New Tier one Axis Elite came in today for the Glock43x MOS
Welcome to the family @XiWren and you are blessed to be here.
Holsters I bought pre-CCW days that occupy space in junk drawer
And then, there’s this finely crafted OWB holster that i bought almost a year ago but trying out for the first time.
Lefty, 8 o’clock position.
One disadvantage of being a lefty, I would need to put it in after the first pants belt loop
unlike righties who have already passed 6 o’clock before holster comes into play.
At 8 o’clock, we’ll see how my rotator cuff reacts—any suggestions from righties who wear theirs at 3 or 4 o’clock?
You want rookie stats?
1 holster (I love it!)
No holster drawer.
What’s a holster drawer?!?!? I’m a holster addict and I love trying new stuff. I also collect Western leather (REALLY BAD ADDICTION).
I have boxes and plastic tubs of holsters that I forget I own….
Thankfully, my finances (read: my wife’s monitoring system) served as an intervention
My wife has told folks that getting between me and anything firearms related feels just like the boulder scene of the original Indiana Jones movie
Here’s a Black Friday story from pre-plandemic days.
I drove my wife to Macy’s and a jewelry store. With her heart warm , I took her to a LGS where I purchased my first 1911.
Preparation, meet opportunity
When my wife asked me why I divorced my last one I said she asked the same dumb question over and over until I got fed up with it. She asked “What question was that?”.
I said, “Why do you need another gun?”.
My wife is a fast learner. We’ve never had any issues…
Until she needs another pair of shoes?
We have a strict mutual “Don’t ask, don’t tell.” policy in place. Keeps harmony in the marriage.
I notice new shoes, I point at them and just pay her a compliment. I’m not dumb enough to engage in THAT conversation. Nothing good has ever come out of it.