Sunday, April 29, 2007

Blog Stuff: Boomsticks stuff in the works...

1) The thrice-verdammt Springfield '03 piece should finally go up at the other place this week.

2) ".32 H&R: The Poor Man's Magnum" is in the works...

3) ...as is a review of three $100 holsters: Galco Royal Guard vs. Brommeland Gunleather MaxCon V vs. Milt Sparks Summer Special. (Thanks to the traveling Galco salesguy. Between pumping him dry and getting a bunch of info from Gary Brommeland secondhand via Tony at work, I am about ten times smarter regarding holsters than I was this time last month.)

4) Last is the tentatively-titled ".32-20 Blues".

6 comments:

Timmeeee said...

"pumping him dry"

Lucky guy!

Tam said...

Does it always have to be dirty?

Tracy said...

".32/20 Blues". Ah, another Robert Johnson fan!

TD said...

I'm looking forward to the holster review since I was just about to drop a chunk of my tax refund on a Sparks rig (probably a VM2, but the Summer Special is still in contention).

Will said...

Tam, if you can deal with IWB, look at Mitch Rosen's ARG. Not sure how well it works for women, but I haven't found anything that tucks the grips of a 1911 up close like this does. Best concealment because of this. He has a slim version I will have to try some day.
Another holster design I use is the LFI model from Ted Blocker. This has a velcro tab on the holster, and the matching belt is velcro lined. Almost infinite holster positioning. Not quite as good as the ARG for ultimate concealment.
I've been using both models since the early '90s.

Matt G said...

Definition of being late:

On a schedule, with JPG, about to leave the gunshow to keep an appointment... when we pass the Giant Box Of Old Holsters.

Forget it. Get on the phone and begin making your apologies-- you're gonna be here a while.