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Old 05-24-2009, 14:32   #5
Univac
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Cases hold up well. The hole (apparently for a cable lock) does go through the trigger guard which means the trigger can't be in the ready position. After returning my 1986 Glock 17 to them in Georgia (w/case) and having it upgraded, Glock sent me some yellow warning stickers for the "dangerous" case and a letter making it clear the case is for storing and transporting an "unloaded weapon only." The gun must have the trigger pulled to store in the case and it's usually best to do this without a round in the chamber!
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