GUN Advise me on other stuff to get to go along with my G26? Holster/Bag/Eye pro/etc.

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  1. k1d.

    k1d. New Member

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    So I just recently picked up my G26 about 3 weeks ago and I'm looking around to see what other quality items I can get...

    Some things I'm looking to get
    -A small bag where I can carry to the range
    -Eye Protection
    -Ear Protection (not sure if the ones I bought from the SureFire group buy will do... but if those will work fine then I guess I won't need any..)
    -Holster (I do plan on taking a CHL class in about a month in a half.. so something that will work with my CHL class?)

    Am I leaving anything out? The only things I bought so far is... ammo... lol, and some Break Free CLP.

    So if anyone got any suggestions on what good bags/eye pro/etc. I should look into.. please let me know.
    Thanks!
     
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    You don't need a holster for your CHL class in Texas. There is no need for it as everything is done while standing static at a firing line.

    Obviously you'll need a holster once you have your CHL, so you might want to order now if you are going the Comp-Tac or Milt Sparks route as there will be a wait before you receive it.
     
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    k1d. New Member

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    Ah thanks!
    I'll definitely look into it. Do you have preference over either one of those holsters you suggested btw?
    Also is there a certain website I should be shopping on for them?
     
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    That all depends on what you want to spend... you could go to Midway and get everything combined for $100... or you could spend $100+ on each individual item.

    When I first started shooting I went to a sporting goods store and basically spent $20/ea. I got a basic Browning range bag, a set of passive 29NRR Radians muffs, a set of Radians shooting glasses, and a Uncle Mikes kydex belt holster. That stuff all served me perfectly well until I started competing and was at the range much more often, for longer duration each time, and carrying more and more crap back and forth.
     
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    Ah to be honest, I wouldn't mind spending money on quality parts that would last awhile... I like to do things right the first way and not have to go back later on and buy something to replace it because of a malfunction or etc..
    With that being said.. I wouldn't mind paying for something thats of the same quality but cheaper...
    So I'm just trying to do some research.
     

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