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It wraps much like a thigh strap for a battle belt with drop holster. You don’t even notice it is there though. This setup has gotten some hate but I can’t think of a more innovative holster product.
What location on the body is the pistol when it is in use?
 

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I picked up a new curio, the infamously troublesome Lorcin L9MM, for 15 bucks. It was missing the magazine, trigger safety and 3 grip screws. With the cost of the new parts, transfer fee and shipping, I'm up to 85 bucks now.

This should be an interesting restoration.

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That is one interesting gun, all right. Numrich has a pretty good page in case you are looking for parts, mags, etc.
 
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That is one interesting gun, all right. Numrich has a pretty good page in case you are looking for parts, mags, etc.
Thanks, but it's already completed and firing. I did have to polish the striker channel and the feed ramp to get it running right.

A grip screw hole is stripped out though, so I'll need to drill that out and helicoil it.

Its been a rather fun gunsmithing project.
 

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Ordered a CGS Mod 9 and Hydra SS this week. Cans #5 and #6.

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I think you will be very impressed with the CGS Mod 9. I am extremely happy with mine and the balance on a pistol is excellent.
Great to hear, thanks! I already have a Rugged Obsidian that I love, but I wanted something a little more lightweight. The Mod 9 seemed a no brainer from the reviews I saw.
 
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Great to hear, thanks! I already have a Rugged Obsidian that I love, but I wanted something a little more lightweight. The Mod 9 seemed a no brainer from the reviews I saw.
Have the Rugged Obsidian 45 also. I like them both equally but for different reasons. To my ears they sound very similar on the same host. The Obsidian will likely start seeing more subgun duty.
 
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