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Old 08-06-2010, 19:46   #801
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Old 08-07-2010, 20:46   #802
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Old 10-07-2010, 21:51   #803
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Old 10-18-2010, 21:11   #804
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Left to right

Double mag pouch 2x 15 rds Ranger T 165 .40
two spare keys behind mags
Ka-Bar TDI large behind mags
Blackhawk Serpa x26 holster with spare cartridge holster (one down, used one last night)
Blackhawk flashlight holder, with Streamlight TL-2 led
Motorola radio in cheap pouch
single cuff case, S&W model 100
latex glove case
Sabre Red
ASP
Glock 22 with skate tape
Double cuff case green and blue S&W 100's (colored cuffs are harder to steal)
Body mic

left cargo pocket:
Streamlight Stinger LED HP
Ruger LCP

Left ankle

S&W 340PD 357mag

back right pocket

Benchmade Griptilian

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Old 11-04-2010, 21:50   #805
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L-R: Mags, Taser, Baton Radio, Holster, Keys, Cuffs

Readily available: Knife in L pocket, Boot knife, M4, more ammo, flexicuffs, search gloves, streamlight strion, OC spray, external vest + helmet, breaching tools and shield,

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Old 11-04-2010, 21:57   #806
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Is that brown leather??
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Old 11-04-2010, 22:04   #807
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Cordovan, technically.
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Old 11-05-2010, 23:19   #808
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Cordovan, technically.
Slick

Must be a pain to find though.
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Old 11-18-2010, 21:17   #809
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Are the feet issue...or do you supply those??
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:31   #810
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Sweet mother of National Park Service!

I can't decide if I love it or hate it.
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Old 11-21-2010, 21:43   #811
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Sweet mother of National Park Service!

I can't decide if I love it or hate it.
That obvious, huh?
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Old 11-22-2010, 08:24   #812
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That obvious, huh?


I am privileged to work with some of your federal brethren. There are two national parks in my jurisdiction.
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Old 11-22-2010, 08:38   #813
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Old 11-23-2010, 17:35   #814
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Wow some of you guys have tons of "stuff" on your belts. I slimmed down over the years to the bare essentials. My back was sick of the weight. I went from 2 cuffs, to 1. Took the ASP off.
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Old 11-25-2010, 22:55   #815
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Updated today.

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Hinged Peerless cuffs in a Safariland carrier
Springfield 1911 in a Safariland 6320
20 round PMAG in a "Deployment Solu" carrier
2 pair of Peerless cuffs in Safariland cases
X26 in a Serpa
XTS5000 in a COM radio holder
Baton ring with a 30 inch Dymondwood Ebony straight stick
Streamlight Polytac in a Surefire V70
4 spare mags in a Hoffners custom mag carrier

Not pictured are various keepers, the stick and whatever big light of the week I'm carrying in my sap pocket. I'm thinking about a LED upgrade for my Ultrastinger and retiring my SL20LED.
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Old 11-26-2010, 02:05   #816
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I see you like your stuff all in the open with no flap, Cochese.
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Old 11-26-2010, 04:15   #817
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Hinged Peerless cuffs in a Safariland carrier
Springfield 1911 in a Safariland 6320
20 round PMAG in a "Deployment Solu" carrier
2 pair of Peerless cuffs in Safariland cases
X26 in a Serpa
XTS5000 in a COM radio holder
Baton ring with a 30 inch Dymondwood Ebony straight stick
Streamlight Polytac in a Surefire V70
4 spare mags in a Hoffners custom mag carrier

Not pictured are various keepers, the stick and whatever big light of the week I'm carrying in my sap pocket. I'm thinking about a LED upgrade for my Ultrastinger and retiring my SL20LED.

Damn that;s a lot of gear!

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Safariland belt, Safariland 6360, Smith and Wesson M&P, 16" Monadnock Autolock with Handi-cap, Safariland single cuff case with S&W chained cuffs, MK3 Sabre Red in Safariland pouch, and Safariland double mag pouch. I switch my radio holder between this belt and my jail belt.

I need a good flashlight to put on my belt, but thats in the works.

Everything pictured is issued.
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Old 11-26-2010, 07:02   #818
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I see you like your stuff all in the open with no flap, Cochese.
Just how it should be.

Cochese, no OC? And where do you keep your MVS mic box?
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Old 11-26-2010, 09:54   #819
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Yeah. I used to be required to have flaps. They are worthless. They slow me down and offer no considerable retention over what I have.

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Safariland belt, Safariland 6360, Smith and Wesson M&P, 16" Monadnock Autolock with Handi-cap, Safariland single cuff case with S&W chained cuffs, MK3 Sabre Red in Safariland pouch, and Safariland double mag pouch. I switch my radio holder between this belt and my jail belt.

I need a good flashlight to put on my belt, but thats in the works.

Everything pictured is issued.
Everything there is something I classify as important. No cell phone holders, multi-tools etc. I regularly run into scenes where I need three sets of cuffs NOW.

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Just how it should be.

Cochese, no OC? And where do you keep your MVS mic box?
I hate pepper spray. I ditched it the day it was no longer required. I have a TASER and baton if it gets real.

No cameras here in Colorado, so I don't have to worry about being mic'd up anymore!
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Old 11-26-2010, 10:17   #820
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Old 11-28-2010, 10:27   #821
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Very interesting, how do you like that mag pouch? With a 34" waist I'm always looking for ways to increase belt space..

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Old 11-28-2010, 22:26   #822
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You think 34" is tough? Take a look at my pics in this thread to see how it works with a 31" waist. I have zero space and I'm lucky to get my keepers in!
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Old 12-02-2010, 10:04   #823
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Very interesting, how do you like that mag pouch? With a 34" waist I'm always looking for ways to increase belt space..
I really like the mag pouch. I have a *ahem* slightly larger waist but I like it because it has a smaller footprint which allows my velcro underbelt and the velcro on the duty belt to make more contact and be more stable. I cannot stand to have stuff moving around. I also like it because its one of the only pouches I can wear vertical that doesnt poke my in the quad when sitting in the cruiser/squating/ whatever else that requires the leg to bend.

The only piece of gear on my belt I'm not happy with is the Blackhawk! flashlight holder for my Strion LED. Ive lost count how many times I got out of the car only to hear the sound of the Strion bouncing off the pavement. I have a new pouch from Stallion on the way so hopefully that will cure the problem.
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Old 12-02-2010, 23:19   #824
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I really like the mag pouch. I have a *ahem* slightly larger waist but I like it because it has a smaller footprint which allows my velcro underbelt and the velcro on the duty belt to make more contact and be more stable. I cannot stand to have stuff moving around. I also like it because its one of the only pouches I can wear vertical that doesnt poke my in the quad when sitting in the cruiser/squating/ whatever else that requires the leg to bend.

The only piece of gear on my belt I'm not happy with is the Blackhawk! flashlight holder for my Strion LED. Ive lost count how many times I got out of the car only to hear the sound of the Strion bouncing off the pavement. I have a new pouch from Stallion on the way so hopefully that will cure the problem.
If you don't want your gear to move, get a set of Uncle Mike's molded belt keepers. Not the nylon ones. The rubber molded ones. They are indestructible and they GRIP!

Once I lock them on, my duty belt does not move one iota. If I try to shift the duty belt around, my pants go with it. I don't even use a velcro underbelt, don't need it.

The molded keepers are like $10 a set. Cheap. I've had mine since 1999 and they are still good as new. No fade or chip on the black snaps either.
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If you don't want your gear to move, get a set of Uncle Mike's molded belt keepers. Not the nylon ones. The rubber molded ones. They are indestructible and they GRIP!

Once I lock them on, my duty belt does not move one iota. If I try to shift the duty belt around, my pants go with it. I don't even use a velcro underbelt, don't need it.

The molded keepers are like $10 a set. Cheap. I've had mine since 1999 and they are still good as new. No fade or chip on the black snaps either.
Been using them since day 1.

I dont know how some guys stand to have their belts sagging and stuff sliding around everytime they move.
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