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Old 11-19-2011, 05:00 PM   #11
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I too find the thumb breaks on BB's useless and remove them. Re-holserting I suppose could be considered a draw back but to me the is a CC system. Re-holstering 1 handed in a smooth easy manor rates about zero compared to concealability, comfort, and access.

The draw does require some practice. With my PM-9 I've learned to hook my thumb over the rear sight to extact the gun and then drop my thumb into a proper grip/firing position as soon as my stong hand and weak hand meet.

It's not quick draw slick and I'm certain some of the Tacti-Cool Mall Ninja's may object but it works for me.

Good luck, now you can buy a box or two of practice ammo with extra money.

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Old 11-19-2011, 09:52 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Tackleberry1 View Post
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Good luck, now you can buy a box or two of practice ammo with extra money.
Well, someone who selects the BB instead of the other holsters can do something with their savings. Me? I already have the other holsters, so this purchase was in addition to those. No savings, but it is still now a favorite holster which I did not have before.
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