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Firearms Related / Re: Ankle Holster
« Last post by GunLink on June 14, 2018, 10:36:44 AM »
There are a lot more than Sticky and Bulldog out there. It looks like Fobus is making an ankle holster (several, actually).

Academy lists a few dozen different ankle holsters from several big name makers, but there aren't a lot of reviews on them.  Safariland and Galco both have good reputations for duty gear, so if you're planning on carrying it for work, you might look at one from them, like the Safariland/Bianchi Negotiator.

The main things you probably want to look at are that it stays in place without moving around and that it's comfortable. A loaded doublestack .40 like the G27 is going to be blockier and heavier compared to something like a J-Frame or a singlestack 9mm or .380.  If you're going to be doing a lot of moving around like walking a beat or chasing someone, there are models that have an extra calf strap to help keep it where it belongs.
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Firearms Related / Re: Ankle Holster
« Last post by masfonos on June 14, 2018, 09:54:16 AM »
Sticky Holster and Bulldog are the only ankle holsters that our LGS carries. I'm not sure what else is out there as far as known brands go. There are all kinds of no-name ones out there on places like ebay and amazon. I've never ankle carried, so I don't know about how the different ones perform.

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Firearms Related / Re: Ankle Holster
« Last post by LivingDeadGirl on June 10, 2018, 09:37:01 PM »
Wanting to buy an ankle holster for my Glock 27. A fellow Officer suggested a Fobus and on the surface it seems like a good holster for the price. I have zero experience with an ankle holster so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Iíve never heard of a Fobus ankle holster. I do know sticky makes the ankle bitter.


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Firearms Related / Ankle Holster
« Last post by Prada on June 10, 2018, 09:45:22 AM »
want to buy an ankle holster for my Glock 27. A fellow Officer suggested me  a Fobus and on the surface it seems like a good holster for the price. I have zero experience with an ankle holster so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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General Talk / How to start off in shooting sports?
« Last post by johntimber on June 07, 2018, 04:46:45 AM »
HI,

I get a fair amount of queries in this regard from people who have an interest in shooting sports, but no one to guide them and absolutely no clue as to where and how they should start. Through this article I'll attempt to put down a short step by step guide, which (hopefully) would be able to help people get started.

Please help.

I did not find the right solution from the internet.

References:
https://indiansforguns.com/viewtopic.php?t=3229

Thanks!
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I have both but I can't really speak to how well they would hold up over time for constant use or for staying loaded all the time. I had similar concerns so have mainly just used them for the range. Especially the ETS since it's a G18 magazine  ;D

No problems out of them so far. I probably have less range time with them than the Korean mags that I have but I think that they both are running better than the Koreans, which seem to have a hard time locking back the slide after a while and don't seem to always feed well in rifles.
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I know Magpul has a good name behind their products but I don't know much about ETS. Glock mags usually have a metal body under the plastic shell, are the aftermarket ones without the metal body good? Will they hold good up enough to trust for a CCW gun?  want to try them out but I'm worried that they won't be as strong as the ones with metal inside of them and the body will break or the feed lips spread or break off.



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Firearms Related / Re: Mossberg Shockwave to full-length and back?
« Last post by DieselDude on May 24, 2018, 09:49:23 AM »
Go for it. They sell PGO shotguns that come with a stock, in the box for you to put on it. A PGO is classified the same as a shockwave or tac14 and you can go back and forth between them, if you put a 18 inch bbl on it you can do the same with the the shockwave/tac14. The only time you'd have problems is if you keep the 14 inch bbl and add a stock without filing for class 3 stamp.
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Firearms Related / Re: Mossberg Shockwave to full-length and back?
« Last post by Panther97 on May 19, 2018, 06:04:54 PM »
Should be ok as long as you don't have both on it at the same time. I don't see why it would be any different than an AR pistol receiver or one of those glock kits.
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Firearms Related / Mossberg Shockwave to full-length and back?
« Last post by masfonos on May 18, 2018, 02:32:16 PM »
I've asked a bunch of people all with various answers and good reasons on both sides of the argument.

Can you start off with a Shockwave, turn it into a full length shotgun, and then go back to the original shockwave length as long as you don't have a <18" barrel on it at the same time as a stock?  I know you can do pistol->rifle->pistol without issue (per T/C case and ATF rule). It seems like the same would hold true for the shockwave but ATF sometimes plays stupid games with wording and the Shockwave isn't a pistol, it's a "firearm".
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