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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post

    Although I do like their holster for their pistol that racks one in the chamber when you pull it out.
    What holster does that!? Is it only for a specific pistol?
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  3. #12
    [QUOTE=GeneralSumter;81437]What holster does that!? Is it only for a specific pistol?[/QUO

    It was a custom made holster for the Spez. If you look around with the Key words you maybe able to find one.

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  4. #13
    My vote goes with the Spets.
    -Austin

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    Although I do like their holster for their pistol that racks one in the chamber when you pull it out.
    Why? I would assume that Special Ops would carry hot and not need to chamber a round when they drew their pistols. Considering how quickly they might need to switch weapons, having a holster that might snag on the draw would seem like a really bad idea to me...
    "Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity"

  6. #15
    I watched this show. I do like the show just because I think the weapon analysis is cool, the outcomes don't mean much to me. I did think it was total BS with the pistol comparison. Like previously stated on here, both weapons are 9mm and the Beretta holds more. I don't feel the edge should go to the Spez because the US Solider missed and had a bad shot. That doesn't give any weapon the edge. That computer geek in the show really irritates me. I did think it was awesome when the sniper was putting shots right between the eyes with his rifle. Those targets they shoot at are amazing and I would love to have some for the range.
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    Seems to me there is a difference between holding a ballistics knife lined up through a measuring device and three spheres in the same path as the end target, and an actual combat situation with a rough and tumble HTH situation and expect to have accurate aim with a moving target. Once that blade misses its target, what then?
    Some of those tests between the two forces were not equal. I vote for the Green Berets.
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