in combative situations for sure. As should all recent combat vets and some LEO's.

A few of the guys mess around with them at the range and seem to do ok with them.

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
3 years 13 weeks ago, 5:15 AM

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Thigh Holsters

I love the Blackhawk Serpa holster. Very secure, and very fast. I haven't tried the level 3 retention holster yet. I also like the Safariland 6004, but I did break the plunger spring that locks the retention hood in place from dry fire practice. The Blackhawk Omega holster is a goot quality thumb break holster if you prefer nylon. Whatever you do, stay the hell away from Uncle Mike's holsters. Fucking garbage

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
3 years 12 weeks ago, 9:21 PM

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Mike's products are another example of: you get what you pay for. Their stuff is cheap, but for something like a soft sided case for my .22 henry, its perfectly fine. Would I trust in their products for a holster? No.

"...one is allowed to resist against the unjust aggressor to one's life [...] even 'til the aggressor’s death. In fact, this act is aimed at preserving one’s life and to make the aggressor powerless. Thus, it is a good act" - Thomas Aquinas
3 years 12 weeks ago, 4:43 PM

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i really like my Uncle Mikes Kydex for my G26,it has two retention screws and can be worn either as a belt slide or paddle,i have been happy with either but prefer the belt slide,i also have a FOBUS kydex for my G26,now thats a POS,its a paddle holster and its flimsy,no retention screws and there is an annoying screw head where the paddle attaches to the holster that i jamb my thumb fingernail on when i am drawing the gun.

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
2 years 4 weeks ago, 4:59 PM

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I just bought one, and I love it. It will enable me to carry comfortably while still holding on to my rifle and a second pistol on my vest. Don't forget to add a dump pouch to your system.

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