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Discussion in 'Articles & How-Tos' started by breakingcontact, Mar 31, 2014.
Yes re: the flaps. It's all one piece
Awesome idea. My G19 falls in between my seats in the Dodge so I'll definitely give this a try. Thanks.
Oh yeah, & here's the "gills" - intended to hold the holster in place (ie, between the seats) when I draw the weapon. Also part of the one piece - and much harder to cut & mold.
That's great. Simple, yet effective design.
Or you could carry it in your holster and keep an extra in the console. If some motherfucker comes up to your truck demanding money, he doesn't know if you're reaching for your wallet or your sidearm
Glow in the dark fishing lure paint is a lot cheaper than "gunsite" paint you can pick it up in almost any fishing and tackle store for around $1 a bottle.
Or glow in the dark fingernail polish
from a non-recovering coffeeholic
The only issue with that is I have no extra and no cash to allocate towards said extra. Maybe someday.
hah. Get a job, you bum.
And I will be stealing the PVC idea
If you do not like the upper to lower fit on your AR, take a short piece of pipe cleaner and insert it on the shelf at the front of the lower. It will take solme pressure to close the halves, but it will lock up better than the stupid rubber POS they sell to go in the rear of the lower.
Afraid of slam fires on your SKS? Take out the firing pin and give it a good polish with 600 grit wet/dry sand paper. Break the edges with a fine file so it moves freely in the bolt. Nary a slamfire EVER!
Got a S&W Sigma VE (or any of the older, better versions)? Detail strip it and use SPrinco Machinegunners lube. Can take 2-3lbs off the trigger pull