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Old 10-07-2012, 03:01 PM   #1
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My latest acquisition, A Navy Seal version P226 with a Stoner IWB holster.



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Old 10-07-2012, 10:55 PM   #2
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My latest acquisition, A Navy Seal version P226 with a Stoner IWB holster.

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Love stoner holsters. Have bought three of them. Really good people to deal with.


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LMAO1 good video.

What enhancements does the Mk25 have over the standard 226/M11 ??????

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My latest acquisition, A Navy Seal version P226 with a Stoner IWB holster.

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How does the MK25 carry with that holster? I love the other stoner holsters I have but didn't really think I would ever carry my new MK 25 due to the weight and bulk. What are your thoughts? I usually carry with a stoner IWB at the 4:00 position. I used to think my Glock 19 was sort of bulky to carry that way. Usually I either carry a kimber ultra or a sig 938. Would love to know your thoughts before I waste money on something I don't use.
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How does the MK25 carry with that holster? I love the other stoner holsters I have but didn't really think I would ever carry my new MK 25 due to the weight and bulk. What are your thoughts? I usually carry with a stoner IWB at the 4:00 position. I used to think my Glock 19 was sort of bulky to carry that way. Usually I either carry a kimber ultra or a sig 938. Would love to know your thoughts before I waste money on something I don't use.
To be honest it is heavy for the Stoner but I already had that Stoner for a Glock 36 and the Sig fit . I will carry the Sig in a OWB with a jacket or sweater cover.
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To be honest it is heavy for the Stoner but I already had that Stoner for a Glock 36 and the Sig fit . I will carry the Sig in a OWB with a jacket or sweater cover.
That's what I figured. Thanks
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LMAO1 good video.

What enhancements does the Mk25 have over the standard 226/M11 ??????
Late but not lost.

Differences.
Rails
heavier external extractor (also easier to replace)
chrome lined barrel
tritium night sights
movement away from a removable bolt to one that’s integrated into the slide itself. That removes the need to replace the pins holding the bolt together every couple hundred thousand rounds.
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Late but not lost.

Differences.
Rails
heavier external extractor (also easier to replace)
chrome lined barrel
tritium night sights
movement away from a removable bolt to one that’s integrated into the slide itself. That removes the need to replace the pins holding the bolt together every couple hundred thousand rounds.
Don't forget the fact that all of the internals are phosphate coated. This was to reduce corrosion a from the saltwater environment the gun is exposed to.


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