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Old 02-14-2014, 11:25 PM   #1
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Got my first hand gun and my ccw and old ruger p94 9mm


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Old 02-15-2014, 02:10 AM   #2
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Nice! Congrats! Have you shot it yet?

It was time for a new signature. This is what you get.

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Yes its a pretty old gun i bought it off my dad it was made in the mid 90's he said he never had an issue with it


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Yes its a pretty old gun i bought it off my dad it was made in the mid 90's he said he never had an issue with it


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It does my heart good to see that you bought it off your dad...but I really like that you said it's a "pretty old gun." I'm still chuckling over that!

Congrats on your purchase! Hope it shoots well & you shoot it often!
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Nice gun, now, what holster and belt are you going to use with it for CC?

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Haha well still old to me im only 18 which is the legal age to carry in indiana as long as someone gifts it to you


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That i have not figured out yet. Im thinking about going with an inside the waist band because the gun is fairly heavy


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Look into a good belt to start out with. That is your foundation, whether you carry OWB or IWB. I currently carry OWB, but have contacted my favorite holster maker to see about some IWB options.

You don't have to spend a ton of money on them, but don't skimp on the belt and holster.
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What does a nice belt usually run?


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$70 plus. I am a big fan of this dude: http://www.jasonwinnie.com/new-category/

I got the double 1.5", and a holster from him. All I can say is I am impressed with the quality, price, and customer service.

As far as the picture, I hate to see polymer in such nice leather, so, added a nice lever action gun to even it out.
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