Ordered Blackhawk Omega

Discussion in 'Holsters' started by Subcanis, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. Subcanis

    Subcanis New Member

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  2. Shooter

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    It should fit. I have two of these holsters they say are for specific guns, but fit well with various others not listed.......
     

  3. Subcanis

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    Fits awesome. A little snug, but an adjustment of the thumbreak and playing with it for a night has it fitting perfect.
     
  5. ministerofdeath

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    Some times it really is fun to be right. LOL :D

    You'll love it, I like wearing it and doing transition drills from my carbine to the pistol at the range club.
     
  6. Shooter

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    I can't even fart at my range.... :lol:
     
  7. Subcanis

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    Yeah, i bought so I could start doing some transitions.
     
  8. Subcanis

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    Worked it out today on some CQC/transition training. Performed perfectly. Add this one to the list of holsters that fit.
     
  9. friedrice

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    Well based on this post i ordered one up as well, I hope it fits well. Finding a good holster for these M9's is hard.
     
  10. ministerofdeath

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    We've got a DNR (Department of Natural Resources) range that is like that were you can't do rapid fire, you can't move, you have to place your pistol or rifle down unloaded when ever they sound an air horn.

    That is why I pay for a membership to a private range where I can do the fun stuff once you get certified. Other wise I couldn't even practice taking my pistol from its holster. They do some IDPA events, three-gun comps., the whole nine yards. We all get a gate key and you're pretty good to go as long as you only go during the day time, obey the safety rules, and clean-up your spent brass. Of course, you break one rule though and your gone no ifs, ands, or buts. Had some idiot who had a negligent discharge and he went bye bye.
     
  11. Shooter

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    That's the bummer, this IS a private range 8-O It's just run by a bunch of very ancient fellows who don't shoot anymore and have nothing better to do..
    And the younger members are too busy working for a living and don't want to get involved with coming to meetings and being progressive.....and these same fellows have made it very difficult to break them up......by ignoring the rules, making their own and denying access to membership lists, finances etc. You have to be a lawyer or have the money to afford a lawyer to hack them down.............