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    My new open carry holster.....

    My new open carry holster from Falco Holsters.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVLT8MY_S50

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    Nice. I've been looking at various holsters to replace my DeSantis Thumb Break, which is just a pita to put on and take off. The gun also rides a little high. Does that Falco not flap around on your thigh?

    Also, the guy in that review has callouses on his hand. Huh huh huh.

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    Also, the guy in that review has callouses on his hand. Huh huh huh.[/QUOTE]

    Yea, but my knuckles look great since I had the hair laserly removed.... hand basher.

    Here's the webpage for that holster.

    http://www.falcoholsters.com/eshop/p...on-it-410.html

    I love mine and it doesn't flop around.

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    A little trigger control maybe for your next video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy bilt View Post
    A little trigger control maybe for your next video.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy bilt View Post
    A little trigger control maybe for your next video.
    + a lot more that 1
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    Nothing slips by you guys. Stop freakin,, gun not loaded, safety on.

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    Re: My new open carry holster.....

    Quote Originally Posted by jsanchez View Post
    Nothing slips by you guys. Stop freakin,, gun not loaded, safety on.
    Ummm, does that matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPOProds View Post
    Ummm, does that matter?

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    I would say YES, it does matter. I keep ALL my firearms loaded because...it is the UNLOADED gun that kills people.

    Even if I am showing a firearm to a friend, and I have double checked it, I still tell them "careful, it is loaded so check it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsanchez View Post
    Nothing slips by you guys. Stop freakin,, gun not loaded, safety on.


    ...said two defferent vendors who fired their guns at two WAC gunshows within the last year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsanchez View Post
    My new open carry holster from Falco Holsters.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVLT8MY_S50

    1. All guns are always loaded. Even if they are not, treat them as if they are.

    2. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy. (For those who insist that this particular gun is unloaded, see Rule 1.)

    3. Keep your finger off the trigger till your sights are on the target. This is the Golden Rule. Its violation is directly responsible for about 60 percent of inadvertent discharges.

    4. Identify your target, and what is behind it. Never shoot at anything that you have not positively identified.

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    My new open carry holster.....

    Quote Originally Posted by jsanchez View Post
    Nothing slips by you guys. Stop freakin,, gun not loaded, safety on.
    Well no one could know that without you performing a safety check on the video. That's what most people do when they make a video that involves a gun.
    Guns don't kill people, bullets do!

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    Trigger where are you boy?

    Trigger?

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    Re: My new open carry holster.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger Dr View Post
    I would say YES, it does matter. I keep ALL my firearms loaded because...it is the UNLOADED gun that kills people.

    Even if I am showing a firearm to a friend, and I have double checked it, I still tell them "careful, it is loaded so check it."
    I was being sarcastic.

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    Another vote for keeping your booger hook off the bang switch - even when the gun is stripped into component parts. Muscle memory, mind-set and all that.

    Surprised you did not check out Uncle Mike's and other makers of generic nylon holsters. Probably could have gotten something "just as good" from an American manufacturer and picked it up at your local gun shop instead of waiting several weeks for your international purchase to clear customs. If you are buying something from their stock inventory it is not "custom made" - and the claim that all their holsters are hand sewn is nothing more than hype because very few manufacturers use CNC sewing machines when sweatshop human labor is so much cheaper. (Not saying Falco runs a sweatshop - just trying to some emphasis on the fact that almost every cheap generic nylon holster is hand sewn.)

    All that being said, I'm glad to read that you found a holster that fits your FN well enough to make you happy. I know the feeling due to several "oddball" handguns in my collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    Another vote for keeping your booger hook off the bang switch - even when the gun is stripped into component parts. Muscle memory, mind-set and all that.

    Surprised you did not check out Uncle Mike's and other makers of generic nylon holsters. Probably could have gotten something "just as good" from an American manufacturer and picked it up at your local gun shop instead of waiting several weeks for your international purchase to clear customs. If you are buying something from their stock inventory it is not "custom made" - and the claim that all their holsters are hand sewn is nothing more than hype because very few manufacturers use CNC sewing machines when sweatshop human labor is so much cheaper. (Not saying Falco runs a sweatshop - just trying to some emphasis on the fact that almost every cheap generic nylon holster is hand sewn.)

    All that being said, I'm glad to read that you found a holster that fits your FN well enough to make you happy. I know the feeling due to several "oddball" handguns in my collection.

    stay safe.
    I looked around all my local gun shops and looked at uncle mikes, but everyone around here was sold out of the right size, and they didn't have the drop low ride style, so I started searching the internet and found this company. This holster seems like a custom fit because my gun doesn't slosh around in the holster.

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    You should have been able to get the drop attachment for your safariland holster. Serpa makes a drop holster attachment also. I don't care much for paddle holsters. But then I am old fashioned, well just old.
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    My new open carry holster.....

    If you want a really great fit for your gun check out this video for a tour of the Blade-Tech factory in Puyallup.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=exTlxXT...%3DexTlxXTFXbA
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