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Uncle Mike's Kydex

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Gillster, Oct 27, 2005.

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  1. Gillster

    Gillster Member

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    Guess I'll have to take it back. I just purchased an Uncle Mikes Kydex holster for a Springfield XD. As you can see from the attached scan, unless I am an LEO they don't want me holster a firearm in a ready to fire condition so back it goes. Is this some kind of liability thing for them??

    For some reason I can't attach the scan so here is a quote from thje included instructions:" Non-law enforcement personnel should never attempt to holster or carry a sidearm in an Uncle Mike's Kydex Holster in a ready-to-fire condition"
     
  2. Pilgrim

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    I don't remember such a warning coming with my Uncle Mike's Kydex for my 1911 pistol. If I had noticed one, I don't think it would have influenced me one way or the other with regards to keeping it or returning it.

    Pilgrim
     
  3. roo_ster

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    Sounds like lawyer/liability talk.

    My UM plastic fantastic works just as well for me, LEOs, & with the firearm loaded or not.
     
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