@Nemesis Thanks man! Yeah, it's an MG34. It's not live, though. It's an all original parts kit I put together on an 80% receiver. Basically a 25lb paperweight, but a pretty sweet paperweight. A live MG34 is a bit beyond my means .
Note that this holster is a competition / shooting class holster. It would NOT be good for tactical use or for IDPA as it does not retain the gun very well. If you did a flip with the gun in this holster, it would fall out. It is designed to let you quickly get the gun out.
For a more tactical holster with retention devices, you should go to Safariland. They have a holster builder:
It appears that Safariland does not have the Shadow 2 yet. You might wait or call them to see if they can do it.
You can have a holster custom made and even have lights and lasers installed.
In California we will no longer be able to buy ammunition online. We have to go to physical stores to buy it and have a background check done. I almost never buy factory ammo--I make my own. Using Dillon Precision reloading machines and premium components, you can make ammunition that is literally better than factory ammo. It is rare that something homemade can be better than something made in a factory, but ammunition is one of those areas if you know what you are doing.