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Old 07-01-2015, 02:55 PM   #1
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Default New rig for the HK...

Been using a Dillon leather strong side pancake for over 10 years, it has been a great rig, but for travel, I realized my HK spent a lot of time buried under a seat belt....

So after a lot of looking and asking questions I decided for ease of access to try this out for a spell. Miami Classic II Shoulder rig It wears well, balances nice, conceals real well, and in the warmer weather gives me access to the USP with both hands...

Which after a very hard fall and damageg my right hand was a good thing (on a side note the rig held the HK and both mags no problem) ...

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Old 07-31-2016, 10:39 PM   #2
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I bought a Miami classic for an USPc and I'm having a hard time to release the safety strap, I have to get the gun tight under my arm and body in order for the strap to release any suggestions or tips are welcome since this is my first shoulder holster (sitting unused now).
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I bought a Miami classic for an USPc and I'm having a hard time to release the safety strap, I have to get the gun tight under my arm and body in order for the strap to release any suggestions or tips are welcome since this is my first shoulder holster (sitting unused now).
all I can say is make sure the straps are adjusted correctly, that it is hanging in an manner as to easy access, and give it some break in time at the range.

On a side note I picked up a different shoulder rig for the HK, on long runs the straps and the weight of the HK USP full size tended to cut into the body after a long day on the road.

Now I have a rig that has wide shoulder pads that are far more comfortable, just it the holster is not a nice as the Galco.
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