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Roundman:
the holster comes with it? The first stage started off with a giggle. The buzzer goes off and I yank the gun up and out. Right off I notice something is wrong. Left hand didn't fit right, sights were missing and couldn't find the trigger.  :biggrin:  Yep...my Fobus holster was still on the gun. I flipped the holster off with my left hand and shot the stage. After it was over the range officer gave me the command to holster. Thinking he caught what happened I told him I couldn't. The command is given again, "holster your weapon!" With everyone laughing I told him with a grin, " I don't have a holster." He was a little confused when my holster was returned to me. 

Hawks Feather:
I would think that after a couple of shots it would have come off on by itself.

Jerry

KySongDog:
That's one of the great things about IDPA, not only do you get practice shooting and hitting your target but you also get experience with those little flaws in your equipment.    :laf:

I'm glad that happened at the range and not in a real life situation.   :shock2:

Frogman:

--- Quote from: Semp on May 04, 2014, 03:55:57 PM ---That's one of the great things about IDPA, not only do you get practice shooting and hitting your target but you also get experience with those little flaws in your equipment.    :laf:

I'm glad that happened at the range and not in a real life situation.   :shock2:

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+1!!

Jim

FinsnFur:

--- Quote from: Hawks Feather on May 04, 2014, 10:34:13 AM ---I would think that after a couple of shots it would have come off on by itself.

Jerry

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 :alscalls:

How did you end up doing by the way, Roundman?

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