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Posted: 12/18/2005 5:36:34 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/18/2005 6:14:53 AM EDT by marauder]
I have a para p12 lda and I am thinking of replacing the fake hammer(actually just a flat piece of metal, similar to a DAO setup) with a skelotonized hammer because I think it looks better. Holster question is, if I did that , I could not have it in a cocked and locked positon(due to the lda design). Are most holsters that are for 1911 that have a retention device that goes over the hammer, designed to be used with the hammer cocked?
Link Posted: 12/18/2005 6:35:40 AM EDT

Originally Posted By marauder:
I have a para p12 lda and I am thinking of replacing the fake hammer(actually just a flat piece of metal, similar to a DAO setup) with a skelotonized hammer because I think it looks better. Holster question is, if I did that , I could not have it in a cocked and locked positon(due to the lda design). Are most holsters that are for 1911 that have a retention device that goes over the hammer, designed to be used with the hammer cocked?


If the holster has a thumb break, then yes, it won't work. If you get an open top holster then you have no worries.
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