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  1. #21
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    Ok, I give up at the ideea of reloading my 20 years ago experience, when I wear SOB pistol for few occasions. I'll keep the gun IWB 3 o clock, until my belly wil become proper for apendix carried.
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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco Innocenti View Post
    Timing of this thread is on point.

    I just talked to a guy at my local range where I was working today. I used to see him pretty much every Wednesday. He has been gone for about 4-5 weeks.

    Told me he took a fall outside his house, landed on his ass/low-back, and was carrying a Glock 42 SOB. He said it displaced the two bottom lumbar vertebrae and “smashed a big nerve.” Told me he was in a wheelchair for almost 2 weeks, then a walker for almost 2 more. He was still walking with a Irish Blackthorne walking stick when I saw him today. He said he is “getting better” and will “fully recover.”

    He’s a guy about my age, appears in average/maybe slightly better than average physical condition.

    He doesn’t carry SOB any more.
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  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandru View Post
    Ok, I give up at the ideea of reloading my 20 years ago experience, when I wear SOB pistol for few occasions.
    This is one of those things that works...right up until the moment it doesn’t.

    Your back will thank you.
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  4. #24
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    Yeah....the only thing you need to keep at the small of your back is the wall.....

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  5. #25
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    HA! No not me...

    I never did the SOB thing.

    I’ve always had a thing about the back-hand reach-around.

    Well, unless I’m kicking it with you guys.
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  6. #26
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    I've carried as many as five pistols at a time, but never one at SOB.
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  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco Innocenti View Post
    Timing of this thread is on point.

    I just talked to a guy at my local range where I was working today. I used to see him pretty much every Wednesday. He has been gone for about 4-5 weeks.

    Told me he took a fall outside his house, landed on his ass/low-back, and was carrying a Glock 42 SOB. He said it displaced the two bottom lumbar vertebrae and “smashed a big nerve.” Told me he was in a wheelchair for almost 2 weeks, then a walker for almost 2 more. He was still walking with a Irish Blackthorne walking stick when I saw him today. He said he is “getting better” and will “fully recover.”

    He’s a guy about my age, appears in average/maybe slightly better than average physical condition.

    He doesn’t carry SOB any more.
    I rest my case.
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