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De-chrome and firearm mount


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Unless you're left handed, the gun is oriented in a way that makes the draw difficult and problematic. Since the ...


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Old 08-24-2017, 07:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Unless you're left handed, the gun is oriented in a way that makes the draw difficult and problematic. Since the muzzle is pointed at your extremities, it's a remarkably inferior solution to a non-existent problem. (See my initial comments, above.)






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I am right handed and I've been practicing drawing with it mounted like that. Its actually pretty smooth. I'd suggest trying it first


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