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Old 02-04-2011, 01:36   #41
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I pudding like the nylon seat organizer please. I got some stuff ill donate to some other officer
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Old 02-09-2011, 22:24   #42
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Can Anyone use these??

Nylon double speed loader pouch good for match shooting.

If your department allows ballcaps have a light that fits on the bill so you don't have to juggle a light, cite book, and try to keep from getting hit by the guys that never pull to the next lane.

Have a round belt clip badge holder (no chain) for Stars and Round badges. Leather & New. Traded

If you have Department problems with gear growing legs. I will ship it to your house but I will check and see if you have been active in the CopTalk section for awhile or we have conversed before. Just started digging. Wife says too much stuff to move with.


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Old 02-10-2011, 00:41   #43
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Hmmm... I also have a Galco SOB holster for the G17/19. Will fit the G26 but not ideal. Does anyone figure they will have an use for this type of holster with all the hoopla about falling on your back and breaking your spine with the gun there?
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Old 02-10-2011, 12:42   #44
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Hmmm... I also have a Galco SOB holster for the G17/19. Will fit the G26 but not ideal. Does anyone figure they will have an use for this type of holster with all the hoopla about falling on your back and breaking your spine with the gun there?
Have a couple that carry there off duty. So the jackets cover them. SC doesn't allow visible firearm except for on duty in uniform LEO. I know of one department that you turn in your weapon to the armorer at EOW. But requires 24/7 carry & you need a CCW. Good Ole boy system is still alive & well in some areas.
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Does anyone happen to have a Aluminum citation holder 1 or 2 that you don't use any longer?

I have a level 3 holster for Sig 2304 or 2009 in clarino (the shiny stuff)
if any one needs. Going through the gear lockers from people that haven't worked for department in years.
What size?
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Old 02-10-2011, 23:38   #46
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Have a couple that carry there off duty. So the jackets cover them. SC doesn't allow visible firearm except for on duty in uniform LEO. I know of one department that you turn in your weapon to the armorer at EOW. But requires 24/7 carry & you need a CCW. Good Ole boy system is still alive & well in some areas.
So you are mandated to turn in your duty gun and carry your own off duty piece 24/7?

What about the non day shifters? Is there an armorer around the clock?
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Old 02-12-2011, 15:00   #47
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The double cuff case is on it's way to Magicmanmb
He was like a kid at Christmas once it got reclaimed some how it made it's way to anothers fingers. Even though my name was on the pkg.
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Old 02-15-2011, 12:24   #48
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So you are mandated to turn in your duty gun and carry your own off duty piece 24/7?

What about the non day shifters? Is there an armorer around the clock?
PM sent with particulars & yes it is STUPID x2. But if you ask standard answer is I-95 Runs Both Ways.
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Old 02-15-2011, 12:53   #49
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Small of back Galco holster for Glock 17 or 22
I would be interested in this, also if you have any department shoulder patches you can give out I would love one. I have a strait tick baton holder in nylon and a Gun mate double speed loader holder for 38/357. Both in good shape send a PM with mail info and department name.

The speed loader case if also nylon. Thanks Big

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Anyone got a basketweave baton holder for a straight stick?
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Old 02-16-2011, 09:25   #51
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Anyone got a basketweave baton holder for a straight stick?
The nylon holder I have is not very noticeable on a basketweave belt. The only part that is nylon is the strap that goes around the belt. The ring is metal and a small tab on it to help keep the stick in line. I would put up a photo but when I attempt it gets blocked. I don't know if I just don't have enough time on hear or if I have to many photos. From what I know I only have one of two photos up. Any ways if you are interested in the holder let me know. Big
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That would be so sweet to have a straight stick
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I went back to a straight stick a few months ago and I noticed the same trend when I see other cops around the streets. It seems like people are realizing the ASP, while handy, does not have the same effect as a solid stick.
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Old 02-18-2011, 08:19   #54
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i have a basketweave safariland duty holster for a non rail sig 229. Id like to trade this, as it cost over $150 and its like new...
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I went back to a straight stick a few months ago and I noticed the same trend when I see other cops around the streets. It seems like people are realizing the ASP, while handy, does not have the same effect as a solid stick.
My wife has decided on the design and wood and will be calling the guy@ copstix.com on Monday or Tuesday. Since she's originally from New Jersey I have a feeling it will be one of those designs. What's funny is State Constables just got approved to carry and train w the Cold Steel Kogas. There is nothing like good old fashioned police wood to take the fight out of someone. I have bent 2 ASP airweights on the last couple of years and that was just training them for use on a heavy bag. One of the Tacticooollll guys wants PR-24 certification. I know every department has one of these has more lights, bells and whistles on his patrol rifle than he does ammo. If he can pass the test He can carry but since I'm one of the few that kept up certification when they all decided ASPs were the greatest less lethal. He has to come up with 14 more told him it wasn't worth my time for less tha
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Old 02-19-2011, 18:33   #56
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Safariland

I have a Safariland 6280 Fine-Tac Finish, right hand for Sig 228R-229R with light if anyone needs it.


Also, looking for Beretta 92-96 stuff
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Old 02-20-2011, 01:41   #57
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I have a duty double mag pouch in basketweave for the Beretta 92.
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Old 02-20-2011, 08:18   #58
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I have a Safariland 6280 Fine-Tac Finish, right hand for Sig 228R-229R with light if anyone needs it.


Also, looking for Beretta 92-96 stuff
I could use that Sig holster! I have a Beretta 96 paddle back thumb snap holster I don't need.
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Old 02-20-2011, 09:07   #59
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Bianchi Level 3 Duty Holster

I have a new Bianchi 3-2-1 Nylon DUty Holster, right hand for S&W 5900-4000 series if anyone needs it.
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Old 02-20-2011, 13:52   #60
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Perfect Fit plain black leather OC case, fits MK3 OC, comes with a can of Fox (unused but like 3 years old). Case is in good shape but the once black snap is worn to a bronze finish.

Trade for 2 of your dept patches.
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