#DIGTHERIG – Luke and his Glock 20 in a K Rounds Holster



My names Lucas and I carry a glock 20 gen 4 with a laser max guide rod.

Why g20 in 10mm?

I live in Sitka Alaska on an island with one of the densest populations of brown bears in the world.  My daily carry ammo is double tap 200gr. Hard cast rounds that leave the barrel at 1400 fps and hit with a muzzle energy of 750 ft pounds .  While I have no doubt as to the stopping power this weapon would effectively have on a bear (which is my main concern and the reason for this ammo selection while in Alaska) it would be overkill for a human.  The penetration would be way too much and have me very concerned about where that projectile goes after it passes through the bad guy so for that reason I switch to a hollow point round when carrying in bigger cities and the bogey is more than likely to be human.

The holster:

K Rounds IWB traditional

I found this little shop by mistake while looking for ammo in tukwilla wa before a flight back home.  The hole in the wall kind of shop opened up to a very friendly owner who personally greeted me.  And while they didn’t have what I came in for I couldn’t help but try on their custom holsters.  This one is made out of a semi-rigid plastic and carbon fiber resin with adjustable retention screws.  The belt securing loops have one way fasteners that have To be put on and taken off one way.. described in the instructions.  If I were to find myself in a scuffle I want that weapon and holster to stay attached to me.  I see alien wear and others with just the clips that look like could be compromised if the confrontation turned into a wrestling match. I’ve tried a variety of leather IWB that just weren’t what I was looking for.  This holster not only conceals the full size pistol with full trigger guard protection but is very comfortable, even when driving.


Trijicon night sights and lasermax guide rod .

It’s all about sight picture and target acquisition.  In the heat of the moment when face to face with a 1000 pound charging grizzly or an armed intruder in the middle of the night the faster I can draw a bead the more shots I can deliver the faster the threat can be stopped the safer I will be.

Why the bench made infidel?

Because it’s awesome and Alaska has no restrictions on automatic knives.  The double edged dagger style blade auto opens and retracts.  It also has benchmades lifetime warranty.


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Brandon is the founder of Concealed Nation and is an avid firearm enthusiast, with a particular interest in responsible concealed carry. His EDC is a Springfield Armory Hellcat OSP, with a Shield Sights RMSC Red Dot, that holds Hornady 165 gr FTX Critical Defense rounds, and rides comfortably in a Vedder Holsters ComfortTuck IWB holster.

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