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Pistol Retention| Concealed Carry

In this video, I am talking about concealed carry and using a Pistol Lanyard. This is a tool that many people in the military use during operations to retain their handgun. However, I think...

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British Khaki Webley and Enfield Pistol Lanyard

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Lanyard - Wikipedia

A lanyard is a cord or strap worn around the neck, shoulder, or wrist to carry such items as keys or identification cards. In the military, lanyards were used to fire an artillery piece or arm the fuze mechanism on an air-dropped bomb by pulling out a cotter pin (thereby starting the arming delay) when it leaves the aircraft. They are also used to attach a pistol to a body so that it can be ...

Sidearm Retracting Tether - Gear Keeper

Prevents firearm from hitting or dragging on ground. Ideal for short duration use Stabilization force while aiming Will suspend fully-loaded handgun

The Katrina Pistol: Part I - SHTFBlog.com

Thanks for the read Pierce. The Katrina Pistol is a personal item. While lanyards are equally bug and feature, I chose the option of a lanyard based upon the use of lanyards for other things that can become life-or-death kit whether knives, flashlights hatchets, gloves, fire starters, compasses, GPSs, or monoculars.

M1911 Pistol Parts - The Dealer Warehouse

M1911 Mainspring Housing with Lanyard Loop - 7 Rib Colt Ithaca - Original US GI

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Early July 1942 - Australian Army 2/4 Anti Malaria Control Unit mates Bob Elliott & Norm Grainger with Tom Beazley's Chevrolet 1-Ton GS (General Service) light truck, on the road to Syr village, Syria (now North Lebanon)
"Syr" - as it was known during the 1940s - now appears in Google Maps as "Sir El Danniyeh". ************************ SOURCE INFO - The original image was captured by my late father-in-law, Driver...
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How My Father Rolls
Enfield No. 2 Mk. 1* .38 Caliber Revolver. Chambered for .38/200, fires American .38 S&W (not .38 Special) safely. Note bobbed/spurless hammer. This is a double-action only pistol. This was always called...
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Early July 1942 - Australian Army 2/4 Anti Malaria Control Unit mates Sergeant Norm Grainger & Driver Bob Elliott with Driver Tom Beazley's Chevrolet 1-Ton GS (General Service) light truck at Syr, Syria (now North Lebanon)
SOURCE INFO - The original image was captured by my late father-in-law, Driver Tom Beazley of the Australian Army 2/4 Anti-Malarial Control Unit, 9 Division, 2 Australian Imperial Force, using a Kodak 6-20 Folding...
Photo by aussiejeff on Flickr