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    Personally I would never carry with the slide locked open - I'm not so much worried about a LEO e-check as I am 2 legged verman knowing its not loaded.

    I'd also never carry with an exposed trigger...though I suppose its a moot point unloaded with the slide locked open.



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    I do like the idea of having a retention Lanyard. It at least gives you more time to remind an ignorant LEO that if you passed the 12031 check that he has to give you your gun back. Ill be looking into getting one soon.
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    I carry holstered with a coiled pistol lanyard. The lanyard is looped through the pistol's lanyard hole (no quick release) and the other end is secured on my belt. The coiled cord is wrapped around the holster from the back and does not interfere with the drawing of the gun. I would have to take off my belt to remove it, or someone would have to cut it. It's another level of retention and would also serve to dissuade a cop from walking off to his patrol car with it to run the serial, which is an illegal search and seizure and fourth amendment violation. I'm just trying to protect the cop from a federal lawsuit.
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    wewd wrote:
    I carry holstered with a coiled pistol lanyard. The lanyard is looped through the pistol's lanyard hole (no quick release) and the other end is secured on my belt. The coiled cord is wrapped around the holster from the back and does not interfere with the drawing of the gun. I would have to take off my belt to remove it, or someone would have to cut it. It's another level of retention and would also serve to dissuade a cop from walking off to his patrol car with it to run the serial, which is an illegal search and seizure and fourth amendment violation. I'm just trying to protect the cop from a federal lawsuit.
    Have you ever had a cop try to remove it? If so please tell the story.
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    wewd wrote:
    [SNIP] I'm just trying to protect the cop from a federal lawsuit.
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    chewy352 wrote:
    Have you ever had a cop try to remove it? If so please tell the story.
    I have not yet had an encounter, and I have carried 3 feet away from cops without them noticing I was armed. I would of course refuse to remove the lanyard if asked/ordered, as the lanyard does not in any way interfere with the officer's ability to conduct an inspection of the weapon in accordance with PC 12031(e).
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    I don't recommend carrying with the slide open; you'd be amazed how much dust and other stuff gets in there. Same reason I keep an empty mag in the well.
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