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    • By res308
      Need some help with holster selections. I'm wanting to buy my boys a couple of holsters for Christmas. I need to find a light bearing holster for my son's Springfield XDM 4.5, and this one is proving to be the most difficult. He wants somewhat of a mid-ride type holster, but I'm having a whale of a time finding anything, especially from Bladetech. The only way I've found anything from them is to go on their site and overpay. 
      The other will be for my other son's Glock 19 with a Streamlight TLR4. That one probably won't be so difficult.
      Any advice would be much appreciated.
    • By Bob Wright
       
      I stopped by my gunsmith's shop today to visit my Colt when I saw a goodly array of handguns.  None for my taste, but did see a pristine Colt Officers Model Match .38 with a beautiful (not Colt) walnut case.  Also a fine looking (didn't examine) Colt .38 Detective Special nickeled.  In the back room was a table full ow Walthers, PPK, PPK/S, P-1 and what not.  This Keith Warner Gunsmiths on Kirby Parkway in the Fare Four Center, Germantown.
       
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    • By Bob Wright
      Today being Pearl Harbor Day, there have been some WW II stories.  Here's one of mine:
       
      There was a War Bond Drive going on in Memphis, this around 1942 or so.  Set up in Court Square Park in Memphis, were displays, including a German ME-109 and a Japanese Zero fighter.  Along the sidewalk on Main Street was a long olive drab tent, with exhibits inside showing items and the number of $25 bonds it took to purchase them.  Distinctly remember an M-1911A1 pistol  (Army pistol, to me then.) and its price was three $25.00 bonds.  Hot dog! I thought, I had four twenty-five dollar bonds!  More than enough to buy me a .45!  When the soldier told me it was not for sale, I cried.  But not to where he could see me.  (I was only about four or five at the time.)
       
      Bob Wright

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