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Old 10-05-2008, 11:56   #381
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Yeah, that's pretty much just until I can afford something Safariland. Had to get the rig on a budget for right now.
Dude, if you don't get hooked up, give me a shout, I have an older 2.5" drop El Paso style holster for a G23 in shiny BW finish and I'll gladly donate it for the price of shipping and packaging to get it to you so you don't wear a concealment holster for duty.
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Old 10-05-2008, 12:00   #382
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Dude, if you don't get hooked up, give me a shout, I have an older 2.5" drop El Paso style holster for a G23 in shiny BW finish and I'll gladly donate it for the price of shipping and packaging to get it to you so you don't wear a concealment holster for duty.
I appreciate the offer, but I'm required to use nylon gear. I'm just waiting a few weeks for a paycheck (trying to get a vest first), then prolly going to go with a Raptor level 3. I played with one at the uniform store a few days ago and really liked it.
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Old 10-05-2008, 12:46   #383
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Make sure you get one that allows for a M6 or TLR-2 with laser. It's fun!
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Old 10-11-2008, 21:43   #384
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Old 10-12-2008, 01:01   #385
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do you have problems with your radio flying off when you fight people..... I dont think that clip would hold up for me......

Also what side of KS are you? Im on the MO side.
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Old 10-12-2008, 01:10   #386
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do you have problems with your radio flying off when you fight people..... I dont think that clip would hold up for me......

Also what side of KS are you? Im on the MO side.
Fwiw, I use a MOTO clip and haven't had any issues in 4 years or so. Been over a fence or 50.
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Old 10-12-2008, 12:35   #387
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do you have problems with your radio flying off when you fight people..... I dont think that clip would hold up for me......

Also what side of KS are you? Im on the MO side.
I don't fight people, therefore my radio never flew off.
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Old 10-12-2008, 15:18   #388
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Man I wish we would go to nylon... Our Dept. is so old fashioned.
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Been using nylon for 9 years, never would go back to leather except for dress occasions.
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Here's pretty much the final product:

The SHOT ShowCase

Belt is Safariland Nylok, as are most of the accessories. Left to right: Uncle Mike's dual mag pouch (uniform store was out of Safariland pouches for a G22), 21" ASP in ASP-brand holster, Surefire G2 in Safariland holder, Bianchi Patroltek latex glove pouch, Safariland cuff case with S&W M100 cuffs, Safariland Raptor 3 with G23, Def-tec MK3 10% OC spray in Safariland pouch.

After talking to some guys in my class that use it fairly often as special LEOs in University hospital, I'm convinced on going to pepper foam in the very near future.

ETA: I also added a pair of Hiatts hinged cuffs today; still playing around to figure the best way of carrying them until I can get another cuff case.
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Old 10-13-2008, 23:09   #391
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I was tearing the old duty belt down today for some good cleaning, and to swap out some gear when I decided to snap a few pics to keep the thread going ...

I just switched from a double to single cuff case to save weight, and a few Don Hume leather items (Mag carrier, OC puch, Flashlight scabbard) to Safari-Laminate stuff for the winter.

The SHOT ShowCase

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M&P40 mags, Cell Phone, Motorola Radio, Surefire flashlight --- 21" ASP, M&P40, Handcuffs, OC, Buckle of Justice.

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Our duty gear is set up a certain way by policy. The cell phone case and surefire are allowed extras. I went to the single cuff case to ease the strain on my back. Still in therapy from that crash, and the doc advised it. I also wear a TON of keepers because I hate stuff flopping all over the place when I run, or just plain shifting around in general. My back hurts less at the end of the day with everything clamped down as well.

Not big on clarino. I'd rather have plain black leather and no visible snaps. Oh well - it works!
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:59   #392
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Is there enough on there? You forgot the E tool, in case your pinned down.
Guess it looks that way cuz i don't have your belt size
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Old 10-21-2008, 18:25   #394
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do you have problems with your radio flying off when you fight people..... I dont think that clip would hold up for me......

Also what side of KS are you? Im on the MO side.
No issues with it so far. It is held pretty tightly between my inner belt and duty belt. The bottom of the clip has a large tang that is as long as my duty belt is thick.

I wear five belt keepers; unfortunately some dipple-whip decided to go with the crap plastic ones from Safariland. They probably bought a whole slew of them for cheap. Who uses plastic belt keepers? They are crap.

I am closer to the eastern side. I am in KC quite often.
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Our duty gear is set up a certain way by policy. The cell phone case and surefire are allowed extras. I went to the single cuff case to ease the strain on my back. Still in therapy from that crash, and the doc advised it. I also wear a TON of keepers because I hate stuff flopping all over the place when I run, or just plain shifting around in general. My back hurts less at the end of the day with everything clamped down as well.
That would drive me nuts to have my belt set up a certain way by policy. It took me between five and ten tries to get everything in the right place. An I am the only person I have seen who keeps their cuffs on their off-hand side.

I would like a couple more belt keepers, but they just have more plasticrappy ones. At least yours are leather. I guess I'll just buy a 4-pack from somewhere.
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Old 10-21-2008, 23:07   #396
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It kinda sucks, but to be honest I have used it this way, was trained with it set up this way, that I would probably not change it too much if I could. It's all muscle memory for me now. A switch would screw me up in a tense situation. The only change I have made was from a double to a single cuff case for now so I can do some repairs on the double.

I used to wear 5 keepers, but recently went to 8 total, and I am content that nothing will move around on me now. My biggest complaint with the belt is the clarino, and brass snaps/buckle. I'd rather have plain black and hidden snaps for the "stealth" factor and less crap to polish every week.
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Old 10-22-2008, 18:33   #397
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No issues with it so far. It is held pretty tightly between my inner belt and duty belt. The bottom of the clip has a large tang that is as long as my duty belt is thick.

I wear five belt keepers; unfortunately some dipple-whip decided to go with the crap plastic ones from Safariland. They probably bought a whole slew of them for cheap. Who uses plastic belt keepers? They are crap.

I am closer to the eastern side. I am in KC quite often.
I use the Uncle Mike's molded belt keepers and I love them. The belt gets locked on from the high friction coefficient of the rubber compound and nothing shifts on my waist unless I shift my whole garrison underneath it as well and the pants belt loops keeps that in check as well. I have had them since 1999 and they still work like new, no stretching, no loosening, no discoloration.

Stay away from the regular nylon keepers though, those are worthless, they stretch out and don't keep the belt in place.
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Old 11-02-2008, 17:54   #398
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Here is my duty rig with my Glock 35

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Old 11-11-2008, 02:38   #399
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Here's a newer one of mine. Things look pretty tight but I do fit 5 belt keepers in there. Rubber gloves go in my pocket. I recently replaced my Streamlight Stinger with the Pelican 7060 LED shown. Great light!

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Old 11-29-2008, 01:29   #400
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Figure I'll post another picture since I've changed mine a bit:

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Double Mag Case
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2x G&G Cuff Case with Peerless 100 cuffs... Put some of that "Gettagrip" stuff on the right one to try it out for a while. Had to mangle it a bit since it isn't made for peerless.
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