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Old 09-09-2008, 3:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Greg-Dawg View Post
If you don't want scratches on your gun, then don't use a holster.

It's inevitable if you're going to holster it; the material won't matter, it'll happen. It's the "in and out" constant motion.

+1, if you need to holster it, don't worry about the finish. If you worry about the finish, don't holster it.

Refinishing can be done years down the line if you need it.
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Also dont worry if u have never built one once you go to a build party you will know everything and have a perfect functioning rifle.
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