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    anyone got a link to a high point 9mm holsters. ive got a universal hip holster it's not molded and likes to eject my clip when getting in/out of my car.

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    The Fobus is great for the C9. Also Uncle Mikes Sidekick size 16 is a good alternative for a belt clipon with a spare mag holder built in.



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    ive got a uncle mikes size 15 it works pretty besides wanting to eject the clip when entering and exiting the vehicle. ill look into both of those suggestion.


    hopefully ill be picking up another gun this year too

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    it may be easier to find a holster that works by buying a Glock or M&P ...just picking.

    If it's any consolation, my 5y/o step-son uses an Uncle Mike's nylon holster (similar to the one pictured) to carry his Sig 229 blue gun

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    i got what i could afford, actually i couldnt even afford it :P i got it for a bday present. i had a pretty bad motorcycle wreck in mid November and havent worked since. ended up with a broken left wrist, right shoulder and a pretty messed up back. and to top it off a totaled harley thats the worst part of ther whole ordeal

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    rmodel65 wrote:
    i got what i could afford, actually i couldnt even afford it :P i got it for a bday present. i had a pretty bad motorcycle wreck in mid November and havent worked since. ended up with a broken left wrist, right shoulder and a pretty messed up back. and to top it off a totaled harley thats the worst part of ther whole ordeal
    At least now you don't have to worry about oil leaks.

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    haha i didnt have any it was brand new:P

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    rmodel65 wrote:
    haha i didnt have any it was brand new:P
    Saw a brand new Harley atLas Vegas Harley. 0 miles. Leaking oil onto the diamond plate display rack. :shock:

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    i had a sporty little less likely to leak oil i believe, it uses the 1200 the rest are all using the new twin cam 96 but it looked like a bobber. disregard the ugly 2up seat it was just on for a long ride to daytona (made it there in back in one day next time i will stay over night rather harsh for a round trip ride:P) i can deal with an oil leak but id much rather support some American men than some japs, unless its a bmw:shock: the k1200s makes me drool





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    Hope you finish your recovery soon, rmodel65.
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    rmodel65 wrote:
    i had a sporty little less likely to leak oil i believe, it uses the 1200 the rest are all using the new twin cam 96 but it looked like a bobber. disregard the ugly 2up seat it was just on for a long ride to daytona (made it there in back in one day next time i will stay over night rather harsh for a round trip ride:P) i can deal with an oil leak but id much rather support some American men than some japs, unless its a bmw:shock: the k1200s makes me drool



    Uh, little less racism would be nice there. And BMWs are German, not Japanese.

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    Aran wrote:
    rmodel65 wrote:
    i had a sporty little less likely to leak oil i believe, it uses the 1200 the rest are all using the new twin cam 96 but it looked like a bobber. disregard the ugly 2up seat it was just on for a long ride to daytona (made it there in back in one day next time i will stay over night rather harsh for a round trip ride:P) i can deal with an oil leak but id much rather support some American men than some japs, unless its a bmw:shock: the k1200s makes me drool



    Uh, little less racism would be nice there. And BMWs are German, not Japanese.

    sorry for the error i know that, just lumped the import bike into one mass:P

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