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I’ve only ever used them on my 92fs and my M9A3. I have multiple Blackhawk serpas that were provided to me by the US taxpayers (thanks for that) and they work just fine for my intended purposes.I bought a Serpa for my 1911 long before anyone discovered that they were problematic. It was bought as a cheap range holster, not for carry purposes. I have a 1911 Blue Gun and I've tried it many times to see if my finger ends up in the trigger. Never, I use the finger flat to release the holster and my trigger finger ends up along the frame every time.
I certainly don't recommend these holsters, but if you train properly I don't think they are as disasterous as most people make them out to be.
I have a couple of Orpaz holsters and they are pretty good for the money as range holsters.
the other reason to go safariland is for their mounting options like the QLS. Everything else I’ve seen in the same safariland price range is garbage.
I appreciate the decent response without the childish elitist snobbery.At the risk of turning this into a holsters thread - this is only my second but I promise this will be my last comment.
I pointed out the Safariland ALS holster because our friend @SKumar set a $30-40 price range and at that price point there is no better proven retention holster, in my opinion.
However if he wanted to risk moths escaping by opening his now famously tight wallet a little further, then I would recommend my choice for a retention holster from G-Code and its RTS mounting system options.
Note: Use their 'Drop pistol platform' from a High Speed Gear belt and it's the dog's balls for "the range" or ranging far and wide in the post apocalyptic wasteland that will follow COVID 2024 (sign up for your boosters now!)
Apparently, they're doing this for a range of products. Looks like you can buy online, ship to store, and get the gift card immediately. Be careful to check if the gift card pays in full or partial.
i received the second one i ordered and installed it, the first one is still rotating somewhere in the UPS guts - they claim missed delivery yesterday, but no one showed up.That’s $30 less than I have ever seen the Adaptable. I have several TriggerTech triggers in everything from a Bergara to a Sig MCX Virtus to several different AR15 and LR308 builds. As far as I’m concerned it is the best trigger out there.
ETA At this price I had to order one, even though I have no idea where I’m going to use it.
The selling point is the cans say LGB. Other cans don’tWasn’t worth it’s own thread. Though their normal (un-engraved) M2A1 cans aren’t bad at $55 for three. And I think their four pack of 30 cal M19A1 cans in a wooden ammo crate for $60 ($15 per can) is a good deal.
Aren’t those one in the same?Will this spot BRANDON, or just birdbrains
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