Safariland Model 6360 ALS Holster Review


I recently changed my duty holster over from a Safariland SSIII to the Safariland Model 6360-832 Holster.   After almost a decade of drawing a handgun from a SSIII holster and defeating the retention mechanisms one way, it took a few hundred drawing repetitions  to change my “muscle memory”.  The end result was well worth the efforts.  Unlike some other holsters that require the draw to take on varying angles and twists, the ALS holster’s draw is straight up after retention devices have been defeated.

Additionally, the draw from a seated position, especially in a patrol car, is much more effortless than with the SSIII, which requires the handgun being rocked to the rear a fraction of an inch to defeat a level of retention, which usually means pressing it into the seat back.


A few of the benefits to note are the increased speed of the draw with the ALS compared to the SSIII as well as the security of conducting an immediate re-holster of the handgun.  With the SSIII I had to get at least one of the snaps fastened to semi-secure the handgun, while with the ALS all I was required to do was to “drop” the handgun back into the holster until it “clicked” or locked into a secure position, or as some would consider the first level of retention.


The ALS holster is considered a Level III holster, though it is also available in a Level IV with the addition of an optional sentry installed.  As viewed in the photo above, the first level of retention is underneath the hood with a “thumb break”, the second level being the hood, and the third being the hood guard, which looks like a shield to the left of the hood as pictured.  The purpose of the hood guard is to help prevent a gun grab from the front of the individual wearing the holster.  Not all body shapes are the same and some officers have found the hood guard to be uncomfortable.  For them, we have installed a sentry as their third level of retention in lieu of the guard.


The finish that I chose was the STX Plain Black and has held up fairly well over months of use and abuse.  There is one blemish that you can see on the bottom of the holster (pictured above), though in my honest opinion, it is just part of doing business.  The STX Plain Black finish has held up better than the previously issued SSIII holster’s finish from the holster that was initially issued to me a decade ago.


Though in the above photo, the holster looks huge, I have not had any issues with the size of the holster.  Additionally, I know that some will make mention about the HSGI Extended Pistol Taco Pouch holding the ASP Baton being too close to the handgun, effecting the draw.  When worn, the holster and the baton pouch are spread out enough due to the curvature of my body and they do not interfere with one another.


As seen from below, the light is not covered and the bottom of the holster is not sealed off.  I have had no problems with the light being damaged or even exposed to any hazards, however, with the opening, water and other minor debris cannot build up as it will drain out of the bottom of the holster.

For those who participate in NLTA (Non-Lethal Training Ammunition) Training (aka “Simunitions”), be mindful that the bottom of the interior of this holster has a “guide rod” that inserts into the barrel.  This “guide rod” is to maintain the handguns proper positioning and security inside the  holster when the light is not installed.  With the majority, if not all of the available “Sim Guns”, the barrel’s opening is off-set as not to allow live “real world” ammunition inadvertently being chambered and having the firing pin strike the primer of a live round.  That being said, the “guide rod” will not fit into the barrel of the “Sim Gun” and will not allow for a proper “seating” of the handgun in the holster.  This has never proven to be a deal breaker, but something to be mindful of when you cannot completely holster and secure your handgun during training.

Overall, I am extremely pleased with this holster and would highly recommend it to any Law Enforcement / Military / Security personnel that require a secure and fast means of carrying their handgun in hazardous environments.  The holster retails between $147-$217 depending on options.  This is a fair price to pay considering the value of being able to retain your handgun when it truly matters.

For more information, check out the Safariland webpage.

T(-) Countdown


* addressed jQuery undefined function error on some WordPress installs
* javascript cleanup


* fixed TIE-Fighter style to deal with box-sizing and will now adjust width automatically
* updated the enqueue_scripts to be called using the proper hooks
* only load the widget admin scripts on the widget page
* datepicker now works when widget is first dropped on a sidebar


* fixed but with omitweeks attribute


* fixed IE rotation issue in some styles


* updated jQuery UI datepicker style.
* added Russian language
* added Slovak language
* added Persian language
* added Czech language
* added Lithuanian language
* added Catalan language
* added French language


* added cloud-city style which is a clone of vintage that came with vintage wedding theme:


* When setting jsplacment to inline, script is forced to print after countdown elements.
* Escape characters no longer converted in widget tile
* Fixed ‘Top Scroll’ issue:


* only load jQuery datepicker and related css on widgets admin page
* countup will switch to triple digits for numbers above 100
* added carbonite-responsive style
* added hoth style


* calculate local time using WordPress current_time() function
* fixed bug for iOS devices using Chrome


* fixed missing php tag.


* Added I18n localization support
* Added German translation
* Added source to Github:


* Fixed issue with flashing animations on inactive tabs (again)


* Bug fix: missing single quote on launchtarget.


* Requires WordPress 3.3 or newer
* Added jQuery datepicker for selecting target date
* Added new ‘Count Up’ feature


* Fixed spacing issues with some styles
* Rockstar features will default to collapsed to save space
* Updated method of locating plugins directory


* Upgraded to a more efficient method of loading only the styles that are being used


* Fixed CSS bugs, added new style: c-p30 mini


* Greatly improved countdown script efficiency


* Added two new image-free css styles: TIE-Fighter and C-3PO
* Fixed an issue with strange spacing caused by WordPress’ wonky wpautop function
* Moved plugin page at Twinpictures’ Plugin Oven
* Consolidated support to WordPress Forums and added Premium Support option.
* Fixed closed arrow issue on the widget options page.


* Fixed issue with Digit Titles not being saved unless in rockstar mode


* adjusted CSS to be compatible with WordPress 3.3


* super fun with svn tagging issues.


* further countdown optimizations.


* Reworked the countdown timer function to deal with the requestAnimationFrame issue on an inactive tab in Chrome. By not blindly stacking timers on a tab the user cannot see them, the browser will have a reduced CPU footprint, leading to improved battery life in mobile devices.


* Now works with retched Internet Explorer browser-like crap. Included new ‘carbonlite’ theme for single line countdown love.


* Fixed bug with onlaunch HTML when using shortcode.


* Added option of inserting the javascript in the footer or inline, after the countdown has been inserted.


* Verify that a style has been set before looping – was throwing an error.
* Improved load times by printing all javascript in the footer
* Workaround for strange behavior with html content sent using shortcode


* Multiple instance sidebar widgets.
* Advanced above and below HTML areas.
* Advanced ‘on-launch’ event that will display custom HTML in a target area when the countdown reaches 00:00:00.
* Added shortcode to include multiple countdowns in post and pages.


* 1.6 had completely different file structure that hosed the svn repository.


* Added automatic 3-digit weeks and days.
* Pimped out the Jedi css switcher to better handle user generated styles.
* Added new carbonite style by Lauren at


* Cleaned up code that was throwing array_merge warning errors on some systems.


* NOW, when making time calculations, refers to the local time as set by WordPress in Settings > General > Timezone.


* fixed issue with 1.2 not extracting the args… therefore there was not before-widget / before-title love. Sleep is important, as it turns out.


* Reverted to the standard jQuery Library that comes with WordPress as it was conflicting with the TinyMCE/Visual Editor. To gain jQuery Google Caching, give the “Use Google Libraries” Plugin a whirl.


* Squashed a bug that caused PHP to throw an extract() warning on some systems.


* The plugin came to be.



* reverting to ver.2.2 state (enqueue script using ‘init’ hook and into the header) because users start receiving spam messages


* update input names

Contact Form DB


* Better XSS protection for admin panels


* Bug fix in [cfdb-html] variable substitution when data for column is not present.


* Generating the [submit_time] tag for Contact Form 7 is now an option in the Options page and is off by default to avoid the post being flagged as spam
* Added some protection against cross site scripting


* Bug Fix: No longer generating ‘submit_url’ for Contact Form 7 email because it seems to cause CF7 to think it is a spam submission and it drops it.
* Bug fix: when form name has commas in it, retrieving its data from the DB did not work because plugin was treating it as a list of form names


* Fix to capturing Gravity Forms list values


* Bug fix in “trans”


* Work-around for WP bug


* Bug fix related to Excel Internet Query export
* Bug fix when HTML special characters in short code attributes


* Bug fix related to “trans” with multiple transform functions


* Added delete button in admin screen viewing single submission
* Can now include in CF7 emails the CFDB [submit_time] and [submit_url]
* Fixes to handling line breaks in [cfdb-json]


* PHP fix: work-around for bug in PHP 5.3.0 – 5.3.8


* Bug fix: [cfdb-export-link] was not processing all short code options


* Bug fix: on some system submit_time timestamp lost precision due to being represented in scientific notation. This can cause more than one submission being seen as the same.


* Fix to error message introduced in 2.8.4


* New short code [cfdb-save-form-maker-post] can be used to capture data from Form Maker plugin.
* Bug fix: (recently introduced in 2.8) Fixed handling of filter expressions with $_POST(field) where field is blank
* Bug fix: Fix for rarely experienced bug where plugin is confused about needing to upgrade itself


* IMPORTANT: Addition fix to work properly with Contact Form 7 version 3.9


* IMPORTANT: Contact Form 7 users will need to update to this version when they update to Contact Form 7 version 3.9 otherwise data will no longer be saved in the database!
* Bug fix: cases where blank version saved to DB was causing the plugin to keep trying to upgrade
* Bug fix: data with blank column name was causing query to fail and data not to be displayed


* Bug fix: transform re-assigning the value of a column was creating a duplicate column


* Can put functions in short code filters. See documentation
* Can transform data coming into short codes by assigning functions or classes in the new “trans” short code attribute. See documentation
* All short code options can be set to $_POST(value), $_GET(value), $_COOKIE(value)
* Most short codes now allows for an optional “before” and “after” section
* Admin page view now has links on each row to bring up a window with just that entry’s data. Easier to read and print (and edit if Editor extension is installed)
* Support for MySqli which should fix some character encoding issues
* Returning null from cfdb_form_data filter now stops the form from saving
* Bug fix: hook to save form data was not returning “true” an causing subsequent hooks for other plugins to not be called.


* Simpler Google Live Data implementation
* [cfdb-json] now supports “header” and “headers” options. Short code builder page now generates JSON export link.


* Fix: short code builder page for Google Live Data typo: was giving the spreadsheet function as “cfdbddata” instead of “cfdbdata”


* Fix for mysql_real_escape_string error


* Google Spreadsheet Live Data now fixed. But users need to regenerate Google script code
* Google Spreadsheet Live Data function now supports all standard short code options (filter, show, hide, etc.)
* Short Code Builder page now can build function call to be used in Google Spreadsheet
* [cfdb-export-link], CSV exports and Excel export Links now support “headers” options


* Integration with wp-parsidate to shows Shamsi(Jalali) dates.


* Integration with Gravity Forms
* Translation updates


* Bug fix: When option was set, Cookies were not being captured with the form submission unless explicitly listed
* Option page has “have donated” option that will turn off showing the Donate button on admin pages


* Admin page has checkbox for selecting all visible rows
* New option: #Rows (of maximum above) visible in the Admin datatable
* Custom short code filters (alpha)


* Minor bug fix: needed to strip slashes from dt_options when using cfdb-datatable by URL
* Minor bug fix: avoiding divide by zero error in [cfdb-value]
* Minor bug fix: avoiding error when no timezone set: “Notice: date_default_timezone_set() []: Timezone ID ” is invalid”


* [cfdb-datatable form=”form-name” edit=”true”] The “edit” option makes the table editable if the CFDB Editor plugin extension is also installed.
* [cfdb-datatable] “Show” setting shows all rows by default
* [cfdb-datatable] upgraded the included DataTables to version 1.9.4
* Support for import from CSV file when CFDB Editor extension is installed


* Minor bug fix. When user has exactly one form and admin page auto-loads that form’s data, the editor plugin did not know which form to edit.


* Now “headers” option on [cfdb-table] and [cfdb-datatable] allow you to change column header display names, e.g [cfdb-table form=”form1″ headers=”ext_field1=First Name,ext_field2=Last Name”]
* Can now query multiple forms at once in short codes, e.g. [cfdb-table form=”form1,form2″]
* Added RSS URLs
* Can now use regex’s in options for forms & fields to ignore and which cookie values to save


* Added option to set the timezone in which Submit Time should be captured.


* Bug Fix: noSaveFields not observed for file upload files


* Fixing “PHP Notice: Undefined property: WPCF7_ContactForm::$user”


* Fix where JetPack users could not see submitted data related to form field names with a single quote in them


* Fixing issue where admin page for data does not show for users less than administration even when permissions are set for such users to view the data


* Fixed WordPress 3.5 compatibility issue where uploaded files were not being saved.
* New top-level menu on administration page
* JetPack form submissions are now separated based on the JetPack form ID. The form name will be listed as ‘JetPack Contact Form ‘ followed by the form’s numeric ID.


* Added Japanese language support (Shift-JIS)


* Fixed character encoding issues with Excel IQY


* Added new short code attribute “role” to limit short code output only to those with sufficient role.
* Added new short code attribute “permissionmsg” to allow turning off the “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this data” message


* Now captures data from JetPack Contact Form
* Added filter hook cfdb_form_data that can be used to change data before it gets submitted
* Added “random” option to short code. Used to retrieve random subset of rows from the query.
Usage example: [cfdb-table form=”myform” random=”1″].
The number is the number of random rows to return.
* Added button to remove _wpcf7 columns in admin page


* Bug fix that occasionally prevents pagination in the admin view of data
* Bug fix where external integrations posting to CFDB might fail if list of upload files was null instead of empty array


* Bug fix where $_GET and $_COOKIE would not work


* Variable substitution in filter now works when embedded in text, e.g. filter=”fname~~/.*$_POST(fname).*/i&&lname~~/.*$_POST(lname).*/i”
* Filters: Handling where one has two ampersands in a filter expression to indicate logical AND but the WordPress editor
converts them to html-coded version of ampersand.
* Excel IQuery export now takes standard shortcode options
* New “header=false” in table type short codes and IQuery will avoid showing the header.


* Bug Fix: Fix to match change to Contact Form 7 version 3.1 where uploaded files were not being saved to the database.


* Bug Fix: seeing error “undefined function is_plugin_active()”


* Bug Fix: Admin page data table was not showing top search banner when datatable using i18n
* Displays Jalali dates when wp-jalali plugin is installed and activated


* Improvement: cfdb-html now supports nested short codes
* Bug Fix: short code builder for cfdb-html not showing template HTML tags
* Improvement: if “form” missing from a short code, PHP error no longer happens


* Can do exports via the Short Code Builder Page with the main short code options applied (show, hide, search, filter, limit, orderby)


* Bug fix: for some users the fix in 2.2.1 for setting character encoding when retrieving was throwing exception because
no $wpdb->set_charset() method exists. Made code handle this case


* Bug fix: relating to character encoding: umlaut characters not displaying correctly
* Bug fix: “class” attribution on table tag was not being emitted for [cfdb-datatables]
* Fixed some strings that were not being internationalized.
* More links to documentation on Database Short Code page


* Short code “filter” values using submit_time can now use ‘strtotime’ values. E.g. “submit_time>last week”
* Dropped index `form_name_field_name_idx` but this fails on some MySQL versions and needs to be done manually (MySQL Bug 37910).


* Upgrade of DataTables to version 1.8.2 from 1.7.6


* New short code: [cfdb-save-form-post]
* [cfdb-html] new option: “stripbr”
* Raw submit_time is available for short codes as a field name
* Removed unnecessary quotes in Short Code builder page for “enc” value in URL generated by [cfdb-export-link]
* On uninstall, table in DB is no longer dropped by default
* When accessing a file link, it will it can now display in the browser instead of forcing a download. Mime-type issues resolves.


* Bug fix: where [cfdb-count] always gave total, ignoring filters
* Added ‘percent’ function to [cfdb-count]


* Data editing support in conjunction with Contact Form to Database Edit plugin
* Name of table that stores data was down-cased from wp_CF7DBPlugin_SUBMITS to wp_cf7dbplugin_submits to avoid issues
described in


* Bug fix: when using “filter” operators < and > where not working in cases where they were represented &gt; and &lt; HTML codes
* Bug fix: “orderby” in shortcode was ignoring if ordered by “Submitted” or “submit_time”
* Filter operations now try to do numeric comparisons when possible
* Can now use “submit_time” field in “filter” to filter on the timestamp float.
* [cfdb-html] now preserves line breaks in fields by converting new lines to BR tags.
* CFDBFormIterator now includes a ‘submit_time’ field showing the raw timestamp


* [cfdb-html] now has wpautop option
* Form input is now always run through stripslashes() regardless of whether or not get_magic_quotes_gpc is on. This is to be consistent with wp_magic_quotes always being called


* New shortcode: [cfdb-export-link]
* Bug fix in JSON output


* Added Shortcode builder page
* [cf7db-count] shortcode now supports counting all forms using form=”*” or a list of forms using form=”form1,form2,form3″
* [cf7db-html] now has “filelinks” option useful for displaying image uploads.
* Added options to turn on/off capturing form submissions from CF7 and FSCF


* Added “cfdb_submit” hook. See
* Added delimiter option for [cfdb-value] shortcode, e.g. [cfdb-value delimiter=’,’]
* Bug fix related to [cfdb-value] when not used as a shortcode (it was not observing show & hide options)
* Now including DataTables distribution inside this distribution so that page does not reference scripts from another site (so sites using https have everything encrypted on the page)
* In [cfdb-html] shortcode, now removing undesired leading “br” tag and ending “p” tag that WordPress injects. This was messing up table rows (tr tags) in the shortcode because WP was injecting line breaks between the rows.


* Minor bug fixes.


* Minor bug fixes.
* Added option to not delete data on uninstall


* Fixed bug introduced in 1.8 where deleting individual rows from the admin page did nothing.


* New shortcodes [cfdb-html] and [cfdb-count]
* New Shortcode option: ‘limit’
* New Shortcode option: ‘orderby’
* Performance/memory enhancements to enable plugin to handle large data volumes
* Now capturing form submission times with microseconds to avoid collision of two submissions during the same second
* Fixed to work with installations where wp-content is not at the standard location
* Shortcode “show” and “hide” values can now use regular expressions to identify columns
* Option to show database query text on Admin page


* Creating an export from the admin panel now filters rows based on text in the DataTable “Search” field.
* [cfdb-json] now has “format” option.
* Fixed bug where “Submitted” column would sometimes appear twice in shortcodes
* Now can filter on “Submitted” column.
* Admin Database page is now blank by default and you have to select a form to display.


* Now fully supports internationalization (i18n) but we need people to contribute more translation files.
* DataTables (including those created by shortcodes) will automatically i18n based on translations available from
* Italian translation courtesy of Gianni Diurno
* Turkish translation courtesy of Oya Simpson
* Admin page DataTable: removed horizontal scrolling because headers do not scroll with columns properly
* Updated license to GPL3 from GPL2


* Bug fix: Fixed bug causing FireFox to not display DataTables correctly.


* Bug fix: Handling problem where user is unable to export from Admin page because jQuery fails to be loaded.


* Bug fix: avoiding inclusion of DataTables CSS in global admin because of style conflicts & efficiency


* Bug fix in CSV Exports where Submitted time format had a comma in it, the comma was being interpreted as a
field delimiter.
* Accounting for local timezone offset in display of dates


* Admin page for viewing data is not sortable and filterable
* New shortcode: [cfdb-datatable] to putting sortable & filterable tables on posts and pages.
This incorporates
* Option for display of localized date-time format for Submitted field based on WP site configuration in
“Database Options” -> “Use Custom Date-Time Display Format”
* Option to save Cookie data along with the form data. “Field names” of cookies will be “Cookie
See “Database Options” -> “Save Cookie Data with Form Submissions” and “Save only cookies in DB named”


* Now works with Fast Secure Contact Form (FSCF)
* New shortcode `[cfdb-value]`
* New shortcode `[cfdb-json]`
* Renamed shortcode `[cf7db-table]` to `[cfdb-table]` (dropped the “7”) but old one still works.
* Added option to set roles that can see data when using `[cfdb-table]` shortcode
* Can now specify per-column CSS for `[cfdb-table]` shortcode table (see FAQ)
* Fixed bug with `[cfdb-table]` shortcode where the table aways appeared at the top of a post instead of embedded with the rest of the post text.


* Added a PHP version check. This Plugin Requires PHP5 or later. Often default configurations are PHP4. Now a more informative error is given when the user tries to activate the plugin with PHP4.


* If user is logged in when submitting a form, ‘Submitted Login’ is captured
* `[cfdb-table]` shortcode options for filtering rows including using user variables (see FAQ)
* `[cfdb-table]` shortcode options for CSS
* Can exclude forms from being saved to DB by name


* Added `[cf7db-table]` shortcode to incorporate form data on regular posts and pages. Use `[cf7db-table form=”your-form”]` with optional “show” and “hide: [cf7db-table form=”your-form” show=”field1,field2,field3″] (optionally show selected fields), [cf7db-table form=”your-form” hide=”field1,field2,field3″] (optionally hide selected fields)


* Added export to Google spreadsheet
* Now saves files uploaded via a CF7 form. When defining a file upload in CF7, be sure to set a file size limit. Example: [file upload limit:10mb]
* Made date-time format configurable.
* Can specify field names to be excluded from being saved to the DB.
* In Database page, the order of columns in the table follows the order of fields from the last form submitted.


* Added export to Excel Internet Query
* “Submitted” now shows time with timezone instead of just the date.
* The height of cells in the data display are limited to avoid really tall rows. Overflow cells will get a scroll bar.
* Protection against HTML-injection
* Option to show line breaks in multi-line form submissions
* Added POT file for i18n


* Option for UTF-8 or UTF-16LE export. UTF-16LE works better for MS Excel for some people but does it not preserve line breaks inside a form entry.


* Admin menu now appears under CF7’s “Contact” top level menu
* Includes an Options page to configure who can see and delete submitted data in the database
* Saves data in DB table as UTF-8 to support non-latin character encodings.
* CSV Export now in a more Excel-friendly encoding so it can properly display characters from different languages


* Added Export to CSV file
* Now can delete a row


* Initial Revision.

100,000 Facebook Fan Giveaway


Now that the new house is getting settled into, I figured that it would be a good time to start organizing the 100,000 Facebook Fan Giveaway for to say THANK YOU for all of the support.  Sponsorship requests are underway and have been sent out.  I am hoping to start the giveaway around December 10th with a drawing on December 31st.

If you are a company that would like to participate, please email me at to coordinate your sponsorship.

So far, here is a list of the sponsors:

  1. Aero Precision
  2. Arisaka Defense
  3. Battle Comp
  4. Battle Mug
  5. Blitzkrieg Components
  6. Centurion Arms
  7. CMT Tactical
  8. Elite Tactical Systems Group
  9. Elzetta Design
  10. Froglube
  11. Gear Sector
  12. Gunstruction
  13. Heckler & Koch
  14. Hexmag
  15. Kriss-USA
  16. LanTac USA
  17. MagPod
  18. Mission First Tactical
  19. Nap-Tac
  20. Seekins Precision
  21. SFP Tactical
  22. SOG Knives
  23. Sphinx
  24. Spool Tool
  25. Tactical 550
  26. TactiCool Tees
  27. Umbrella Corporation

*The list of sponsors will be updated as email confirmations are received.  Please check back periodically to see who has been added. 

GunWatcher is having a HUGE Contest


GunWatcher is giving away $20,000 worth of firearms and other tactical goodness.  You do not want to miss out on this giveaway.

Click the banner below to enter:


Here is the list of prizes….

  • Vepr Pioneer .223 Rifle
  • Century Mini Draco AK47 Pistol
  • Century N-PAP AK47
  • (2) WISE Company 56 Serving Entrée and Breakfast Package
  • (2) WISE Foods 5 Day Survival Backpack
  • IWI Tavor SAR TSB16 Bullpup
  • Trijicon TA31F ACOG
  • Trijicon RMR
  • Black Rain Ordnance Model PG3 Rifle
  • Aero Precision M5 .308 AR
  • Adams Arms Rifle
  • (3) San Tan Tactical Billet Receiver Combo Sets
  • Ruger 10/22
  • (2) Glock 42
  • FN PS90
  • CMMG M4-LE AR15
  • (2) US Arms Patriot AR15 Lower Receiver
  • Colt 6920 Socom Complete AR15 Upper
  • CMMG AR15 Lower Parts Kit
  • .30 Caliber Ammo Can
  • (5) IMI Magazines
  • (5) Boxes of Sinterfire Fragible Ammo
  • Heckler & Koch HK VP9

If you haven’t entered yet, click HERE.

Patch Giveaway (1 of 4)

Over the next few weeks I will be holding four morale patch giveaways.  These giveaways will be from patches that I have collected over the past few years and are duplicates in my collection.  The rules of each giveaway may be different, though they will be limited to US shipping locations (APO/FPO okay).

Patch Giveaway 1-1000

For this giveaway, you must “Like” all of the manufacturer’s Facebook pages.  Click on the link below for each of the Facebook Pages that you must like,   Once you have liked all of the pages, comment on this post with the City and State where you live.  This will be  your entry.

Giveaway starts now and ends on Black Friday, November28th at 2000 hours PST.  Winner will be notified via email.

Facebook Pages to Like: