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Old 01-17-2009, 20:55   #421
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Maybe you should get bigger pants? That tight polyester look is out. The baggy cargo BDU look is in. Ask all the tacticool operators!
I meant I wear my pants belt and duty belt tight. I don't like things floating around so there isn't much room between me and my belt for zippcuffs. I do not do the "painted on" uniforms. No one wants to see that, least of all me.
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Old 01-17-2009, 23:35   #422
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Lawman800 I did not know they made special spots on duty belts for zip cuffs. I just see some people put them under their gear/pouches on the belts. I have yet to see anyone do it around here in this area though.
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Old 01-18-2009, 05:43   #423
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Here you go, PAL. Don't say I never did nothing for ya...

The SHOT ShowCase

Here's the link to the safariland page:

http://www.safariland.com/product.aspx?pid=4302
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Old 01-18-2009, 05:45   #424
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As for sticking them between gear... it would look pretty stupid, no? Almost like those sumo wrestlers and their diapers with all the strings sticking out perpendicular to the belt. As for the ASP flex cuffs, they have belt holders made specifically for that model and it goes on your duty belt and looks like a big enclosed radio case.
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Old 01-18-2009, 19:22   #425
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I don't know . I tried it out today and you don't really notice because I can stick a majority of it inbetween all the gear. I think the safariland belt looks cool. Too bad i just had the department buy me a new belt like 6 months ago....I could have picked that one.
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On second thought maybe that will be motivation for me to lose some more weight and go down a belt size...then I wont be able to hold as much....hmmmm
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You mean you slide the flex cuffs in between your duty gear longitudinally so it is parallel to the belt? Seems like quite a production.

What size belt you wear? I am a 32" so the flex cuff would probably go around more than half my waist.
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Old 01-18-2009, 21:36   #428
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Here you go, PAL. Don't say I never did nothing for ya...

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Here's the link to the safariland page:

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now thats cool...

I use to carry two black of these flex cuffs the way its shown here, just by putting it through the loops of all the gear, sticking it behind, but that way its quite hard to remove them. On the other hand no one ever noticed it and its not common here to carry these though.
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I wear a size 40'' to 42'' belt. So I have plenty of room. Yes I mean slide the zip cuff parallell with the belt.
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I wear a size 40'' to 42'' belt. So I have plenty of room. Yes I mean slide the zip cuff parallell with the belt.
It would be kinda cool to slide them in perpendicular though so you have all these trailies hanging down your belt like bead curtains or a grass skirt or something.
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link them together and across the chest
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I was thinking headband and armbands.
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Well these are black zip tie cuffs so they would not be terribly noticable unless your looking for them.
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same here, thats why because no one noticed them yet, and I always forget about them
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Ours are the hi-viz yellow with the yellow coupler. Very visible, until you put them next to my jaundiced eye. Then it's not so visible.
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You still carry a pager? What are you, a drug dealer?
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You still carry a pager? What are you, a drug dealer?


No, we're required to carry them because dispatch likes to send 10-21 info(phone numbers) and other crap out on them instead of using the MDC....some cops keep it in their epaulette but i don't like that way
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No, we're required to carry them because dispatch likes to send 10-21 info(phone numbers) and other crap out on them instead of using the MDC....some cops keep it in their epaulette but i don't like that way
Using the epaulettes for anything other than a radio mic or your mirrored aviators look stupid!
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I'm switching over to 5.11 Class B pants, so my nextel will be moving to the cargo pocket. A while back, like 4 years ago, I used to carry the pager in my epaulette but it was very uncomfortable so I moved it to the belt.
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