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  1. Lol... I’m still new to this. I saw the DAA. Why do you like them better? Right now I see the safariland for $130. The DAA were much more then that. The one reason I’m leaning toward the “open” style holster as opposed to a kydex is I really don’t want to put any holster wear on the gun. Like I said I’m new to this and speed and scores are really not a concern right now. My 3 main goals are have fun, don’t embarrass yourself and don’t shoot yourself.
  2. I’m picking up a 1911 soon and am looking at the Safariland 014 holster for it. As far as I can tell I’ll still be able to shoot in the limited class with that holster. Am I correct? Thanks, Tony
  3. I tried this, didn’t work to well. Ended up just buying a 10 rounder.
  4. Again very nice. I like your taste. But I’m not sure if it’s tachti-cool enough for the boy. I’ll have to run it by him.
  5. Yeah it was tops on my list till I spoke to a few people that have them. Between their feedback and what I’ve read/seen online I’m disappointed.
  6. Very cool. That might be on the list down the road. Right now I’m looking for a handgun for the kid in 22. Leaning toward the Ruger SR22 but am open to better suggestions. Looking for a gun to fit a youngsters hands so am not sure a 1911 will work.
  7. Take the band off and stick it on some other cheap cigar. Smoke the ‘26. Just do it when you can sit down and enjoy it.
  8. Very happy with mine. Did send it back for the "upgrade". Sig was awesome with customer service. A few thousand rounds thru it with no problems. I did recently change the trigger to an Apex flat trigger. Love it.
  9. I’m just starting out myself so by no means am I an expert. But after researching I went with Safariland brand belt, holster and this holster hanger. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1016613589/safariland-uspsa-kit-adjustable-hanger-for-5198-holsters Haven’t used it in competition yet but holster drawing at home using my itarget setup I’ve found it very comfortable and was able to easily adjust position to where I like it.
  10. +1. At that price point there are many other great options as Ray pointed out.
  11. Tony did you get charged tax? I just ordered 2 cases and was surprised to see tax added. I thought they only do that if there is a store in the state, has some thing changed?
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  13. Anybody using a .22 conversion kit on their 556 AR? I plan on getting a .22 AR for the kid down the road, but am thinking of getting a conversion kit for myself. Reasons would be cheaper to shoot and stay proficient with my rifle. Not sure if there are any cons.
  14. Awesome, thanks for the info. How is your holster attached to the belt? I'm looking to drop mine down and have it off my body a little. I was looking at the USPSA kit or the model 6281drop adapter. Are you using either one?
  15. I'm also interested in this system but all the parts and numbers is a little confusing to what I need when looking at the web site. Is there a local store to go to that has stock of safariland products? Can you guys list the parts, model numbers would be great, of what your rig consists of? Thanks
  16. I’m pretty well stocked up but couldn’t pass on this deal. Thanks.
  17. Lmao....great stuff. The mirror one is my favorite.
  18. I’m going to try and show up to check things out. Is there a place I can find the full schedule for steel challenge events at CJ?
  19. This is the way I was thinking of shooting. Although I not so sure my eyes are that good anymore. Vortex seems to be a good choice. I think I messed up by not buying one when they were on sale before the holidays.
  20. Ok I have an equipment question. What would be a good optic to choose for the AR? This question is not so much for what’s the best brand, but is just a red dot good enough or would I be better off with some type of magnification?
  21. Lol I hear you. I’m a double espresso guy, never thought I’d drink something called a latte. But it’s so easy even a caveman can do it.
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