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Old 05-28-2009, 12:58   #651
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The SHOT ShowCasewhat do have your gloves in?
I keep a few pairs of gloves and a spit mask in a zip-loc bag in my pocket.
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Old 05-28-2009, 21:56   #652
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The SHOT ShowCasel to r schrade baton, bianchi double mag pouch, shure fire light, s.w. cuff pouch, gloves, hinged sw cuffs, glock 23 holster, mace pouch, security badge.The SHOT ShowCaseThe SHOT ShowCase
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Old 06-08-2009, 21:19   #653
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here's my rig from left to right, mostly bianchi accu-mold. double mag pouch, taser x-26 which i've since replaced with the blackhawk holder, radio, 26" asp with asp rotating sidebreak scabbard, surefire 6pled in a blackhawk mod-u-loc holder, flashlight ring, double glove pouch, rail mounted light pouch that i keep an extra taser cartridge in, safariland 6280 that i added the hood guard to, glock 22 with tlr-1 (c4 led), silent key holder, double cuff case with peerless cuffs (1 hinge/1 chain), oc pouch.


it's tough getting it all to the front. i have it rigged just right so the surefire and taser cartridge are right on the back of my hip. any farther back and i wouldn't be able to put the lower back into the seat. i use 5 molded keepers, in front of the taser, behind the surefire, one in the center of the back, and in front and behind the holster. this is the best setup for me. later, goosie.
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:53   #654
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Since I have an ever changing lineup of items on my dutybelt... the latest, and hopefully final, iteration...

The SHOT ShowCase

Safariland open top mag holder
Dual baton/flashlight ring
Peacekeeper RCB in Securelock Scabbard
Radio (not pictured, listen only earpiece)
Streamlight Stinger (C4 LED)
G&G (I think) cuff case w/Peerless 100s
G22 in Safariland 6360, w/ a 1.5" drop
OC
Some other weird brand cuff case with the new S&W M&P lever lock cuffs

aaaaand the Dymondwood in all its glory
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:59   #655
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Since I have an ever changing lineup of items on my dutybelt... the latest, and hopefully final, iteration...

The SHOT ShowCase

Safariland open top mag holder
Dual baton/flashlight ring
Peacekeeper RCB in Securelock Scabbard
Radio (not pictured, listen only earpiece)
Streamlight Stinger (C4 LED)
G&G (I think) cuff case w/Peerless 100s
G22 in Safariland 6360, w/ a 1.5" drop
OC
Some other weird brand cuff case with the new S&W M&P lever lock cuffs

aaaaand the Dymondwood in all its glory
The stick does not look like it has seen much use
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Old 06-09-2009, 08:04   #656
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The stick does not look like it has seen much use
Maybe it is just a "psychological" weapon.........
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Old 06-09-2009, 19:38   #657
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Maybe it is just a "psychological" weapon.........
A pretty dang effective one!
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Old 06-09-2009, 20:41   #658
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The stick does not look like it has seen much use
It came with a coat of black paint... does that help?
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Old 06-10-2009, 01:22   #659
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The SHOT ShowCase

mags
light
taser
radio
cuffs (hinged)
cuffs (chain)
pistol
asp
spray
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Old 06-10-2009, 15:38   #660
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mags
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taser
radio
cuffs (hinged)
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pistol
asp
spray
What kind of flashlight holder is that for your pelican?
I need a basketweave holder for my pelican 7060 and that looks nicer than mine
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Old 06-10-2009, 21:03   #661
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Looks like the stock one that came with the flashlight. Mine came with a plain leather one, but I need a nylon one.
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Old 06-10-2009, 23:55   #662
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Looks like the stock one that came with the flashlight.
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Lawman800 if I find my nylon pelican holder you can. Have it if you want it. I took it off and misplaced it
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Old 06-11-2009, 10:24   #664
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Lawman800 if I find my nylon pelican holder you can. Have it if you want it. I took it off and misplaced it
Much obliged, I got my plain leather one for grabs too.
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Old 06-13-2009, 05:50   #665
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mags
light
taser
radio
cuffs (hinged)
cuffs (chain)
pistol
asp
spray
How easy is it to deploy your asap with it positioned in front of your firearm? With my overhang I don't think I could put one there.
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Old 06-14-2009, 22:22   #666
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How easy is it to deploy your asap with it positioned in front of your firearm? With my overhang I don't think I could put one there.
I like it since I don't like stuff on my back. It is easier to get to if I need it in a hurry, I won't be struggling at an awkward angle reaching for it in the back.
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Old 06-14-2009, 23:27   #667
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Isn't that a "Hindi" setup? With the baton in front of your weapon? I carry mine up toward the front and can deploy it with both hands which makes it nice for leverage and stuff if my strong hand is holding an arm or something
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Old 06-15-2009, 00:58   #668
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Maybe it is just a "psychological" weapon.........
or he puts it inside of his pants when talking to ladies
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Old 06-15-2009, 01:33   #669
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Isn't that a "Hindi" setup? With the baton in front of your weapon? I carry mine up toward the front and can deploy it with both hands which makes it nice for leverage and stuff if my strong hand is holding an arm or something
Kinda, I saw his video a long time ago and he made some good points. The number one factor is that I don't like stuff behind my back. It's uncomfortable and hard to reach.
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Old 06-15-2009, 07:23   #670
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or the puts it inside of his pants when talking to ladies
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Old 06-15-2009, 08:46   #671
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Isn't that a "Hindi" setup? With the baton in front of your weapon? I carry mine up toward the front and can deploy it with both hands which makes it nice for leverage and stuff if my strong hand is holding an arm or something
Hindi advocated cross draw of the baton from the support side, with the baton canted towards the strong side.
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Old 06-16-2009, 01:02   #672
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Hindi advocated cross draw of the baton from the support side, with the baton canted towards the strong side.
So as to facilitate an upward strike as you draw, like the Samurai! Hai-yah!
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Old 06-18-2009, 15:21   #673
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Hindi advocated cross draw of the baton from the support side, with the baton canted towards the strong side.
Gracias. I guess I carry mine reverse-hindi. I can hit just as hard either way so it all works out I supposed.
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I dont even carry my baton....oh the horrors.

Now if I had a solid wood baton......that might be something I would break out.

I'll just use my maglite if worst comes to worst but have not ever had to use my asp yet
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or he puts it inside of his pants when talking to ladies
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