A proper holster is a must:

A proper holster is a must:

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  1. #1 A proper holster is a must: 
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    Or, this could be U.

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    Where was that at? Looked like in a foreign country.
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    I think it may have been Russia, but not sure......was just a clip on IMGUR.
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    Yea, the troops there looked like Russian. Surprised no one jumped out of order to confront him.
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    I didn't look closely...They looked like a bunch of recruits and possibly transit workers. Arms didn't appear to be noticeable.
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    Lucky it didn't go off......

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    Well, it's one thing loosing your weapon while doing a back-flip, but not comparable to dropping it while walking straight and level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mukwah View Post
    Lucky it didn't go off......

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