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Milt Sparks VMII for G17/G22 $135 shipped

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Bigjoe08, Mar 18, 2007.

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    It will also fit the G19 and G23, snugly of course, but it will fit.
    Gently used. No paypal. Payment must be recieved this week. Payment by MO. Send me an EMAIL if you are interested.

    <img src=http://pages.suddenlink.net/jbjr97/zholster.jpg>
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    Someone ask if I was open to trades or negotiations. I will negotiate on price a little bit. Trades? Well, I haven't thought about it. Except if you had an Advantage Arms 22 conversion kit, that was like new, I might do a little trading. Otherwise, shoot me an email if you had something very interesting.
     

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    Is this the all horsehide model or the horse/cowhide model?
     
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    I honestly do not know the answer.
     
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    J.P. Intergalactic

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    Is the grain of the leather the same front and back?
    the horsehide is smoother and the cowhide has a more open grain pattern.
    Thanks
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    To me, the front(open) and back(smoother) appear to be different grain. However, the front appears to be the same as the back strap piece that goes vertically. Hope that helps.
     
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    Excuse my ignorance, but if the holster was made for the glock 17/22, then why would the smaller framed 19/23 fit "snugly?" Shouldnt they be looser? Not busting your thread just wondering. If I had that kind of cash I'd jump on it.
     
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    ... you post this AFTER I send out 140 for a HF1 for a G17.

    Thanks a lot:upeyes:
     
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    I couldn't tell you why. Its really just a guess on my part. I don't have a 17 or 22, but can tell you the 19 and 23 fit snugly. A little short on the muzzle side, but it does work!
     
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    digitspaw RIP 08/95~09/09

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    Not to be another one to crap on your ad, but if it's slightly used and you don't have the G17 or G22, I don't know why you'd say it's short on the muzzle part for a G19/23. It should have exactly 1/2 inch extra space.



    Guys...............read the sticky at the top of the forum.




    VM II's are selling for ridiculous prices. Don't jump before looking.


    BigJoe........please don't take offense, but no one really knows ya here and you only have 12 posts. Nothin' personal. You could be good as gold for all I know, but you just seem a little under educated about this extremly popular holster and with a no PayPal policy, there's not much recourse for the buyer, which starts to smell fishy.




    Paw:wavey:
     
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    +1

    No offense joe...
     
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    digitspaw RIP 08/95~09/09

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    He has this for sale on ebay as well. Same photos and exact same verbage for the description.

    click here

    He has almost 700 transactions with a 98.7% positive feedback.

    Maybe he just doesn't know holsters. He's prolly okay but the item isn't protected by ebay.


    Just food for thought. I thought the guy deserved a little slack since I posted the last time.




    Paw:wavey:
     
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    something dont seem right about this
     
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    The holster is what it is boys. But I see I struck a nerve with a someone, and WON'T judge a forum by an over protective moderator wannabee. Theres NOTHING fishy here, but if it bothers you, then stay out of the thread and go hug your blankeys for comfort. Maybe momma will save you a nipple at feeding time.I have over 10,000 post on another forum. So, if you are in doubt about my integrity, send me the money, then you can apologize after its all said and done.
     
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    None taken. Thanks
     
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    Thanks..Yes it is on EBAY.
     
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    Joe, I'm going to say something to you thats been said to me a few times on other subforums of this site...Don't wear your heart on your shoulder, and don't have such thin skin. Everyone here is just trying to protect themselves, no one is taking a personal stab at you. You have to admit, your statement about the compatibility of this holster is suspect, and with only a few posts to your credit, posts like the above can severly injure your credibility. Digitspaw was right, these holsters are a big ticket item on this site because of the quality, and also the 20+ week lead time for orders. Someone has already pulled a multi-web board scam with the EOtech holosights. The last thing we need is someone scamming with a top of the line holster. So, please joe, don't carry a chip on your shoulder, think about what you would do if the roles were reversed.
     
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    I would say I undestand, but by your post and that K594 or whatever it is. You two have lumped me in as being quilty. Let me ask you this...Is that FAIR? Is it? You know its NOT.

    If NOT taking a personal stab at me, then why in the world would I see post such as "something doesn't seem right about this"? How would YOU take that? Why don't I see more post such as...Man thats a great deal. Someone jump on it!!

    I am not carrying a chip, I just refuse to be be slammed without defending myself. What would I do if I was in your shoes?...I would think....Huh, new member, post something for sale, seems like a good buy. Can he provide me with any references? If that checks out I buy. But I would, and never have said something negative to a NEW member. If anything, I would not even post in the thread.

    Again, no hard feelings.