Is that an 80% lower? Nice set up but is it hard to get it on the left side or are you lefty?Got a few things done over the weekend. Added in the Weathertech rear cargo mat:
Have to agree with the consensus to have a friend handy for that rear seat, I got it in and out but what a pain. I then got a part in to test out about the only innovative thing I did:
I currently like the Safariland QLS system of holster attachment, and wanted to see if adding the receiving plate to the steering column cover was a possibility. Thankfully, with the right screws and rubber washers, I was onto something:
For those unfamiliar, the QLS system works with a receiver plate on your belt or paddle plate, and a locking fork on your holster. Which makes this possible:
Not a perfect system though - the raised lip on the SCC makes locking the holster in a bit of an involved process. But, nothing a Dremel can't fix, and if it doesn't work I still have my unmodified original. I tested the stability of the fascia clips by hitting some speed humps at a relatively quick pace (25+) and everything held, no substantial sag or shifting. Then today, the Mopar front and rear sets came in, so I cut my carpet and installed the new mats with the drain plugs up top:
Yessir, A Polymer80. My take on the Roland Special Glock build:Is that an 80% lower? Nice set up but is it hard to get it on the left side or are you lefty?
Sweet set upYessir, A Polymer80. My take on the Roland Special Glock build:
I am a lefty, but if I could find a right handed holster I might try it because it feels more natural to have my hand turned over while drawing, rather than under. I think the mounting point would need to be that far to the left no matter what - any further right and you start banging your knee while braking or gassing.
Same thing that makes a Mopar steel bumper worth $1000. Material cost is small. R&D maybe? Dunno. If you can fabricate your own for less, have at it.I like the idea of having these, and they look good but what is it about them that makes them worth over $9.00 each, after tax?