I love it. It is especially hard to find a left handed holster for my CZ, and they had just what I wanted. Great holster, good stitching, good leather, and an adjustable button so you can move it up or down to tighten the snap on force onto the pistol.
What was your photography setup?
I got a brown sheet from the linen closet, some boxes, and set up the boxes onto the dining room table. I then draped the sheet over the boxes so it then provided as a good backdrop. The chandalier provided a good overhead light (or a boom light) and then I got a lamp and screwed the top nut off of it, pulled the lampshade off, and put the lampshade on it so that the bottom bell was facing in the direction of my make shift studio. this was a weaker, but easily to do main light for directionalizing. For a pistol studio setup, you don't need the amount of light and the setup that you would for taking pictures of a human for a little pistol. my camera- a canon rebel XSI
March 6, 2010, 02:45 PM
I love my SP01...
chris in va
March 6, 2010, 05:44 PM
Now to get the Kadet 22 slide. What...you haven't already?:p
March 8, 2010, 12:45 AM
NO... I want one soo bad, but It's hard to bring myself to paying 450 dollars for a .22 slide conversion.
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