As previously noted, these will not have any provision for the Security Lock.
Provisions for Lanyards are usually only made for Military Handguns, but they can be quite useful when traveling by Boat or Horseback, to keep one's sidearm from being lost. Historicly, they were an invention of the Horse Cavalries and found useful by the Navies.
My new 24/7 OSS .45 has a Lanyard Loop and so does my 1992 vintage PT92. I have yet to use them.
I have already taken out the internal grip lock. Now my gun will shoot upside down I still need to snail mail you these "2" ball bearings. A non lockable lanyard loop would be great. I wonder how they are blued and nickled from E-parts when they are aluminum? Perhaps the old lanyard ones without the internal lock where steel.
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