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A mall ninja holster?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Doug.38PR, Nov 6, 2006.

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  1. Doug.38PR

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    to hold two 1911s!!! :eek: This must be for Brendan Fraiser from the mummy. What a cowboy.
     
  2. lucky_fool

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    I thought all mall ninjas used these:
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    That way they can have a tac light and laser on their holster. :evil:
     
  3. RustyShackelford

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    Nic Cage in Face Off...

    I think that "NY Reload" rig is what Cage used for his gold plated 1911a1 .45s in the action film; Face Off. www.imdb.com

    I wouldn't call that guy a "mall Ninja"! LOL :D

    Rusty

    PS: Really I think this type holster is meant for small frame DA revolvers or semi autos.
     
  4. MrPoker

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    I guess it's for balance. Wear it at 6 o'clock and you can shoot off BOTH cheeks at the same time for easier sitting later. :D
     
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    Oh...Now it makes total sense. It seemed really uncomfortable with the holster on the front of my pants. It was very difficult to drive my tactical golf cart from one end of the mall to the other. My response times were way down this month.

    Later,

    Gecko45
     
  6. enfield

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    I want *TWO* of them!! :D
     
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    FYI - the Face-Off double-1911-rig was actually made by Galco. When I saw the movie in the theater, I was sitting close enough to the screen to recognize the Galco logo stamped on the holster, and since I was working at a gun store that had an account with Galco at the time, I asked our account rep about it. He confirmed that Galco had indeed made the rig as a one-off, custom-built item.
     
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    Well...Ive been asked to make them in the past and just dont have time to pattern and build them. Id like to design one that will change colors so it blends in with the clothes you wear and reloads your guns when reholstering them also.....now that would be a "Mall Ninja Holster!"......maybe invisible? Hmmmm.

    Sorry....I love the mall ninja subject and have fun with it............ :D

    shoot well and god bless
     
  9. ceetee

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    Can you get them to match the shoes that let you walk up walls?
     
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