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11/13/12

Alexander Wolf's Signature Apocalypse Weapons


Here's one I owed you guys - my end-of-the-world, the Nazi Zombies are marching load out. AR-15, Eagle plate carrier with Level III plates, Glock 17, ESEE-4 and Church & Son's forged Skull Cracker.

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  1. Is the holster in a standard mag pouch? How is it secured in the pouch? That looks like a great idea. I'm fairly new to the blog. I'm enjoying it immensely.

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  2. It's an old blade tech holster that I have put Velcro on. The mag pouch is an esstac kywi single mag pouch, which has the interior line with Velcro. The holster is very secure in the pouch, and the Glock as secure as you will get with an open top holster.

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  3. Do you sling your primary when using your secondary? Or do you sling it when you need both hands? Does the secondary pose a problem with a slung primary? Any way to secure the primary? I have an Eagle Ind weapon catch on my belt setup for just the occasion :)

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    1. Yes, I use a sling - primary gets slung to the left and does not impede the draw of the pistol, which is on the right.

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  4. UGLY ROOSTER

    You need P mags, brother Wolf. Take up a donation for our leader?

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    1. I have about 20 P-Mags. These USGI mags are practice mags, actually.

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    2. Most excellent, smart as a wolf. I figured you'd have a good answer to that.

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  5. UGLY ROOSTER

    Correction... You need MORE P Mags. Also, probably need to turn your mags around so bullets face your belly button. Seems like it would be hard to grip them correctly. But your may have an unusual technique?

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    1. Nope, this is intentional...bullets facing to the rear is pretty standard. It's how I run all my magazines, pistol or rifle.

      Bullets to the front works too, just requires some different technique. I find I have better control and need to articulate my wrist less with the mags this way.

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    2. Different technique, good. Having skill in that (any) technique... Very good. Like I tell my shooters, ' If you have a skill that works AND YOU HAVE MUSCLE MEMORY with it, then ignore anything that sounds like my opinion.'

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  6. Storing your mags like that works fine if you use a beer can grip, but less well if you index them like a pistol mag.

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  7. Homemade mag pulls work wonders. OD duct tape, 550 cord and maybe some super glue if you're worried. I did that to all 15 or so of my metal mags. I put traditional magpuls on my Pmags, though. Put a mag pulled mag on your finger of your non dominant hand when you think you're low on rounds in your current magazine. Or have a carabiner handy and clip your empty mags on that for speedy reloads if you don't have a dump pouch.

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    1. I have mag pulls on some of my magazines, but don't find that I use them much.

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