Discussion in 'On Topic' started by spankaveli, May 27, 2009.
a solution to a problem is only a blade and some fire away.
You carved a TLR-1?!?!
Um, ok. What was it before, what is it now, and what's the point?
it WAS a wood desk
Holy shit! This guy's a fucking genius! He carved a wood desk into a TLR-1, a BlueGun G19, and a...I dunno, something that looks like a tumor, but made of Kydex or similar.
Dude. I'm totally hitting him up the next time I need some crazy shit done.
imagine what he can do with a piece of wood.
oh. cut the mexican carry holster so the light would fit on it
it took me awhile
im picking up a G17 and want to keep my TLR1 on it and keep it in my car so i carved away at one of my vanguards to get it to clear.
how the fuck does that thing (trigger guard guard) work?
It just covers the trigger, and the lanyard ties to something. When you draw the pistol the lanyard pulls the trigger guard condom off the gun.
I wonder if this is legally considered a holster
by what standard?
In a court of law, if it came down to it. There are a lot of states that mandate guns be carried in a holster - in Ohio for instance a CCW holder carrying while driving must have his weapon in a holster if the weapon is carried on the body.
Am I the only WMD'er that espouses pocket holsters?
I like the idea of a pocket holster - it's just that if I were to carry in a manbag or something like that - I would probably use something like this if it were cheaper than a pocket holster and would cover the trigger.
this is getting tethered inside my car
i want a vanguard to attach to my backpack
....despite my general attitude of "wtf is the point of something like this," here's an application where I can see it making some sense.
i have one in each of my cars, tethered inside the center console so the glocks can stay there and you dont have to wrry about setting it off when you're diggin for something.
whats keeping it on the gun? looks like it would just fall off
It's a snug. It's meant to either pop the corner under a edge (table, stand, etc) or to pull directly off. Just like the XD holsters that come in the kits, it's snug but not snug enough to keep it on when you tug on it.
if you look, there are indentations that grasp the inside of the trigger guard. ill try to take a pic of the inside of it.
Interesting. I wonder if the courts would deem that a holster. I'd love to have that in my car.