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Old 07-25-2012, 13:54   #1251
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I am volunteering for traffic police in Tel-Aviv every single week. This is my duty belt:
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The belt is Front Line, from left to right:
- Front Line oc-spray pouch
- Front Line maglite o-ring
- IMI Defense magazine single magazine pouch with Glock 9mm 15 round magazine
- Front Line radio pouch (currently for Motorola APX7000)
- Front Line pouch for cuffs
- generic pouch for gloves
- Front Line pouch for Mini Maglite
- IMI Defense Level 3 hoster with my Glock 19
- Fenix TK-15 R5 flash light in ESP LHU-14-37 holster
- Maxpedition Single Sheat with Victoryinox Spirit Multitool
- KEY-BACK self-retracting key reel with cuffs key, RESQME, ...
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Old 07-25-2012, 15:30   #1252
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I am volunteering for traffic police in Tel-Aviv every single week. This is my duty belt:
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The belt is Front Line, from left to right:
- Front Line oc-spray pouch
- Front Line maglite o-ring
- IMI Defense magazine single magazine pouch with Glock 9mm 15 round magazine
- Front Line radio pouch (currently for Motorola APX7000)
- Front Line pouch for cuffs
- generic pouch for gloves
- Front Line pouch for Mini Maglite
- IMI Defense Level 3 hoster with my Glock 19
- Fenix TK-15 R5 flash light in ESP LHU-14-37 holster
- Maxpedition Single Sheat with Victoryinox Spirit Multitool
- KEY-BACK self-retracting key reel with cuffs key, RESQME, ...
That's a nice set-up.

I'm sure I'm not the only one here who would like to hear more about your volunteer work. Please indulge us!
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Old 07-25-2012, 17:30   #1253
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That's a nice set-up.

I'm sure I'm not the only one here who would like to hear more about your volunteer work. Please indulge us!
I would like to hear about it as well. I dont know how the volunteer police thing works in Israel.

I own a home in Israel and have a daughter who lives there. One day I would like to spend a fair part of the year there. I would do this.
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Old 07-25-2012, 18:49   #1254
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Tel-Aviv is on my list of travel destinations. It might be during retirement, but I definitely will get there one day.
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Old 07-26-2012, 08:33   #1255
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I can't believe I missed this before. I think you're the only person I've seen that still carries the OPNs!
I've carried them for six months or so. They have their place like anything else.
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Old 07-26-2012, 17:20   #1256
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I've carried them for six months or so. They have their place like anything else.
Nice. We had a guy I used to work armed security with (retired deputy) that was certified on them, but he never carried them. he had the certificate in the office we shared, though.
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Old 07-27-2012, 01:20   #1257
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I would like to hear about it as well. I dont know how the volunteer police thing works in Israel.

I own a home in Israel and have a daughter who lives there. One day I would like to spend a fair part of the year there. I would do this.
Well, I am volunteering for 4 years and my partner for 16. We do our 8-10 hours shifts every week in Tel-Aviv in a police car, while handling traffic accidents, dealing with DUI, traffic law enforcments via tickets, or actually anything around traffic that dispatch and shift commander gives us. While being alone, we have 95% of a policeman jurisdiction. The missing 5% is that we can't arrest a citizen in all cases like a policeman can, only in certain limited number of cases.

It is a real satisfaction doing something to reduce the number of accidents and killings on the road.
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Old 08-02-2012, 21:34   #1258
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From left to right:

S&W M&P .40 mags
Key holder
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JetBeam BC40
Streamlight PT1L
Glove pouch
Peerless Chain Cuffs
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Old 08-11-2012, 18:08   #1259
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Nylon Duty Gear; Best thing since sliced bread!
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Old 08-11-2012, 21:09   #1260
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Leather gear has its place, like funerals and other parade dress uniform occasions.
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Old 08-14-2012, 15:13   #1261
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Leather gear has its place, like funerals and other parade dress uniform occasions.
Watch out, the CALEA hit squad might want to talk to you.
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Old 08-14-2012, 16:00   #1262
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I tried the nylon/velcro set-up, and was was very uncomfortable. I switched back to leather, and the hips thanked me, but the back didn't...
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Old 08-14-2012, 17:20   #1263
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Leather gear has its place, like funerals and other parade dress uniform occasions.
I just switched departments and then new one requires basketweave where the old one allowed nylon. I can say that I prefer the nylon by a large margin.
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Old 08-14-2012, 17:52   #1264
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I just switched departments and then new one requires basketweave where the old one allowed nylon. I can say that I prefer the nylon by a large margin.
I've always preferred nylon. One good ground fight will ruin leather.

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Old 08-14-2012, 20:23   #1265
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Leather has its place for appearances and nylon is for working.

Try wearing a full nylon getup with your class A with the cover and tie and you will instantly realize it looks like crap.

But yeah, my back thanks me for switching to all nylon in 99/
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Old 08-14-2012, 20:26   #1266
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I had nylon, and it was always dirty and became frayed really quickly. I went with Accumold Elite... None of the weight of leather, but it does have the professional appearance.
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Old 08-14-2012, 20:40   #1267
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My Bianchi ErgoTek belt has held its appearance very well and I don't use the cheap UM stuff or the cheap holsters that can tear. Safariland STX all the way for high wear areas like holsters and molded belt keepers are the way to go.
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Old 08-14-2012, 21:04   #1268
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Top is my outside the fence belt, bottom is the inside the fence belt.

Pretty light on the transport belt; just a mag pouch (Bianchi), Safariland 6390 for a Beretta 92 Vertec, and cuff case (also Bianchi), all personally bought, on a Uncle Mike's belt (issued).

The inside the fence belt is going to be changed to simplify it, but as it stands now:

Galls (dynamed) Single pair latex glove pouch (filled with two pair, lol)

Motorola swivel radio case, issued.

Streamlight Stinger LED DS, in the Streamlight case (that I cut the flap off when the damn thing wouldn't come undone one day; POS case, but it'll do for now)

Surefire G2 LED in a Safariland Nylok pouch.

CPR mask in the case it came in; issued when I worked for the state, and I kept it when I went fed.

Bianchi Patroltek double latex glove pouch, with four pair on board.

Safariland Nylok cuff case; peerless cuffs issued at the joint.

Key clips and chain, all issued. Brass tags are chits used to check out equipment from control.

All on a Safariland Nylok belt.



ETA: Keepers are Blackhawk molded, and used for whichever belt I'm using at the moment.
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Old 08-14-2012, 21:13   #1269
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I had nylon, and it was always dirty and became frayed really quickly.
As far as dirt goes, here's a hint: .25 car wash.
Fraying: a BIC lighter.

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Old 08-15-2012, 15:24   #1270
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Pretty light on the transport belt; just a mag pouch (Bianchi), Safariland 6390 for a Beretta 92 Vertec, and cuff case (also Bianchi), all personally bought, on a Uncle Mike's belt (issued).
Why no flashlight?
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Old 08-16-2012, 11:30   #1271
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Here is my new basketweave gear that I was forced to switch to at my new department. The only thing missing is the taser holster between the cuffs and radio.
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Old 08-16-2012, 23:13   #1272
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Why no flashlight?
I usually switch the G2 over to the mag pocket in my 5.11s when I'm doing transports, but one of the changes I'm going to do when I get to switching stuff around is to move the G2 to that belt.
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Old 08-17-2012, 02:11   #1273
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My Bianchi ErgoTek belt has held its appearance very well and I don't use the cheap UM stuff or the cheap holsters that can tear. Safariland STX all the way for high wear areas like holsters and molded belt keepers are the way to go.
I agree on the holster. I have the new ALS in STX basketweave and love it, but my belt is Uncle Mike's mirage and it has definitely held its' appearance.

I just gave a co-worker a hard time about when he's going to drop the leather and get the synthetic basketweave like me. He thought I was calling him fat.
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Here is my new basketweave gear that I was forced to switch to at my new department. The only thing missing is the taser holster between the cuffs and radio.
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Is that a Streamlight stinger in a baton case?
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Old 08-17-2012, 09:50   #1275
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Is that a Streamlight stinger in a baton case?
No, it's a Surefire R1 Lawman in a Safariland for a Stinger.
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