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Re: [RC] Speaking of "packing heat" - Truman Prevatt

That's a problem. With a shoulder holster you could end up with broken ribs. With a belt holster a banged up hip. With a back holster I'd hate to thing of what you could end up with.

That's why I carry mine in my teeth. That way it always close at hand. If my horse won't stop, it serves as brakes. And the biggest reason if my horse decides to play yard darts I just spit it the other way and won't land on it ;-) .


Beth Walker wrote:
Just something to think about ... A long time ago, I rode with a fellow that packed heat for a while. He stopped after he came off his horse and had a huge bruise that practically put him in bed for a week from landing on the gun. He carried his in a holster on his hip.


“It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong” Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate in Physics


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[RC] Speaking of "packing heat", MaryBDVM
Re: [RC] Speaking of "packing heat", Glenda Snodgrass
Re: [RC] Speaking of "packing heat", Beth Walker