my new shoulder harness damn thing is so comfy to wear hard to find a good fitting one without droping a ton $
He loves it.
That a CZ in the rig?
I'm kinda if a CZ fanatic, do action and trigger jobs on them and also convert them back and forth from SA to SA/DA.
I'm not so fast running the course doing IPSC but I average high on the A's, never below 30 A's and 6 C's in a 36 round course.
I had a disk blow out and wrap around my spinal cord and they operated 4 times to get it all out. Still not totally sure on my feet twisting and turning when running with a loaded gun in my hands.
So I tend to stay around 3 - 8 place out of 20 - 30 shooters.
i was talking about the rig thats the store pic.
hey though thats respectiable placing nothing to be sneazed at,
sorry to hear that about youre back.
how old are you? i'm 44 no physical problems yet
I want to make one once I have everything setup. Though I'll probably make it so it is not totally vertical but with a slight slant. The jackass rig (horizontal) is nice though I'm not out in the woods enough to really get to use it that way. Only time a shoulder rig is useable down here is winter and we only wear a flannel most times.
i wear them from Oct until about May temp was 55 degrees today here then switch to belt holster when it warms up
49 chronologically in a couple of months.
Back was a long time coming, young and dumb adds up over the years. lol
I'm a map of walking scars between the back, liver transplant and cutting the top of my arm in half years back. Not including all the crap from the fighting and stuff growing up. LOL
Between myself and my older brother my mother was Gray in her 30's
just damn lucky for some reason. Rolled a car 6 times in North Carolina. Cliff diving, cut my hip open doing that didn't get stiches. I even got my fringers cought in a snow blower and still have all my digits but the left hand doesn't like to get chilled. jumped off a cycle doing about 40 mph just tucked and rolled no prob like i said just damn lucky
I mean seriously, if we didn't do the things we did would it really be living?
I mean it, I've been very lucky over all, many times over I could have ended up dead. But it's kind of weird, never really feel in total control or alive unless I was at the point of loosing it all and knowing I could hang on.
Not that way so much anymore, though i have my moments. Wife and kids kind of calmed me down allot over the years. Still there are times I forget myself and piss my wife off to no end. She is still not allowing me to get another Cycle after the last time I dumped mine and sold it for parts.
she keeps walking into my office but not saying anything
from Pistol Packaging,not a big fan of it though,only if i'm going into the city.
I carry a large frame 40 so the wieght drags on my hip