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    Indeed, the Floodlight is quite bulky. When I...

    Indeed, the Floodlight is quite bulky. When I first pulled mine from the bag, my first thought was “massive.” A model-specific holster would, in most cases, probably be less bulky.
    I have doubts...
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    Look for text, on your phone. First, I need to...

    Look for text, on your phone. First, I need to confirm I remember which name matches TGS.
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    In addition to the examples already posted by...

    In addition to the examples already posted by other members, a “bag gun” can be a second gun, when one is carrying a weapon concealed under the clothing. The bag gun might well be a larger gun, for...
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    Hmm, I have one of the Kelty sling bags, and had...

    Hmm, I have one of the Kelty sling bags, and had always thought it was a bit tight for a full-sized Glock G17, but y’all’s posts prompted me to try, and yes, indeed, a G17 will fit into a Kelty, with...
  5. Thread: Glocks (again)

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    Well, I switched to a DAK* SIG duty pistol in...

    Well, I switched to a DAK* SIG duty pistol in 2004, and went all-in with SIG for a number of years, so it is difficult to recall much about my Gen3 Glocks, which I only used for a couple of years....
  6. Thread: Glocks (again)

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    Quoting okie john: “Glocks are harder to shoot as...

    Quoting okie john: “Glocks are harder to shoot as well as some other pistols because the trigger pull is so long and heavy.”

    Sorry, but this made me laugh, to myself. (Not that okie john is...
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    Informative image; thanks. I have some long-tail...

    Informative image; thanks. I have some long-tail sun hoodies, and think I may well be able to wear the light-bearing Enigma, with Floodlight, outisde my trail-running shorts, under the hoody, and be...
  8. The holster-able/briefcase-able PDW factor was...

    The holster-able/briefcase-able PDW factor was what sold me on a red-dotted pistol. (I am not sold on the idea of toting an AR-ish “pistol” inside a huge sling bag.) I bought a milled G45 slide,...
  9. Thread: Swampfox Optics

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    Sage Dynamics’ drop tests are truly brutal....

    Sage Dynamics’ drop tests are truly brutal. Anything that survives his testing should last me for a lifetime.

    It is not that I am defending this, or any other Swampfox product. I am committed to...
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    Thanks for the nostalgic moment. My Jovino...

    Thanks for the nostalgic moment. My Jovino Effector was a 25-2, .45 ACP, bought new. Like all N-Frames, it was too large for me to shoot DA, while maintaining a proper grip, so, with my K/L-sized...
  11. I’ll echo those who are saying that the older...

    I’ll echo those who are saying that the older ones were ergonomically better. My wife’s 870 has one of the old Laser Products on hers; graceful and functional. I had one or two of the intermediate...
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    Yes, a Safepacker, from The Wilderness dot com....

    Yes, a Safepacker, from The Wilderness dot com. Put any sling or strap you want on its D-rings.

    The Wilderness sells a sling to match, but anything that can attach to D-rings will do.
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    Have Floodlight; awaiting my chance to order the...

    Have Floodlight; awaiting my chance to order the LB Enigma. I saw my notification e-mail(s) too late, so, await the next chance. It is not that I have generally carried WMLs on concealed carry guns,...
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    A life well-lived. Godspeed.

    A life well-lived.

    Godspeed.
  15. Thread: Glock 19 or 45?

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    I was never vexed by any Glock “hump,” and never...

    I was never vexed by any Glock “hump,” and never understood why anyone had an issue with it. As of the Gen4 models, the G19 and G17 fit me just fine, and “felt good.” They “pointed” the same, for me....
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    Probably not, if Kydex, or other thermal-molded...

    Probably not, if Kydex, or other thermal-molded plastic. Leather? Well, probably. One common Safariland 070 was made to fit the Python and GP100, but the 070 for the L-Frames was a different SKU....
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    Did a truly qualified firearms examiner confirm...

    Did a truly qualified firearms examiner confirm sear failure?

    Did a truly qualified firearms examiner confirm that the grip safety had been properly fitted, and was functioning properly?

    Is the...
  18. Well-done! Thanks!

    Well-done! Thanks!
  19. Well, it appears that Eventbrite is working for...

    Well, it appears that Eventbrite is working for me, this time. Both of the ways they failed me, in the past, have been successful, this time. I look forward to the event!
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    I have not worked-out the weight part, but Uinta...

    I have not worked-out the weight part, but Uinta Precision has my attention. Fits onto AR15 lowers.

    https://uintahprecision.com/
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    Now and then, I get in-stock notices, via e-mail,...

    Now and then, I get in-stock notices, via e-mail, from Primary Arms (mostly AR15/M4 stuff, such as the LMT Advanced BCG) and Midway USA, for ammo. Some stuff is trickling through the supply chain,...
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    This. I am staying with 6-shootin’ GP100 .357...

    This. I am staying with 6-shootin’ GP100 .357 revolvin’ pistols, for these reasons.
  23. Surefire LX2, or similar. I normally hold it in a...

    Surefire LX2, or similar. I normally hold it in a way that some have termed the “Cigar hold,” but might use a neck index hold, situationally.

    There is nothing revolver-specific about this, in my...
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    An Enigma, listed as “New, Unused,” on the evil...

    An Enigma, listed as “New, Unused,” on the evil bay, just finished at $460, with 33 bids. IIRC, it started at $100. I reckon that some folks have more money, than patience.
  25. Half an hour? Yep, SCUBA tank, a regulator, and...

    Half an hour? Yep, SCUBA tank, a regulator, and all of the maintenance that entails. Be sure to secure the rig, so it stays in place during that collision. This project is going to require a high...
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