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Gear and Accessories / Re: How ya carrying your spares
« Last post by luke213(adamsholsters) on Today at 08:17:45 PM »
OWB that's one of the older Sparks OWB designs from memory, might be one Tony designed though don't remember.

Trouble your going to have is just purely that it's an odd duck to get a dummy gun for, if you were close I could try and make one off of it;)

Luke
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Gear and Accessories / Re: How ya carrying your spares
« Last post by MTK20 on Today at 08:15:11 PM »
I've got a simply rugged rig for myTRR8, I like it enough to carry it rarely  :shrug. So far after getting Luke Adams rigs for all my other guns, nothing else "feels" right. Serviceable? Sure, but after a while with the simply rugged I feel fatigue.Not so with a Luke Adams, I pretty much forget I have a gun on me.

The top holster, is that one iwb?
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Handguns / Re: The Match Champion
« Last post by cpaspr on Today at 08:04:55 PM »
Okay.  Thanks for the pictures.  Still supported on the outside edge of the rim. 
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Gear and Accessories / Re: How ya carrying your spares
« Last post by Mikee5star on Today at 07:14:53 PM »
I think I will talk to him he of the local kydex melters. Really want an Adam's, but don't want to ship to Luke. All the moon clip carriers I have found are for competition, not carry. They are fast if they are not bent, especially for dumping empties.
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Handguns / Re: New-to-me Big Bore Snubbie
« Last post by 21B on Today at 07:14:12 PM »
I went to the range today with some factory Hornady ammo: 185gr .45LC Critical Defense, 240gr .454Casull XTP, and 200gr .460S&W FTX (I need to go to Sportsmans and see if they have a better selection than Cabelas).  The .45LC felt like a 9mm, the .454 had the most felt recoil, and the .460 was the loudest boom.  I thought the fireball was going to singe some hairs, you can definitely feel the heat when you touch off the magnum rounds.  The Hogue grips soaked up a lot of the recoil and the muzzle flip wasn't that bad (I've seen a video on youtube of somebody shooting the same revolver and it looked like a wrist breaker, almost 90-degree rotation).  Not the best gun for the indoor range, luckily nobody else was there, and I wore double ear pro just in case.  This should be a fun revolver for handloading.

On a side note, when I got back from the range my 5 Star speedloader arrived--the thing is a work or art, and probably only a few more ounces that an HKS.
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Gear and Accessories / Re: How ya carrying your spares
« Last post by MTK20 on Today at 06:51:29 PM »
Now to figure how to carry it.

 ::) Good luck. I've been trying to figure that one out myself, since I got mine (TRR8).
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Gear and Accessories / Re: How ya carrying your spares
« Last post by Mikee5star on Today at 06:01:48 PM »
Now to figure how to carry it.
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Handguns / Re: The Match Champion
« Last post by Mikee5star on Today at 05:54:38 PM »
The shells are still supported without the use of moon clips in a cut cylinder. Really wish I had my TRR8 with me right now so I could snap you some pics of what it looks like  :banghead.


Also, was there any reason you chose the fixed sight model as opposed to the adjustable one, George?


Here are some pics of my R8 and its moon clips. For what it is worth, I have not fired the gun using the moon clips and I bent the one in the last pic trying to show it better.
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R & R / Re: More random internet weirdness.
« Last post by MTK20 on Today at 05:16:21 PM »
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