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Old 10-06-2012, 20:07   #1
G26AZ
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Nyc-22?

Just finished watching this series on Netflix. (Its about a group of 6(?) rookies in their first months on the job in NYPD - it only lasted one season, but I liked it).

Anyway, I was wondering if anybody could ID the holsters that the rookies carried for their Glocks? Tehy appear to be some sort of a drop-shank which positions the holster in such a way that ir had room between the grips of the gun and the belt so tha a jacket or other clothes can hang between them. It also seemed to be somesort of a thumb break, but it looked like it has strap that goes around the front (top) of the slide when in the holster.

So, does anybody know what kind of holster NYPD issures to its rookies?

Thanks!
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