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Old 11-03-2012, 03:34 AM   #21
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I cannot handle a firearm that I know for a fact is unloaded ( just reassembled or flashlight check) pointed at me.
I agree with you, except in this case the firearm is not being handled at all and is still holstered with the safety configuration on.

The hammer is safely resting on a solid steel notch in the cylinder, not on the rim of a cartridge. Additionally, this safety feature also means none of the live .22LR rounds can be aligned with the barrel's bore to make it even possible to shoot up and into your head.

If you are still sketched out about loading fully chambered, even with the fail-safe notches... carry one less round and you'll have a better peace of mind knowing that your head is triple risk accounted for


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I agree with you, except in this case the firearm is not being handled at all and is still holstered with the safety configuration on.

The hammer is safely resting on a solid steel notch in the cylinder, not on the rim of a cartridge. Additionally, this safety feature also means none of the live .22LR rounds can be aligned with the barrel's bore to make it even possible to shoot up and into your head.

If you are still sketched out about loading fully chambered, even with the fail-safe notches... carry one less round and you'll have a better peace of mind knowing that your head is triple risk accounted for
And wear a helmet because frankly, your more likely to injur your head running into a sharp object because your worrying about imagined risk rather than watching where your going.

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did anyone see where i said i went with a different gun?? lol the neck holster is nothing more than a goofy looking necklace

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They are off on a tangent. Just take the advice I gave you on the ammo and you will be OK. The PT22 is a good little gun and the tilt barrel makes loading easy.

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illl upgrade at some point. first gun and my hands were shaking signing papers

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did anyone see where i said i went with a different gun?? lol the neck holster is nothing more than a goofy looking necklace
Sure, but the topic of this thread remains "Neck Holster"

I think you'll like your choice better than the NAA as a first gun.

Now, back to the neck holster.
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I use a belly band when I jog or run. I bought the flashbang holster and it was very uncomfortable . Some people swear by them tho'.

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true that is the topic!!!


yea so pics of the flashbang idk. see how just a hip one is or maybe an arm band???



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