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Old 07-18-2011, 21:03   #4
Pvt.snoballz
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Join Date: May 2008
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wait until the holster is broken-in

mine was very tight ( as yours is) when i first got it, now the retention is at zero, the only tension keeping the pistol in place is my belt. i should probably send it in to be re tightened but it doesn't bother me that much to be honest, i can still run just fine with it if i need to.

with this type of holster i dont see retention being a real need as the belt holds it tight just fine, but too much retention can certainly be, that said, id wait for it to break in before messing around with it.
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