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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by O4L, Mar 13, 2021.
Have you looked at the Hellcat?
There are a few that I can still use, mostly M&P series, a few Rugers (MK I - IV, LCP, SP 101, and Single Action Revolvers). But anything that uses a bladed trigger or longer reach double action trigger like Sig, Beretta, and most revolver sizes aren't an option anymore unless I use it left handed.
My brother has a similar issue and over the years taught himself to use the middle finger. It took him a couple of years, but can now shoot with the same efficiency as he did before his incident. He shoots Glocks mostly.
Did that too. Just more comfortable and natural for me to try and find things that will still allow me to shoot normaly. Tried it once with my Red Hawk, and won't be doing that again! Slapped ok stubby so hard I thought I was going to do something very unmanly at the range.
Is there a story you'd care to share on how you managed to shorten a digit? Did ya get it caught in the propeller of an aircraft carrier? A nuclear sub maybe? Or perhaps you were the point man on a top-secret ultra-clandestine Naval assassination team? I even thought maybe you were a key member of the Fast Action Response Team. I tried out for the Selection and Training Course for this top tier level organization, but ran outta gas 6 weeks into the program.
I haven't shot a hellcat yet, but my range is suppose to get one to rent next month.
Nah, nothing so glamorously Secret Squirrel, got into a fight with a table saw one night. It tried to take all of them, but eventually with some help from a very talented hand reconstruction surgeon and some blood sucking leaches I was able to keep all but the one half.
I’ve mentioned it before. It’s a company called On your six designs out of Texas. It’s kydex but is the best I’ve ever had. I know most kydex fits close but this one especially does and it isn’t too bulky. It also has thinner kydex so it’s not as stiff as others. I won’t ever use another brand. And they have a lifetime warranty. When it wears out you let them know and they will immediately send a new one.
I had one of their holsters a couple of years ago, but traded it with the handgun (XDs, if i remember correctly), Like Tony, I was well pleased with it.
If anyone’s looking for a shield plus locally h&h has 4 left, they had 5 but I just put one in hold for pickup tomorrow. They have the safety models and the no safety models. I wasn’t convinced at first when I went in to look at it. Never liked m&p line. But after messing with the gun, it felt nice and the trigger is way better then my stock p365. Will probably hit the range Friday after picking it up tomorrow and see.