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Purchased at Carolina Gun Runners today to start practicing with for future IDPA fun. Holster, mount, and mag holder. The staff there is always helpful and since this was my first GCode setup, I asked for a little guidance on setting it up correctly.

Lots of adjustability on the holster (cant and belt loop width); great fit; adjustable retention. Mag holder is paddle-like setup; have never used one before. Time to start training and practicing!





 

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Nice. I like their stuff. On a related note, Natchez is running the holsters for $9.99 right now and the mounts from $12.99-$19.99. Pretty sweet deal.
 

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Yeah but with $20 shipping.

Let me know when you want to have a workout with that new IDPA setup lol..

John
 

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I have the same mag holster for my M&P that I use for IDPA and love it. I was told that its fine for local matches but if I shot in a big match (Carolina Cup etc.) it isn't IDPA legal because of the forward cant of the front pouch.
 

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Let me know when you want to have a workout with that new IDPA setup lol..John
Sure thing John!

I have the same mag holster for my M&P that I use for IDPA and love it. I was told that its fine for local matches but if I shot in a big match (Carolina Cup etc.) it isn't IDPA legal because of the forward cant of the front pouch.
Shoot; yep; p.37; I doubt I will do anything outside of local but thanks for the heads up.

 

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