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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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Old 06-11-2009, 09:48   #663
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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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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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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
nah, I wouldn't want to sell myself short
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Old 07-31-2009, 17:23   #676
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This picture kinda sucks because I took it before I was actually working. The stuff on my belt is not so jammed up. Especially the gun and ASP. I use a keeper to keep the ASP out of the way of the gun. I'm a bike cop, so having less essential things in back is not as much of a concern (no car sitting).

Anyway, left to right:

2 mags
Keeper w/Key carabiner
G22 in a Safariland 070
Keeper
ASP
S&W dept issued cuffs in crappy Uncle Mike's case
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Pouch w/medical gloves and dog leash (actually used it. Who knew?)
Kenwood radio in case
$35 Cabella's flashlight in case (Bright enough for me vs. $)
Pepper in case
Olympus digital recorder in a velcro mag pouch (used w/lapel mic)**
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My own S&W cuffs in open top case

My only complaint is that the bezel of my light sometimes pinches my skin between it and the bottom of my vest (PointBlank Vision IIIA). That leaves a mark, but I'll live.

All this crap gets heavy on 7 hour foot beats, hell on the hip joints, but on a bike I hardly notice it. Our dept. has never used the ASP as it was intended. The use of force circle seems to go from pepper and/or hard hands-on to gun.

Oh, and my favorite piece of equipment besides my vintage G22 2nd Gen is not pictured here. My listen-only in-ear radio earpiece. I work in a resort town with amusement areas. Making a stop right next to one and actually hearing dispatch is impossible without it. It doesn't effect my normal hearing, I can hear dispatch all of the time, and it mutes the normal speaker on my Kenwood, so I can be all stealth and stuff. @#$%-bags can't hear me comin'. Sweet.

**A little story about the recorder and mic. My first week out, my partner and I see a couple of juvis walking down the street with a bottle of Smirnoff. They give us 6 false names and d.o.b.s between them before we take them to the station and get their seriousness on. I was cover, so I wasn't writing. I was watching hands and looking out for pissed off parents and such. Come supplemental narrative time, it was REAL handy to be able to write, "and then Miss X told my partner her name was... and then Miss X told my partner her name was... and then Miss X told my partner her name was..." It gets speech in quiet areas up to about 10 feet. A little less with considerable background noise. Playback with just the unit is ok, better with ear buds, but when I play it on my home computer with good Altec Lansing speakers, I hear EVERYTHING. Come court time for several cases I will definitely be referring back to the audio. Invaluable piece of non-department provided equipment.

Anywho, that's my rig. When I go from Reserve to full-time, I'm assuming some of this will have to change. I've also lost over 24 pounds being on the bike, so there is less room for crap on the belt these days... 6'1" goin' from 209 to 185. Love it.

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Old 08-02-2009, 11:37   #677
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The carry weight of some of these rigs has got to be challenging at times, especially if you are running in a chase... God bless you all for what you do.
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The carry weight of some of these rigs has got to be challenging at times, especially if you are running in a chase... God bless you all for what you do.
Can't tell you how many times I've jumped out of my car and started running only to fall on my face
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Can't tell you how many times I've jumped out of my car and started running only to fall on my face
Or jump out of your car only to be strangled or tethered by your seatbelt which was either still fastened or hooked on some part of your duty belt.
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