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...
However protective detail officers (SPs) usually carry semi-automatics, usually a Sig Sauger P230JP which does come with a lanyard holder (The P230 JP was specially designed for the Japanese police, hence the "JP). However others carry Glock 17/19s
The pistol is built in a classic WWII-era, Government-model, 1911A1 style, complete with single-side thumb safety, checkered hammer spur, 5-inch barrel, extended beavertail grip safety and a lanyard loop. The gun is chambered in .45 ACP and features a
The hammer, thumb safety, grip safety, slide stop/release and mainspring housing all wear the case hardened finish. The front sight is fixed and the rear is dovetailed into the slide, just like on the original. The pistol also has a lanyard ring on the
On the back of the AxisGo, there is the sealed lens, the attached pistol grip (optional) with the trigger that allows you to start and stop recording and to take snapshots, the removable lens, and the hinge that allows the back device to open and close
This is a really nice lanyard. Though, mine did not come with any of the parts at the end of the cord. It says 550 cord and that's what you get, a loop of gutted 550.
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 ...
Light & Motion Pistol Grip Light Handle for Sola and Stella 1000/2000 with Lanyard (800-0171-A)
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a colored, single-strand cord worn around the left shoulder by a member of a military unit awarded a foreign decoration. a white cord worn around the right shoulder, as by a military police officer, and secured to the butt of a pistol.