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Thread: LL's revolver quest, got a WC GP100

  1. #291
    Quote Originally Posted by 03RN View Post

    Other good options are jox and cd-2's flipped iwb at 12 oclock ahead of an aiwb holster. I utilize both. I use the jox when I carry iwb which I have to do at the nicu
    That’s a good idea on flipping the CD-2s. I had not thought of that. Going to give it a try.
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  2. #292
    Quote Originally Posted by rcbusmc24 View Post
    I'm not gonna speak for DB and I might not have quite understood his usage, but the way I interpreted his " car gun" is that it is a separate gun specifically used while in the car vice trying to access your concealed on body pistol, thus leaving that gun for once you are away from the car itself. Having your only gun under your leg would not be a good idea for all the reasons you described....
    You are correct in how DB and his guys used the car gun. It was a separate gun specifically used that way for only that. A lot of the time it was a SP-101 in 357 for a lot of his guys.
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  3. #293
    Quote Originally Posted by Hizzie View Post
    The Hogue 80010 non finger groove grips are also worth considering. Just stick with rubber to get the most out of that grip peg arrangement.

    http://instagram.com/p/BSzPHsxjquL/
    The Hogue no finger groove grips are probably my favorite GP100 grips. I’ve tried the Compacts that are popular here on PF and did not like them at all.

  4. #294
    What are the “jox”?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    What are the “jox”?
    Speed loader pouches.

    https://www.joxloaderpouches.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cecil Burch View Post
    That’s a good idea on flipping the CD-2s. I had not thought of that. Going to give it a try.
    Theres 2 corners that I dremel or else they're noticable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lon View Post
    Speed loader pouches.

    https://www.joxloaderpouches.com
    @orionz06 we need some speedloader pouches/scabbards, jox hasn’t been doing them for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cecil Burch View Post
    Revolver Round Up will be big this year. Date not firm, but going to be YUGE.

    Also, October in Wisconsin there will be a class with DB, Chuck Haggard and some doofus who like to roll around with sweaty guys teaching a class that is not revolver specific, but will be exceptionally revolver friendly.
    Any more details for those of us who need longer to convince our wiv... er, longer to plan?
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  9. #299
    Do I need the Wilson spring kit for the GP100?

    https://www.brownells.com/handgun-pa...prod26186.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    Do I need the Wilson spring kit for the GP100?

    https://www.brownells.com/handgun-pa...prod26186.aspx
    JMO, but wait to see how it feels. The new ones are light years ahead of the old staple guns of yore. If you want to respring, a Wolff 12lb hammer is a proven way to go. Leave the return spring alone.

    Unless you’re Caleb with his fancy ass federal primers and fast fingers.
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