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  1. #121
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    Someone, I forget who, said a certain web dealer had the bk5 with the new coating and etches. Anyone remember that?

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    I did a while ago, but I'm not 100% certain it's true. They responded to my email and said they were laser etched and not stamped, but I didn't buy one to find out.

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    and the Special-11 is......DONE!

    working on pics now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillbilly View Post
    and the Special-11 is......DONE!

    working on pics now.
    Was hoping to see the secret project today.
    Quote Originally Posted by clich View Post
    The bk16 is great. The bk17 is better

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    Damn, digging this stump out in the back yard by hand sucks butt. A spade, axe, and hand saw, yee haw. Lets me know just how old I'm getting.

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    Got a truck and chain?

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    Hey leather and gun guys. I FINALLY got my holster from falco. Problem is its not made for the decocker model. It does not snap closed. So should I send it back and get a refund and wait for one to be made correctly, cut off the straps and use it as just a pouch holster, or send back for a refund and get a galco?




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    Send it back. You always want retention when it comes to weapon carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clich View Post
    Hey leather and gun guys. I FINALLY got my holster from falco. Problem is its not made for the decocker model. It does not snap closed. So should I send it back and get a refund and wait for one to be made correctly, cut off the straps and use it as just a pouch holster, or send back for a refund and get a galco?



    After all the trouble you had getting that holster...and now it does not snap? I would go for a refund and be done with them. Hope they don't make it hard to get one.
    Quote Originally Posted by clich View Post
    The bk16 is great. The bk17 is better

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Warrior View Post
    Damn, digging this stump out in the back yard by hand sucks butt. A spade, axe, and hand saw, yee haw. Lets me know just how old I'm getting.
    That's when my dad uses the line "what the hell do you think I had a son for" Then i'd be tossed a shovel haha

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    I'd send it back man, demand a refund, then go to the other shoppe.

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    Yep, get a refund on it. I carry my CZ 75 Compact in a CompTac Minotaur MTAC and it's awesome. Of course, if you don't want kydex touching your gun, it's a problem.

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    "Someone" just threw a BK10 up on the Exchange. It's a sad parting but it's for the better. Take a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clich View Post
    Hey leather and gun guys. I FINALLY got my holster from falco. Problem is its not made for the decocker model. It does not snap closed. So should I send it back and get a refund and wait for one to be made correctly, cut off the straps and use it as just a pouch holster, or send back for a refund and get a galco?
    What condition is you hammer in? Looks cocked, or half (not so familiar with the CZ family of pistols)
    Typically you use a strap on a hammer gun to strap it down - prevents access while holstered, and unexpected HOT conditions.
    If you want to carry condition-one (cocked & locked), you typically have NO strap, but MUST have a thumb safety, AND must practice draw/fire from condition-one. Cocked-and-NOT-locked should never happen in the holster, strap or no.
    Either: a) hammer at rest, no safety, plus strap OR b) hammer cocked, safety on, no strap
    A DA-only pistol could skip the strap as it can't be left in the cocked condition, even accidentally, and releasing the hammer in the holster is a non-event without holding the trigger back (for both revolvers and autos).

    So: pick your carry condition within the options offered by the gun, then decide if the holster functions

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrn8 View Post
    Got a truck and chain?
    It's a fairly good sized stump. We are gonna do that once we get some more of the roots cut.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nsvens89 View Post
    That's when my dad uses the line "what the hell do you think I had a son for" Then i'd be tossed a shovel haha
    Haha. I wish my son lived near me. Well, he's only 5 miles away, but he works. I spent about 3 and a half hours out there today, then a few minutes ago, my brother stopped by with his Old Milwaukee sawz'all and cut the roots that are exposed out. It's still as solid as can be. More digging and cutting tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daizee View Post
    What condition is you hammer in? Looks cocked, or half (not so familiar with the CZ family of pistols)
    Typically you use a strap on a hammer gun to strap it down - prevents access while holstered, and unexpected HOT conditions.
    If you want to carry condition-one (cocked & locked), you typically have NO strap, but MUST have a thumb safety, AND must practice draw/fire from condition-one. Cocked-and-NOT-locked should never happen in the holster, strap or no.
    Either: a) hammer at rest, no safety, plus strap OR b) hammer cocked, safety on, no strap
    A DA-only pistol could skip the strap as it can't be left in the cocked condition, even accidentally, and releasing the hammer in the holster is a non-event without holding the trigger back (for both revolvers and autos).

    So: pick your carry condition within the options offered by the gun, then decide if the holster functions

    -Daizee
    Its half cocked. I even tried hammer down and it still won't snap. I prefer half cocked since its a decocker model and that is the safety mode. I'm so pissed

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    Amy xboxers wanna play mw3? i'm about to put the hurt on some people...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greybush View Post
    Amy xboxers wanna play mw3? i'm about to put the hurt on some people...
    I haven't taken out skyrim since I got it. About 30 hours in. I haven't played COD since which is what I always played pre-skyrim

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    I cant get into skyrim at all man...i bought it on the hype factor, but Im not down with the theme and whatnot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greybush View Post
    I cant get into skyrim at all man...i bought it on the hype factor, but Im not down with the theme and whatnot...
    Yeh I can understand that. I've been waiting for the sequel to oblivion for more than half a decade. I enjoy those games that you need to just get lost in. RPGs that are that epically big are my cup of tea and the hours just fly by.

    Its extremely prejudice and blasphemous as well, that turns alot of people off

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