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Old 10-01-2006, 14:30   #81
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Yeah, in the instructions, it says it's designed to be worn on the inner belt on the opposite side of your pistol for cross draw at 3:00.

I'm either gonna keep it on the inner belt, or it's going on a vest strap. Not sure yet. It is sweet though.

VLEO83, if you ever make the drive, I have a guest room with Cable TV and an apartment complex full of single women.
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Old 10-01-2006, 14:39   #82
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GEEZ, just looking over those belts makes my old back scream, glad I retired, always said we had to much junk on the belt.
Me too!! I've been a lifetime weight lifter and I still have backaches from all of the garbage that I was required to wear. Less is better!
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Old 10-01-2006, 14:57   #83
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Well my camera's batteries are dead.. so Ill' just have to list it out.

From right to left:

inside:
MK-3 OC
GLOCK 22 w/16 165gr Ranger Ts
26' ASP
S&W m300 black hinge cuffs
1 pair latex gloves
S&W m100 black chain cuffs
Stinger flashlight
Motorola radio w/lapel mic
15 rd mag w/15 165gr Ranger Ts
patrol car key tucked between
15 rd mag w/15 165gr Ranger Ts

outside:
Bianchi Accumold OC holder w/hidden snap
Bianchi beltkeeper
Bianchi Accumpld Speedlock holster
Bianchi beltkeeper
Bianchi Accumold ASP scabbard
Bianchi Accumold single cuffcase w/hidden snap
Bianchi Accumold glove pouch w/velcro
Bianchi Accumold single cuffcase w/hidden snap
Bianchi beltkeeper
Bianchi Accumold flashlight ring
Bianchi Accumold Stinger flashlight holder w/hidden snap
Bianchi Accumold detatchable radio holder w/bungee enclosement
Bianchi beltkeeper
Bianchi Accumold double mag holder w/hidden snaps (worn vertically)
Bianchi Accumold outer velcro belt
Bianchi Accumold inner velcro belt

All this crap on my 34in waist
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Old 10-01-2006, 19:30   #84
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Thank you! It was a good one. Got a Ka-Bar TDI LE knife for work from a buddy and lots of other cool stuff. Wife to be got me some books to read when I finish with FTO and POST.

A H U G E thanks to LawnMM for swinging down to my PD and dropping off the test guide! You rock!!!
Didn't know it was your birthday dude, congrats.
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Old 10-01-2006, 20:11   #85
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VLEO83, if you ever make the drive, I have a guest room with Cable TV and an apartment complex full of single women.

I'm there.
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Old 10-01-2006, 20:56   #86
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VLEO83, if you ever make the drive, I have a guest room with Cable TV and an apartment complex full of single women.
If your apt is that much of a "target rich environment" then why the hell did I pay 150.00 for a damn hotel room when I come up there in 2 weeks.

Doood you gotta communicate such things.
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Old 10-01-2006, 21:36   #87
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If your apt is that much of a "target rich environment" then why the hell did I pay 150.00 for a damn hotel room when I come up there in 2 weeks.

Doood you gotta communicate such things.
Aren't you married?
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(Yes, very happily I might add)
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Old 10-01-2006, 22:12   #89
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If your apt is that much of a "target rich environment" then why the hell did I pay 150.00 for a damn hotel room when I come up there in 2 weeks.

Doood you gotta communicate such things.
Yeah, I was gonna mention the fact that the $150 will be housing you and your better half!!!

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Didn't know it was your birthday dude, congrats.
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I'm there.
Werd the herd, ghetto berd!
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Old 10-21-2006, 10:30   #90
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My bat-belt...

The SHOT ShowCase

Left to right: dbl mag holder, OC, radio, flashlight, cuffs, backup light loop, cuffs, ASP, G22 in SSIII, remote mic.

With keepers I thought I was pretty well at max occupancy until I saw a couple of pics in this thread!
Who makes your remote mic holder?
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Old 10-21-2006, 17:52   #91
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Did anybody see the article in the first issue of "American Cop" talking about excessive duty belt crap? They put a belt together with EVERYTHING on it...including a phone and blackberry and maybe some other stuff.

I saw it while I was in the academy, so I don't have a copy to scan.
I saw that one, amusing as crap. I've always been a fan of the "KISS" principle myself.
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Old 11-19-2006, 08:11   #92
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Fahgetaboutit.
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Whats with the car?
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Old 12-23-2006, 10:41   #95
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Old 02-05-2007, 11:25   #96
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The SHOT ShowCase

Left to right:
Safariland belt
Safariland dual magazine pouch
Stallion Leather Inova T3 flashlight pouch (used for a Surefire L2 light)
Motorola MTS 2000 radio in Port-A-Clip holder
Gould & Goodrich (I think) D-cell flashlight ring
Safariland open top cuff case w/S&W hinged cuffs
Stallion Leather Oversized open top cuff case w/ASP hinged cuffs
ASP sidebreak 21" baton scabbard w/26" ASP baton
Safariland Raptor holster w/GLOCK 22
Blackhawk flashlight holder w/Surefire G2Z flashlight
Fox OC spray holster & spray
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Old 02-05-2007, 19:33   #97
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After seeing some stuff that passes for duty gear (on the street, not here!), I thought that Safariland should hold a contest for the worst-looking duty belt, with pics sent in by their co-workers. You know, the ones that were originally basketweave, but has been worn smooth or the cuff cases are so worn that you can see some metal of the cuff poking through the bottom. They could post some pics on their website, and award the winner(s) a new duty rig. That would get everyong thinking about the appearance of their gear, and probably help sell some things.
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Old 02-06-2007, 00:32   #98
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Here's my setup.

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The SHOT ShowCase
Are the .45 and the baby glock off duty's, or on-duty backups? Just wondering because of the holsters shown.
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Old 02-06-2007, 10:48   #100
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Who makes your remote mic holder?
+1, Would be nice to have my own.
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