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Old 02-04-2013, 02:23   #14
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Originally Posted by SCSU74 View Post
Just don't go rolling around in the snow, or dirt, or anything that could lock up the holster..

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Yes that is true. I often do mention that. Like any car/truck/gun/tool/holster... there are concerns. IF you roll around in sand, dirt and get the opening mech gummed up the gun will NOT release.
Also if you pull UP before you hit release its dang hard to make it release. (so PRACTICE the draw, most folks are smart enough to practice with UNLOADED gun at first) When you practice do things wrong and see what happens. Maybe you can't keep your finger off trigger. (so chamber empty is good choice for you) :0
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