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  1. According to this, they're made in Japan: I completely agree, though Kahles is an Austrian company and I believe they sponsor some two gun events in the states...maybe others, I'm not sure.
  2. Looks sweet!! Thanks for the heads up!
  3. That's some anticipation!! Like my kids in September saying they can't wait for Christmas.
  4. Awesome, thanks!! Safety and mag release are two of my bigger concerns as well.
  5. Can you elaborate on this a little? I plan on moving from a CM to a 2011 in the future and I'm curious.
  6. Looks like the instructions have been updated.
  7. To be honest, you're right, there a a ton of variables. I don't think there's really a way to capture them all without doing one off specials in a case by case or gun by gun basis. I mean you could have two of the same gun with different thumb rests, which presents a problem. Or different comps... That's why I asked. I do think if you're willing to do custom jobs, there's a decent market for Open 3 Gun holsters.
  8. Any thoughts towards making Vice holsters for open guns?
  9. Shooter's Connection on mine. Works great.
  10. If and when you can, add a Mr. Bullet Feeder. Add a way to stop the primer feed, and get a 38 shell casing to stop the case feeder. I would also add a tube to the spent primer chute that feeds into a jug of some sort. Most of the tips and tricks items can be found on ebay or you can craft them yourself if you're handy. I am not, and got most of my things from either ebay or a guy at my local club that made up his own.
  11. Zuca carts, for disc golf seem to be the rage in my neighborhood nowadays. They look pretty decent and supposedly they're working on an actual range cart. They're a little pricey, but everyone that has them swears by them. I'm on the fence given the cost, but they do look pretty sweet and seem to be really rugged.
  12. I bought from here: https://www.ratchetingbuckles.com/ They have this: https://www.ratchetingbuckles.com/type/gun-belt-kits/ but I bought: https://www.ratchetingbuckles.com/ratchet-buckles-ladder-straps/1-ratcheting-buckle-attached-to-extension-tab-rb1t-n-blacktanwhite/ & https://www.ratchetingbuckles.com/ratchet-buckles-ladder-straps/1-ladder-strap-lower-tensile-strength-softerflexible/ If you have your own Chicago screws or T-nuts, then I would lean towards what I bought. I used left over screws from various holsters and ELS stuff that I had and it worked great. I actually just did it to a brand new shooters connection belt. I ordered the belt just long enough to cut off the overlap. I started by scoring the belt on both sides, just past the overlapping Velcro, with a brand new razor. I wanted to cut the nylon so it wouldn't fray when I cut the underlying plastic with a hacksaw. However, when I went to bend the belt where I had cut the nylon to separate the webbing a little, the whole thing snapped perfectly where I scored it so I didn't have to cut anything. Then I used a cheap soldering iron to cauterize the webbing. I marked my holes with a silver sharpie then burned them through with the same soldering iron. Overall took about 10 minutes to do it and it came out really clean. My ELS belt for three gun - I ordered the 1"x13" custom ladder strap and drilled holes to match the ELS belt so it has two anchor points, and I just bought a buckle and pre-feed without the whole assembly. It was my first go so I learned a little which I used for the SC belt.
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