I guess it's true whatthey
say, "once it's on the internet, you can't get rid of it."
I wonder ifthey
were wrong about, "if it's on the internet it must be true."
In response to this again, that was the old style paddle that has been since re-engineered and reinforced with metal.
Even if you could manage to break the holster off of the paddle, the amount of strength need to pull my firearm from the holster when I'm not wearing it is extraordinary. If a typical, unknowledgeable person were to try to remove the firearm after breaking it off the paddle, I think they would find that I have already gone on the offensive with a back-up knife that I carry for everyday use.