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Old 05-06-2013, 06:16 AM   #1
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Last month I picked up a brand new glock 23 and on Friday I had a kydex holster made for in my jeep and I had some trigger work done to lower the trigger pull to 3.5lbs



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Why are you sitting in a vehicle with a firearm pointed at your body?



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I was in the passengers seat and it was unloaded. I don't have a concealed permit yet so the magazine was in the back seat

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I was in the passengers seat and it was unloaded. I don't have a concealed permit yet so the magazine was in the back seat
You should always treat firearms as if they are loaded and point them away from your body. I'm not saying I don't believe you, but for the hundreds of people that view this forum on a daily basis it sets a bad example. Please think of how others might view your pics before you post them. You don't want some novice to learn by unsafe examples. Thanks.
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Yes that's very true, sorry about that

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Yes that's very true, sorry about that
Hey, no problem, and it is a nice gun/holster combo.
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I forgot to add that I also got a blackhawk serpa level 2 holster for my everyday open carry

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Glocks really are sweet shooters!

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Nice Glock and holster, just keep the gun pointed in a safe direction at all times.



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