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Dr. Marneaus

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#41
Browsing through Galco holsters on eBay, I came across this which is similar to yours. Yours is custom built and likely better quality, do you see anything that I should be concerned with?


https://www.ebay.com/itm/Galco-V-Ha...374865&hash=item523d12ec57:g:BKMAAOSwH21fatPB

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Nope that looks remarkably similar. The one thing I don’t see on it however is the ability to convert to OWB, unless that’s what the lower holes are or something. Another big plus on mine is that you can swap the belt loops out for OWB ones that place the holster outside. But if that’s not a concern that one you posted looks like it offers nearly all the other design advantages :)
 

Poena238

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#42
Nope that looks remarkably similar. The one thing I don’t see on it however is the ability to convert to OWB, unless that’s what the lower holes are or something. Another big plus on mine is that you can swap the belt loops out for OWB ones that place the holster outside. But if that’s not a concern that one you posted looks like it offers nearly all the other design advantages :)
Good catch, and hence the reason I needed to ask as I wasn't aware of exactly what to look for. I would like it to be convertible and nowhere on the description does it offer that as you caught just on visual. Thank you for that reply!
 

Dr. Marneaus

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#47
Might be missing them for you, worked perfectly for me, and still does.
Well, I mean, Whether or not it works for you (subjective) has nothing to do either wether or not it has some or all of the design features of the one we were discussing (objective).

So, technically it’s missing those design features for BOTH of us, not just me, since it is literally missing those design features. It also has other design features that mine does not have.

Don’t get weird, I didn’t say it was better or worse, I said it’s not the same.
 

Bumper

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#51
My go to gun for backyard ground squirrels has changed from a suppressed CZ 452 American .22lr, to a Benjamin Marauder PCP pellet rifle in .25 cal. The Marauder is integrally suppressed oops, I mean moderated, but is still a bit louder than the CZ using subsonic ammo. Shot placement is more critical with pellet rifle, but it'll still get 'em DRT.
 
#52
Finally my hk mp5 22lr gets to retire to the safe. My newest somewhat dedicated 22lr build practice with cheap ammo. 7.5 inch, drop in bolt cmmg, a2 style handguard, ak style grip, pdw brace, utg flashlight spikes hellbreaker lower with teeth cutout, a binary 2nd gen trigger, burris 1-6, seatbelt lock style sling.

What's your fun practice gun in covid ammo times?

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Nice setup
 
#53
Is it a yay or nay? Exact copy of my lwrc piston so if I practice on this 22lr it's way cheaper than practice on 556..
I agree with the thinking. Same reasoning why I got the CMMG drop in. Now I can use 22LR to train, and it's a flat $200 whether I have one AR or 10. I've been pretty happy with mine so far. The only thing I've noticed is that groups do tend to be a little bigger. I chalk that up to the .22 projectile being slightly smaller than the .223/5.56.
 

545x39

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#54
I agree with the thinking. Same reasoning why I got the CMMG drop in. Now I can use 22LR to train, and it's a flat $200 whether I have one AR or 10. I've been pretty happy with mine so far. The only thing I've noticed is that groups do tend to be a little bigger. I chalk that up to the .22 projectile being slightly smaller than the .223/5.56.
Mines pretty good at 7.5inch can shoot the 2inch spinner target constantly at 50 yards.. dont know about any yards after..