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    blue/trainer gun fnx45t

    Does anyone know where I can find a blue/trainer gun for the fnx45 tactical. While deciding which holster I want to modify, I figured I should see if any of the holsters i currently have will fit. Well, I found one. The holster for my Taurus 24/7 oos 9mm fit like a glove. So right I didn't think it was going to come out.

    I don't want to risk and damage to my fnx45t while trying to expand the holster. I figure I would use a blue/trainer gun as a mold after hearing the holster. If anyone knows where i can find one that would be greatly appreciated.


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    I searched their site and did not put a dash so I didn't think they made one. I'll report back after i try a few modification with the blue gun
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    Why not just get one from Bravo Concealment? The retention on their holsters is perfect. I picked up one that would fit my light. They also give you the option for threaded barrel and RMR.
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    If you're using a kydex-type holster, a heat gun (like those used to remove tile from the floor, aided by a scraper) will soften the holster materials enough to tweak it a bit, using the real gun, and do so without any risk of damage to the gun. (Harbor Freight typically has one for under $10 that will do the job -- I've done it a number of times over the years.)

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