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    Quote Originally Posted by Genasi View Post
    I did tell you I know one of the owners through business.
    So far, there has been only one other member that behaved like you and apparently has a connection with the owner. He is getting regularly banned for significantly longer periods of time. The forum owner sets the forum rules. As I said, duly noted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Genasi View Post
    So do you wana talk aboult holsters?
    We already did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bofh View Post
    So far, there has been only one other member that behaved like you and apparently has a connection with the owner. He is getting regularly banned for significantly longer periods of time.
    I've been accused of being 'wardog' and 'blueshell' so far, I trust it's one of those you speak of. And I see you get away with a lot yourself. Anyway it sort-of tells you what the owner thinks of the forum. He knows this place is a troll fest but it gets views and so it's another avenue to adveretise the blog and get a little business from 3rd party advertising, like myself. He doesn't care that we be civil to eachother, only that it doesn't get so bad we scare off those many, many unregistered guest readers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genasi View Post
    I've been accused of being 'wardog' and 'blueshell' so far, I trust it's one of those you speak of. And I see you get away with a lot yourself. Anyway it sort-of tells you what the owner thinks of the forum. He knows this place is a troll fest but it get views and so it's another avenue to adveretise the blog and get a little business from 3rd parties advertising, like myself. He doesn't care that we be civil to eachother, only that it doesn't get so bad we scare off those many, many unregistered guest readers.
    It is none of the ones you mentioned. There is a difference between trolling and calling forum members dumbasses and stupid. The latter one usually gets you banned quickly. Off-topic trolling gets you banned over time.

    In any case, it is always the content of posts that show if a forum member provides valuable information or is just here to troll other members. As I said before, you have now 90+ posts and didn't provide much content.

    So far, you haven't posted anything about holsters in this thread, which is what this thread is about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bofh View Post
    It is none of the ones you mentioned. There is a difference between trolling and calling forum members dumbasses and stupid. The latter one usually gets you banned quickly. Off-topic trolling gets you banned over time.

    In any case, it is always the content of posts that show if a forum member provides valuable information or is just here to troll other members. As I said before, you have now 90+ posts and didn't provide much content.

    So far, you haven't posted anything about holsters in this thread, which is what this thread is about.
    This forum exists for advertising, you'll find the information I have to offer when you click on my add and come to my website :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    I carry my Ruger 9mm LCR or Colt 45 Defender easily concealed in an Uncle Mike's pocket holster, in either my front or back pocket. Draw time is about 2 seconds from either pocket. When driving, the gun is easily accessible resting in the door panel.
    My shoulder holster is from Uncle Mikes. Eventually I will need to replace it with a leather version by somebody.

    Uncle Mikes' are completely adjustable, but they have a lot of plastic on them. I cut away all the plastic parts with nail clippers and replaced them with loops of tied para cord. More comfortable and reliable that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genasi View Post
    This forum exists for advertising, you'll find the information I have to offer when you click on my add and come to my website :)
    Understood, you are here to troll.

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    Okay so now we are talking about other holsters besides Alien Gear. I have several leather pocket holsters by RKBA I like them and have them for Glock 33 and 42, XDS, LC9s, CW-380, LCP and S&W J frame. I have a Bianchi Pocket holster for a LCP Custom, a Galco pocket holster and Crossbreed pocket holster for Colt Mustang XSP.. Cook's Kydex IWB holster for 45 Shield and one on the way for a Taurus PT 111 G2. Similar Kydex IWB from 'On Your 6' for a XD 45 SC Mod 2. I have a fancy leather IWB from High Noon for a 1911 3.5" and four of the cheap 'softy' ones for a XDS, G-29, G-33 and LCR. I don't plan on shooting any part of my anatomy ( not that the wife would miss it) with any gun AIWB or not.

  9. I know people that have them and love them. I chose keyholeholsters.com over alien gear, personally being a small veteran own business, same basic designs. Just another option if you are interested.

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    I have been using a Bianchi model 152 pocket holster for my LCP II, it is for a LCP and due to the larger trigger guard the LCP II won't seat completely, so I have now ordered a RKBA flat holster, I know I will like it, but it takes six weeks. In the interim I have ordered a Blue Force Gear pocket holster for a LCP II for $20 and it has shipped. I also ordered a Boraii holster for $20. Now there are many choices where six or seven months ago there were none.

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    I received the flimsy Blue Force Gear holster for the LCP II and it does work. It is better suited to a regular LCP though. I will use it for my LCP Custom when my RKBA holster shows up (Long lead time). The BFG is very thin leather and does provide complete trigger protection and a easy draw. It is a bargain at $20, that is much better than a generic nylon holster.
    I had also ordered the Boraii holsters for four different guns. (BORAII stands for -- Bill Of Rights Amendment II) the Boraii are minimalist Kydex holsters that cover the trigger guard and have a large fin or flap to keep the gun positioned in the pocket. It woks okay on my LCP II and on my LCR 38, but takes a lot of effort to come off the RM-380. Tension is not adjustable except by heat gun. They are $20-21.

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