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Excessive? or just really well prepared?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Greell, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. Greell

    Greell Well-Known Member

    I saw this, and in a way, it kind of made me chuckle. but then when you think about it, it is pretty baddass.

    Excessive? or just really well prepared? YOU DECIDE!

  2. ArchAngelCD

    ArchAngelCD Well-Known Member

    If the Mags were for the only weapon I had available to me and I WAS IN IRAQ it would be well prepared but other than that....:rolleyes:
  3. Ben Russell

    Ben Russell Member

    It would b fun to have at the range but it would kinda be a waste other wise.
    It would also suck reloading them.
    There that is my to cents.
  4. lakerfan5858

    lakerfan5858 Member

    Damn i don't even have that many mags for my guns.
  5. Lonestar49

    Lonestar49 Well-Known Member

    I don't know.. lol


    Hmmm, seems that with the heavy load on that side, one would need to have 2-3 guns on the other side to even out the look, otherwise, right-side heavy-tilt painting may be in effect.. :what:

  6. WVMountainBoy

    WVMountainBoy Well-Known Member

    I think its a bit much, it would be awkward to wear. Hate to say it, but also I think its outright excessive, and its probably going to make even some of the more openminded people question rather you put on a tinfoil hat when watching TV
  7. JohnBT

    JohnBT Well-Known Member

    They have some other nice things.

  8. Spot77

    Spot77 Well-Known Member

    Wow....If you need that many mags for a handgun, you should probably be carrying a rifle or subgun. :neener:
  9. 1911 guy

    1911 guy Well-Known Member


    Am I going shopping or are the fierce Canadians sweeping down from their artic stronghold?

    BADUNAME2 Well-Known Member

    My idea for comfortable shoulder carry has always been to balance the load. With a steel framed 1911, that would mean a bunch of mags. However, this isn't a bunch of mags, its a BUNCH of mags. I think that this would reverse the situation, making you unbalanced to the other side.

    BTW, I've seen those pics before, but I can't remember the site. I've looked for it a couple of times since, but no dice. Any chance I could get a link?

  11. JohnBT

    JohnBT Well-Known Member


    "Monarch Options" under shoulder rigs, and the one I posted was urban firepower IIRC.

  12. seeker_two

    seeker_two Well-Known Member

    Daddy like..... :D :D :D
  13. 10-Ring

    10-Ring Well-Known Member

    Wow, looks like another A-Team episode :scrutiny: I'm not sure if that's tactical or practical :confused: I'm curious the true context of that pic
  14. zeroskillz

    zeroskillz Well-Known Member

    LOL that is hilarious.
  15. hksw

    hksw Well-Known Member


    Well, if Hollywood were ever to make a movie that depicted correct firearms use (i.e., no endless ammo without reload scenes), this is what a mag holster would look like.
  16. mavracer

    mavracer Well-Known Member

    :what:hey do they make that for a HK p7.:evil::evil::evil:ROFLMAO
  17. camslam

    camslam Well-Known Member

    Probably not super practical, but we have all heard the old adage, "an unloaded gun is useless, unless you can throw it 850 fps".

    I would add to that, a gun is only as useful as the number of loaded magazines you have ready to feed it, so it can do its job.

    I started out with just a few magazines, but I continually add to my collection because you never know when you'll need them. The more the merrier and the better prepared you'll be.
  18. Seancass

    Seancass Well-Known Member

    i like that second one. a shotty + 1911 would be alright. but you'd have to lose a few shells and add some mag holders.
  19. ozwyn

    ozwyn Well-Known Member

    If you had a pistol + carbine using the same magazines (like a beretta storm + pistol), I could see the logic in it.
  20. Acera

    Acera Well-Known Member

    Heck the stroud 10 pack (that is what it is called) is only $165. I might just buy two, to balance the load for my next trip to pick up a six pack at the grocery. :)

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