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Just got it yesterday. They've been running a special that's a heck of a deal. Got a scabbard, belt, and double mag carrier for $150.00 shipped. Looks and carries great. Keeps the weapon (Combat Commander) in nice and tight and conceals well. Not that I'm allowed to carry in my "fine" state, I was just checking.
They recomend silicone for break-in. Not sure how much break-in it needs though. It was pretty tight at first but after only a few hours of wear, drawing, etc... fit is pretty darned good. Is it still a good idea to get a little silicone on the inside of the holster anyway?
 

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Bill makes my favourite holsters, too. His speed scabbard is top notch.

I spray a bit of silicone in my holster very few week, just to keep it from drying out. It also helps preven corrosion on your gun if you carry in your holter for long periods of time.
 

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Originally posted by ChrisS:
Sounds good and will do.
I assume silicone means silicone and NOT WD40.

Right - silicone spray. NOT WD-40, it will soften your holster (not a good thing).
 
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