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Old 5 September 2015, 22:58
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You building any for the new Glock 43 9MM? You did such a great job on my last one I want another custom rig. How about an OWB fairly small rig with a forward/angled cant spare mag holder molded into the front for cross draw reloading? The mags are so small I'm thinking it would work. Put me on the patent application partner...
Yessir. I picked up that and the TLR6 not long ago.

I'm sure you & I can figure out how to do this. E-mail me when you have a chance and we'll go from there.

Thanks for asking!
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Old 6 September 2015, 07:11
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I have worn it since it arrived and I have yet to have an issue with retention or movement when wearing gym shorts or shorts without a belt.
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Share any photo/s you like.
There ya go Steamin, cleared hot to post up, inquiring minds want to know. I haven't even received my pancake for my G19 and this this has my interest piqued!
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Old 6 September 2015, 09:09
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This is a first time of attaching pics -- so if it's a FUBAR I'll ask for help and take it.

I apologize for the quick post yesterday!

To answer CDRODA396 question, it is a G30S.

While the photo is of cutoffs and not gym shorts, it is just a quick visual of how well it remains unseen. You guys can tell me where it's positioned, I didn't do any blousing on the shirt, just the shirt pulled down.
To prevent sagging, whether i wear it AIWB or @ 4:00 oclock position, I just adjust the draw cord within the shorts and I have yet to have an issue.
Once again LP -- Thanks for the time and thinking OTB!
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Old 6 September 2015, 09:13
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Steamin, thanks for the quick turn...looks good
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Old 4 October 2015, 10:07
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So once again a recent dilemma has been solved by litepath. I was carrying my Kimber TLE II RL Pro with a TLR-3. That piece of dookie light broke at the yoke, leaving the holster of little value without the light.

I asked LP for some help and he sent me this.... Not only does it solve the shitty broken light issue, it also carries all of my other 4" 1911's comfortably and securely.

LP. the thinner rivets solved the issues we discussed, thanks. The thumb screw offset from the trigger guard makes swapping from a Kimber to the Ed Brown a snap.



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Old 18 October 2015, 11:37
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The "Game"

Not sure how many here play the "Game."

Another BTDT from SOCnet asked me to make him one for competition. After buying another EDC Pancake from me, he needed one with the BBL end closed up.

et voila~


His prior piece was a Pancake 'like Duck Marshal' had ordered.

I did that, but much to his and my surprise, the Sweat Guard interfered with his optic adjustment.

Instead of asking me to fix it. He did what he and prob many others here have done. He got out his trusty Dremel tool and got to work. Bonus, he takes good photos. Those photos were a bonus because I learned about his optic and Sweat Guards for future reference. I am so spoiled now thanks to him & others here.

And photos. . .






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Old 13 November 2015, 01:17
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So after four months of wearing your IWB, the only complaint I have is that it's not tuckable. No big deal during the summer months, but I like being able to tuck my shirt in. Any chance you might be working on a tuckable belt attachment?
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Old 13 November 2015, 10:51
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Actually Bob, I do have a design that's tuckable.
Unfortunately it's not a simple attachment, but an entire IWB.
Very similar to my standard IWB, attachment points are different to allow it to tuck.

I made one not long ago for my cousin over at Bennning. Looked around but don't have any photos of one.

Be glad to fix you up. Thanks for asking.
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I think I have a tuckable.
And posted a pic of it on a thread.

I remember it was a older design.
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Old 13 November 2015, 13:49
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Just got my custom pancake for my HK 45. Pictures just don't do this thing justice. Really like the sweat guard. Fit is awesome. Going to go up on the roof where there is some sun and try to take a good picture.

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Old 13 November 2015, 14:16
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Just got my custom pancake for my HK 45. Pictures just don't do this thing justice. Really like the sweat guard. Fit is awesome. Going to go up on the roof where there is some sun and try to take a good picture.

Thanks Bro!
Look forward to tomorrows headline. . .man on roof, weapon bigger than him, unsure if City is safe.

Cool, enjoy your new piece!
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Bob,check this thread last few pages Litepath chimed in.


http://www.socnet.com/showthread.php...olster&page=10
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Old 13 November 2015, 18:47
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Bob,that holster pic I posted is tuckable.
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Thought you would all get a kick out of this:



Has a very nice piece on back you can't see keeping the pistol from rubbing against me when I wear it under a shirt. Also has felt on the back of the plastic. Feels quite nice.

Even though it is a very large gun and I am not large I can sit down, stand, bend over, sit in my body hugging car seat, all without getting poked or stuck uncomfortably. The back also covers the safety switch making it very hard to imagine a situation where the safety could get caught on something and somehow manipulated.

Again, Litepath - you do excellent work brother.

Look forward to an update after several weeks of use

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Has a very nice piece on back you can't see keeping the pistol from rubbing against me when I wear it under a shirt. Also has felt on the back of the plastic. Feels quite nice.

Even though it is a very large gun and I am not large I can sit down, stand, bend over, sit in my body hugging car seat, all without getting poked or stuck uncomfortably. The back also covers the safety switch making it very hard to imagine a situation where the safety could get caught on something and somehow manipulated.

Again, Litepath - you do excellent work brother.

Look forward to an update after several weeks of use

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Ha. Nice photo. I tell ya. Yours as depicted for the rest of us is the full size with belt adjustments up to 2 inch.

If you wear that 1 1/2 inch belt and let me do a slim profile Pancake for that G43, You'll be pimpin'~
I've made several and there near the size of a smart phone & hide well.

Glad you like it.
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Ha. Nice photo. I tell ya. Yours as depicted for the rest of us is the full size with belt adjustments up to 2 inch.

If you wear that 1 1/2 inch belt and let me do a slim profile Pancake for that G43, You'll be pimpin'~
I've made several and there near the size of a smart phone & hide well.

Glad you like it.
Have you thought of making a floating holster?
With all the accidents members seem to have while out enjoying the water.

Got my USP Holster today I'll let you know how it works.
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Hey Litepath, Do you ever do any shoulder holsters? I'm shopping for winter time (under sport coat) carry once TX goes open carry in January. Models I'd be shopping for are all Sig: 226, 320 compact, 320 sub compact.
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Old 24 November 2015, 19:01
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Hey Litepath, Do you ever do any shoulder holsters? I'm shopping for winter time (under sport coat) carry once TX goes open carry in January. Models I'd be shopping for are all Sig: 226, 320 compact, 320 sub compact.
No Sir. No one's ever asked me to.
I suspect it would need to be made out of leather??
With ability to tension/tighten?

I have all those gun-molds. I take it you wouldn't want to consider a pancake? I feel like My pancake conceals well.

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Old 24 November 2015, 19:05
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Have you thought of making a floating holster?
With all the accidents members seem to have while out enjoying the water.

Got my USP Holster today I'll let you know how it works.
No. And you'd think I would considering where I live.

Keep meaning to try out my SD range here at home from the water. That ought to be fun!
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