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Old 12-07-2013, 01:02 PM   #1
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Any thoughts? It seems kind of expensive but I live in Florida and in the heat on the summer the onyx seems like it would be a solid choice. I guess I'm ok with paying thr $100 price tag if it delivers on its promises.

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Old 12-07-2013, 01:27 PM   #2
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Looks like a very innovative design. If Hickock recommends it, I'd go ahead and take a chance on it.

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Looks like a very innovative design. If Hickock recommends it, I'd go ahead and take a chance on it.
Yeah that's how I heard about it. I love his videos. I think I will take a chance on one. It gets too hot here to not at least give it a shot.
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Theres not much that hickok45 does say is a good firearm or assesory. Theres atleast 40 or 50 holster makers and they all manage to stay in business. If you feel that's a holster for you then give it a try.

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Got one on the way! I'll let you know how it is.


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I've had one for about 2 months now, and it is by far the best holster I have used. Especially in warm weather. My last couple paddle holsters were really hot, and I sweat a lot more. This one breathes better. Its the only one I've found that I keep on when I get home too. Kinda of expensive for sure, but it is the best holster I've used. Easy to adjust too.

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