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Hello, i'm going to be putting
together a meet and greet for other members Sat. April 14th at A&A shooting club
in Garettsville Ohio which will have food and drinks,door prizes,
50/50 drawing, possible shooting competition with prizes and possibly more
as i get more things worked out and interest increases and was wondering if
you would be able to donate anything that we could use as a
prize for one of the events.I still have to finalize everything with A&A and Lone Wolf distibutors as they have agreed to attend.
CoachG, I'm up and running with your new holster. Thanks for your comments on the fit on my G30. After a few "I wonder if this will work", I ended up putting a heavy aluminum shim in to spread the holster a bit. That solved the fit; it is still plenty tight, but the weapon can be drawn. That took me to a second issue. The "J" end of the loop was too long to allow putting the holster on a stiff gunbelt without stringing the belt through the loop. To allow putting the holster on/taking it off without unbuckling, I used a small hacksaw to take off about 1/4 to 3/8 in. from the end of the hook. I hope this is of some value to you with future holsters for a G29/30.
Beyond the fit, I think I'm going to like this holster. I wear IWBs right behind my hip bone and yours rides comfortably. This is noteworthy considering it is carrying the weight of a loaded G30. I'll carry with your holster for the next week or so and post some comments on your site in the forum.