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Old 07-29-2014, 04:03 AM   #21
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Cleaning is essential to ANY carry gun. My G-20C gets carried daily. 40 hrs a week in a duty belt holster and the rest in a Desantis Tuck This IWB holster. I clean it monthly (when not shot) and am always amazed at the amount of dust/lint. Never enough to cause a real issue, but multiplied X 12? It could be significant
Try a can of compressed air. It's usually used for blowing dust out of keyboards but also works great for "de-linting" the carry gun.

I keep a can in my closet and "blow out" my EDC once a week.

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I have seen barrel plugs for AR-15s. Why not for handguns?



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Genius Idea...

I'd suggest ditching a lanyard snap into the bottom of your EDC pocket.

Clip the loop to the lanyard and you'll get immediate trigger guard release upon drawing.

You could also stitch the pocket the the leg to keep it from following the gun out.


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I have seen barrel plugs for AR-15s. Why not for handguns?
I think you mean barrel caps.

We used the in the Army, especially when conducting live fire drill, just incase you slip and burry your muzzle in the ground.

There is enough air volume in a rifle barrel being compressed ahead of the bullet to "pop" the cap before the round gets there.
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You could also stitch the pocket to the leg to keep it from following the gun out.

Oh, you mean the pant leg. Never mind.
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You could also stitch the pocket the the leg to keep it from following the gun out.


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but how would one clean out the lbs of pocket lint everyday? A tiny little shovel?

but on a serious note if you permanently attach it to your pocket you run this risk of melting it in the dryer which is where the safety pin comes in.
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This is a cool holster for sure I almost bought own for my glock 19
www.glocktech.com the mic holster is a very quick way to deploy a firearm.

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i think im going to order one of these i had totally forgot about this holster i believe they offer them for the xds also.

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Ok, so, I see the trigger guard, and the loop, and I know it goes in the pocket....but, tell me this, where does the loop attach? On second thought it might be TMI.

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Genius Idea...

I'd suggest ditching a lanyard snap into the bottom of your EDC pocket.

Clip the loop to the lanyard and you'll get immediate trigger guard release upon drawing.

You could also stitch the pocket the the leg to keep it from following the gun out.


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You beat me to it, Tack.


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