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Old 11-12-2020, 07:31 AM   #1
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A few Glocks.

Gen 5 19x, Gen 5 19, Gen 5 26 Gen4 17

So now will wait for the Mouth of the Internet to start spouting off how bad they are, like always.
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Old 11-12-2020, 08:14 AM   #2
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I'm still waiting on a field (retention) holster for the CZ P01 to come in. Ordered it a little over a month ago, and supposedly will be another month before it comes in. Have concealment and open-top competition holsters for it, but I like some retention in a field holster unless it's a crossdraw where it's right in front of me. Getting on & off the four-wheeler or tractor, cutting & moving brush, all kinds of things want to grab or snag an open-carried pistol when in the woods.
 
Old 11-12-2020, 09:27 AM   #3
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I'm still waiting on a field (retention) holster for the CZ P01 to come in. Ordered it a little over a month ago, and supposedly will be another month before it comes in. Have concealment and open-top competition holsters for it, but I like some retention in a field holster unless it's a crossdraw where it's right in front of me. Getting on & off the four-wheeler or tractor, cutting & moving brush, all kinds of things want to grab or snag an open-carried pistol when in the woods.
so put it under your shirt. it's supposed to be so "carryable'. i've worn a GM 1911 for many a long day doing chores. sometimes also with a .22lr pistol, too, cause most of the time the shots were at small stuff and I had horrible problems getting .45 ammo. i had to cast with a single cavity mold when my parents were gone, using the kitchen stove. I had to size and lube them by hand, with a die from a Lyman 310 tool, then load them with a lee handloader. and i had to cut the cases out of .45 L Colt cases. So i didn' fire them at rabbits. It always had to be concealed. I used to carry a .44 cap and ball concealed, under a shirt, on a motorcycle, too, as a skinny 17 year old kid. I wore it 'cavalry style" butt forward, behind the hip
 
 
Old 11-12-2020, 09:43 AM   #4
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For concealed carry I do carry under my shirt, at roughly two o'clock (what has recently become fashionable & called 'appendix' carry), and have done so since the late 80's. Initially a Detonics mini-1911 in a Sparks EX, before 'aiwb' holsters were a thing.

But for a field holster, I prefer a normal OWB belt holster; either strongside or crossdraw. And strongside owb in the woods I want some retention - can be a simple thumb snap even; doesn't have to be anything exotic. For that matter, even my current crossdraw holster has a retention thumbsnap. Doesn't hurt anything and gives a better level of security when I'm actually working (or even playing) in the woods. For a range holster I don't care one way or the other too much about the retention consideration, but for rough-travel or other activities it's a good thing to have.
 
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