Well, darn. And the Superman cape I bought wouldn't let me fly either. The quality of clothing has gone way down lately.... What's up with that?Our Breakaways pants will not shield the wearer from guns, bullets, edged weapons, or other piercing hostilities.
very much!! Also on the "comparison" video he clearly should have been faster with the holster, but slowed down to make the pants "win".Ga_Regul8r said:I don't know why he drew on the purse snatcher, unless he knew the woman was carrying in her purse. Draw looks mighty slow/cumbersome. When he was knocked to the ground while changing his tire, he could have shot the perp with the gun still in his pocket. I just hope if I'm ever attacked, my attacker moves as slow as these did.
So who is volunteering to do a field test?
In the last video he CCW's a Glock 19 with 178 rounds of ammo.Tech5 said:
I missed that thanks :righton:Adam5 said:In the last video he CCW's a Glock 19 with 178 rounds of ammo.Tech5 said:
I missed that. Guess I'm dead. Course, the chase would have killed me to start with. I think it would be hard to call self-defense since I chased him down. Take the danged purse. Everything in it is replaceable.Pandashire said:The purse snatcher pulled out a knife.
"HE'S GOT A GUN!"
Yeah, it looks like he is shooting into open field past the target. :screwy:RIA45 said:In the last video there doesn't appear to be any backstop behind the wall he is shooting into. I'm not ok with that.
http://www.eholster.com/gadget-shoulder-holster.html45_Fan said:Well, it'll be that or a man purse. With 2 phones, a wallet, keys, backup drive, light, knife, writing utensil, and multiple work IDs I need a better system or I look like somebody with a pocket hoarding disorder.
I'm thinking if you have north of 4.5 pounds of ammo in there, your pants would rapidly be south of your waist.45_Fan said:Uh, that's north of 4.5 pounds (74 to 77.5 ounces) of ammo not including magazines.