Not even Richard Simmons can realistically answer that as...
The size of the tool shed/love handles will determine how comfortable the carry will be.
CW3, U.S. Army (Ret)
Vietnam Veteran - 2 Tours
Only two defining forces ever died for you:
1. Jesus Christ.
2. The American Soldier, Sailor, Airman, & Marine.
One died for your soul; the other for your freedom.
1Cross + 3Nails = 4Given
Preciate that Badge, I gotta get um and use um for awhile before I decide if I like um.
I watched a video on YouTube of the installation of the Houges. There is a small pin the guy had trouble keeping track of, it fell out a few times on him. On mine the pin is firmly attached like it was driven in, it looks knurled to hold it in place. The only problem I can think of is the pin is driven nearly all the way thru leaving just a small amount on one side. The pin is driven in so far as to cause a bulge on the grip.
Edit... OK so I used a nail set because it had a dimpled head so I wouldn't flatten the pin, laid the gun over a crack in my work bench and hit it sharply with a hammer. The pin moved after a few strokes. Its pretty well centered now. I watched the YouTube video again, I'm sure I worked on the right pin and will not have the problem the poster had when I install the new grip.
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--- Daisaku Ikeda
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