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Old 01-29-2013, 18:56   #26
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I did my best work on the throne while responding to the GNG, Gun Control and Political Issues subforums.

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Old 01-29-2013, 18:58   #27
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When I had to worry about the duty belt, I had miles of nothing, so I wasn't too concerned. The great outdoors was the toilet.

These days, I carried concealed anyway, so it stays on the pants belt in its holster. So, no worries.
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Old 01-29-2013, 19:42   #28
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I was able to leave my doody belt ( ) on when I needed to "answer the call". I just made sure the stall was a handicap stall that had the door opposite of my gun hand.


Side note for anyone else that does this. Stand up and take a step forward before you pull your pants up. You'll save yourself some money on that pair of hamdcuffs/ asp/ mace that you just aren't willing to put back on your belt.


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Old 01-29-2013, 21:26   #29
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We use restrooms that have a hole in the stall wall. Usually there is a rod thru the hole and we just hang the gun on it.

It's weird though, usually I hear some weird sounds coming from the stall next to me. It's pretty neat, the rod quickly retracts after removing the gun. The vice guys were asking about it too?

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Old 01-29-2013, 21:35   #30
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We use restrooms that have a hole in the stall wall. Usually there is a rod thru the hole and we just hang the gun on it.

It's weird though, usually I hear some weird sounds coming from the stall next to me. It's pretty neat, the rod quickly retracts after removing the gun. The vice guys were asking about it too?

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Old 01-29-2013, 21:52   #31
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I work a big county and we have to duke where ever we can. Always keep your belt close, but I see no reason to remove the pistol from the holster. Damn rentacops lol
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We use restrooms that have a hole in the stall wall. Usually there is a rod thru the hole and we just hang the gun on it.

It's weird though, usually I hear some weird sounds coming from the stall next to me. It's pretty neat, the rod quickly retracts after removing the gun. The vice guys were asking about it too?

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Old 01-31-2013, 11:54   #33
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I have not mastered that. I do the DBR method. Or this:

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THIS! Or the DBR method, I can't keep it attached to my pants... lets just say I had a bad experience
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:50   #34
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We use restrooms that have a hole in the stall wall. Usually there is a rod thru the hole and we just hang the gun on it.

It's weird though, usually I hear some weird sounds coming from the stall next to me. It's pretty neat, the rod quickly retracts after removing the gun. The vice guys were asking about it too?

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Old 02-01-2013, 12:31   #35
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THAT is exactly what I have been using diaper changing tables in Men's Rooms for during the past 15 years!

(I knew I couldn't be the only one!)
We give the rookies a list of places that are open 24 hours, have clean bathrooms, and provide these baby changing stations or are one-holers where you can lock the door. I don't know why that's not official policy everywhere. There are only about 10 places in the county that you go that aren't within about a 10 minute drive.

Personally, I keep a small roll of TP in the duty bag in a ziplock. I have had to use it on a number of occasions.
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Old 02-01-2013, 12:37   #36
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Apologies... I didn't read but the first few posts... But BEWARE of automatic/motion controlled sinks and putting anything in there... Just say I have seen it happen.

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