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Dixie Gun & Knife Show - Raleigh - Apr 30 / May 1

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by ncglock19, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. ncglock19

    ncglock19

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    Just in case anyone has forgotten, Dixie Gun and Knife show this coming weekend at the Raleigh State Fairgrounds. Check their website for the Dollar-off coupon for admission.

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  2. Kriterian

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    I've been waiting awhile for this one. I got my Glock with my tax refund check back in February and have been wanting to try out holsters.

    That reminds me. Is there a way to bring my own weapon in (unloaded with no magazines) and have them safety tie it BUT in a way that I can still use it to try out holsters? I'm worried that a zip tie through the extractor port will keep it from fitting in some holsters that are molded to the gun.
     


  3. ncglock19

    ncglock19

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    I would ask security for a couple of extra ties if they can't do it in a way to allow you to try holsters. Most times, they may have blue guns to give you an idea. By bringing a couple of extra ties, the dealer may allow you to step behind the table, and you can cut your tie, check out the holster, make a decision, and the re-secure the gun with a new tie. The dealer would have to be in agreement.

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  4. Kriterian

    Kriterian

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    Ok thanks, I'll give it a shot. I forgot about the fact that they may have blue guns to use to try on, so I wouldn't even need to bring mine.