Last Activity:02-17-2013 4:50 PM
Posted in thread: Crossbreed or Kingtuk on 02-18-2013 at 02:16 AM
The spacers are held by screws, so if you are concerned about them loosening, a bit of Loc-Tite
might be advised. But I'd make sure that I have the tension set just right first.
Posted in thread: Crossbreed or Kingtuk on 02-17-2013 at 09:50 PM
I have both the Crossbreed and the Old Faithful. The Crossbreed is a better made holster though
the Old Faithful is a fine, serviceable rig. I don't mind using either. The Kydex "pocket" of
Posted in thread: Need help with me lee pro 1000 on 12-09-2012 at 02:02 PM
There are several videos on line that show the various adjustments on the Lee Pro (there are
several) Also, there are some good tips/suggestions
Posted in thread: Old Faithful IWB holster. on 06-14-2012 at 01:30 AM
I've got both and both a good holsters. I'd give the Crossbreed the edge based mostly on the
way they mold the Kydex, but I use both confidently. (And they are comfortable!)
Posted in thread: what was everyones first gun? on 04-28-2012 at 09:18 PM
Had a Sears single shot .22 that I shared with my brother as a kid, so it was half mine. When I
grew up, it was a .38 Colt Cobra--nice!
Posted in thread: 9 mm issue with reloading on 11-27-2011 at 10:28 PM
I've used 5.0 gr of Univ Clays with a 124 gr bullet. Works like a charm in my Glock 19. I think
4.2 is too low. Check a couple of sources for load data. But there has been some excellent
Posted in thread: Do you guys think the 9MM round is enough for Home and Self Defense????? on 10-16-2011 at 10:03 PM
To quote a senior Spec Op warrior who when asked if he regretted the 9mm replacing the .45, "If
I put two in your chest and one in your head, it doesn't matter what size it is!"In other
words, it's sh...
Posted in thread: That's it. I'm carrying at work now ! on 10-09-2011 at 08:32 PM
The legal options available to an employer as well as the state, depends on your location. But
it is pretty much across the board that if you violate company policy, you can be fired--the
degree of di...
Posted in thread: What was the best training you've had and why? on 10-09-2011 at 08:15 PM
It seems that the best training is often the first. The basics are the basics. The icing on the
cake (and that needs to be constantly refreshed) is the more advanced training from people like
Posted in thread: Gun Cleaning Input on 10-04-2011 at 08:56 PM
.223 - everytimemy Glocks -about every 100 rounds (inspected each time)1911 - 100-200 rounds
(will run a BoreSnake through it).22 - occasionally.38/.357 revolvers - every two or three
usesAK/SKS - dep...