Ideas for accessories

Discussion in 'General Accessory Discussion' started by Moltinpython, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. Moltinpython

    Moltinpython New Member

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    I just recently bought my new ISSC M22 gas blowback pistol and I'm thinking about getting some attachments for does anyone have any good ideas for it?
     

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  2. Tactical_Skittles

    Tactical_Skittles Active Member

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    Why don't you run it with no attachments first, and then figure out what (if any) attachments you actually need.
     

  3. Rushin

    Rushin Well-Known Member

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    She/he? Is right. Pistols usually don't require much mainly by their virtue of being used rarely. It really depends on where you play too.
     
  4. Iram

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    I'd start with a good holster. I suspect a Safariland ALS for Glock would fit. I've seen a lot of guys wandering around between games saying "Has anyone seen my pistol? It's a $$$$$$ super wopty special edition gun in a $2 holster that fell off my belt". Get a good holster.

    I wouldn't bother with rail mounted stuff unless your planning to use the pistol as a primary weapon and play in dark areas, and even then I wouldn't do anything other than a dedicated pistol light (Surefire X300, Streamlight TLR, Insight X2, etc.) with some kind of lens cover.


    If you want to go derpy tacticool "just for looks" though, get a big vertical grip...
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  5. yakantosh

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    Amen to this! Whats the point of running a sidearm if you don't have quick access to it and you haver to search for it on the ground every few games? Consider it insurance for your pistol.
     
  6. bryanman

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    AGREED 100% ABOUT THE HOLSTER!!!

    Almost lost my pistol a week after I got it as it fell out during a stalk through the woods. Took 4 guys half an hour to find it.
    I generally use my pistol (KJW P229) as is, as in plain. For night games I'll throw on a light, but other than that, nothing else is really practical.
    As far as externals, the only thing that might be worth it is sights. Since this is similar to a Glock, you can probably find FibreOptic sights for it, then I would suggest those.
     
  7. Str8Oper6n

    Str8Oper6n New Member Supporting Member

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    I did a review of that gun for Evike and can confirm that Safariland and Blackhawk holsters for Glock 22/19/23 will fit that gun.
     
  8. Moltinpython

    Moltinpython New Member

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    I got this leg holster for it when I purchased the pistol
     

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  9. Str8Oper6n

    Str8Oper6n New Member Supporting Member

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    That holster will work, but as you get better you'll want something better and faster retention, like a safariland 6004
     
  10. Iram

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    I'd replace that with a good Safariland (or G-Code, Serpa, etc., but my preference is the Safariland ALS series).

    Drop leg holsters tend to either bounce a lot or act like tourniquets. Anything mounted on your legs moves a lot when you run. It's probably the worst way to setup a holster. If you have to run a leg holster, get a good one.

    (I do use a drop leg, but I don't like 'em.)
     
  11. Rushin

    Rushin Well-Known Member

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    I used a drop leg for a bit then switched to Blackhawk! Serpas. Never going back.
     
  12. Ch4ndl3r_Dittmar

    Ch4ndl3r_Dittmar New Member

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    I like the condor outdoors shoulder holster