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Old 05-02-2010, 18:58   #751
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It's not mine but I can say with about 99.9% assurance that Everything is Bianchi AccuMold, holster is Safariland 6004 series or one of the variants, radio holder is a Porta-Clip, and I am not sure about the Taser holder so just guessing it is a Blackhawk Serpa or a Safariland ALS.
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Old 05-02-2010, 22:11   #752
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Nice rig....what brand belt/accessories?
Sorry - just saw this. Yeah - Bianchi accumold everything except safariland holster.
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I'm still trying to figure out where to put my radio, but still keep my back clear...

I guess I'm just gonna have to get fatter.

Mags, Surefire G2, cuffs, D-ring for Streamlight 20X, cuffs, ASP, S&W 4566 Streamlight M3 (in Safariland 6280), recorder, OC spray.

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Any of y'all use the old school hanging radio carriers like you still see some bigger departments like San Francisco PD using? They usually hang down low and appear to swivel. See the radio carriers in the photos below (one of which is quite sad, I have to admit).

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I see most of y'all using higher carriers. We're issued Port-A-Clips, which hold the radio high, but I'm thinking about going to something more like this (below) if it'll give that old school look.

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Old 05-13-2010, 21:21   #755
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Safariland Model 72 may help free up some space

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Any way that a pair of ASP chained cuffs could be squeezed into there?
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Old 05-13-2010, 21:23   #756
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Any of y'all use the old school hanging radio carriers like you still see some bigger departments like San Francisco PD using? They usually hang down low and appear to swivel. See the radio carriers in the photos below (one of which is quite embarrassing, I have to admit).

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I see most of y'all using higher carriers. We're issued Port-A-Clips, which hold the radio high, but I'm thinking about going to something more like this (below) if it'll give that old school look.

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I would think function is more important that looking old school.

There are folks with the swivel at my PD and at my previous department. I think it sucks, personally. I like my equipment close to my body and stable. There is way too much give with those radio holders. There are a few guysthat run a swivel without the leather holder. Its directly attached to the battery. Not my cup of tea, but I hate the PortaClip just as much. It is sharp, digs into my side and it is too hard to get the radio in and out. I don't use a remote mic. I just talk directly into the radio.

I use a Center of Mass kydex job.

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Any way that a pair of ASP chained cuffs could be squeezed into there?
They are slightly too wide. Admittedly, I was trying them on a new holder. If you stretched the leather it might work out.
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There are folks with the swivel at my PD and at my previous department. I think it sucks, personally. I like my equipment close to my body and stable. There is way too much give with those radio holders. There are a few guysthat run a swivel without the leather holder. Its directly attached to the battery. Not my cup of tea, but I hate the PortaClip just as much. It is sharp, digs into my side and it is too hard to get the radio in and out. I don't use a remote mic. I just talk directly into the radio.

I use a Center of Mass kydex job.
Yeah, I saw that you have the Blade-Tech radio carrier. I looked at that one, and would like to run it, but they only make it for the newer style Motorola. We still use the MTS2000.
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Any of y'all use the old school hanging radio carriers like you still see some bigger departments like San Francisco PD using? They usually hang down low and appear to swivel. See the radio carriers in the photos below (one of which is quite sad, I have to admit).

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I see most of y'all using higher carriers. We're issued Port-A-Clips, which hold the radio high, but I'm thinking about going to something more like this (below) if it'll give that old school look.

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Safariland 762
My department issues those and I hate it and bought a porta clip. They swing around and stick out pretty far on the side. I hate them.
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My department issues those and I hate it and bought a porta clip. They swing around and stick out pretty far on the side. I hate them.
I'll be the odd one out and say that I use a nylon version by Bianchi and love it. It's MUCH easier to get to my radio that way, as opposed to most people at work who just clip it to their belt on the manufacturer's belt clip. I tried that, and it kept getting stuck on my duty belt, and I couldn't stand clipping it to my pants pocket like some others do. They only downside is we use such a wide variety of radio sizes, and you're not guaranteed to get the same one twice (motorola astro, some kind of kenwood, and a newer type of motorola).

We had a grant to buy everyone individual radios that would be assigned to them, but the LT over the radios and such refused to do it, because "they'll just tear them up" The union is doing a petition to have the warden override him, though.
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Old 05-14-2010, 11:26   #761
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Yeah, I saw that you have the Blade-Tech radio carrier. I looked at that one, and would like to run it, but they only make it for the newer style Motorola. We still use the MTS2000.
Negative.

It is produced by Center of Mass holsters, not BladeTech. They DO make one for the MTS and it is $26.

http://comholsters.com/joom/index.ph...mart&Itemid=26

Contact them by phone to verify.

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old school sam brown duty belt with an actual buckle, solid brass
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safariland radio holder (radio is on charger)
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Chese, whats your waist size?
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Old 06-04-2010, 01:24   #764
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I updated my belt.

All kind of bianchi equipment and other stuff
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Old 06-04-2010, 10:06   #766
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Chese, whats your waist size?
Currently, for uniform pants, a 37R. Regular weekend hooker clothes, I can still squeeze a 36.

I need a new belt, or to lose two inches, asap.
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Old 06-04-2010, 14:43   #768
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OC, is that the Glock factory polymer duty holster?
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What's the retention feature like? Too bad they don't make one for taclight equipped guns.
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holster is quite good. Gun fits perfectly and safe. Retention works great. Push the button and the gun is released. Not much power needed. If needed there is a small "clap" to hide the button.

Only two things that are real problems to me is, that first, you cant attach a light to the gun like you said and second, the plate the holster is on, is too weak to handle the pressure against the holster while sitting in the car. The point where the two are attached wears out quite fast and then the holster can be moved around. Its supposed to move around when wanted to and a button at the attachment is pressed, but not just because its wearing out.
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holster is quite good. Gun fits perfectly and safe. Retention works great. Push the button and the gun is released. Not much power needed. If needed there is a small "clap" to hide the button.

Only two things that are real problems to me is, that first, you cant attach a light to the gun like you said and second, the plate the holster is on, is too weak to handle the pressure against the holster while sitting in the car. The point where the two are attached wears out quite fast and then the holster can be moved around. Its supposed to move around when wanted to and a button at the attachment is pressed, but not just because its wearing out.
Got something against Safariland duty holsters?
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Got something against Safariland duty holsters?
i use a safariland tactical thigh holster when working with my riot unit. Like it, very sturdy and a tight fit, maybe too tight. You have to break it in, thats not needed with the glock one. In a safariland you have to press your gun in (or at least in my new one), in the glock holster the gun is just dropped, that saves some time.
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i use a safariland tactical thigh holster when working with my riot unit. Like it, very sturdy and a tight fit, maybe too tight. You have to break it in, thats not needed with the glock one. In a safariland you have to press your gun in (or at least in my new one), in the glock holster the gun is just dropped, that saves some time.
In my opinion, you should be much more concerned with features of the holster OTHER than how easily the gun goes back into it. In other words, look for retention, durability, comfort, deployment, etc. Re-holstering is a very low priority. You should train to re-holster reluctantly--if you had to pull your gun out, it was probably for a good reason and you should not be in a hurry to get it put back up. There are much better duty holsters out there than the GLOCK offering. YMMV.
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