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01 February 2013


Do you even HAVE a pistol lanyard?

I thought so.


  1. Why, yes. Yes I do.
    Just on my 1911, not on any magazines.

    Hmm, 1911 (singular). I need to do something about that...

  2. Not a lanyard RING, an actual lanyard.

  3. I got the lanyard for my CZ 82...not that I've ever attached the thing.

  4. had a lanyard once. damn near choked myself to death with it. i guess it made sense in the horse cavalry days.

  5. In the tank cavalry days we attached the person end to the chest strap of the holster itself via a lark's head knot. It greatly reduces the chance of accidental hanging when dismounting.


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