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Old 03-21-2011, 15:03   #961
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Seems like it'd take a lifetime to draw from there though. My ankle carry has a ton of flaws but I'm not sure I'd ever complete that vest draw.
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Old 03-21-2011, 20:34   #962
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Old 03-22-2011, 03:13   #963
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You guys are killing me. This really deserves its own thread. And has before. But anyway, since we're already on the subject, here is an old pic of the 5.11 holster pouch on an old vest with a G27 in it. Notice that the vest straps just go around it and are therefore not stressed in any abnormal way (the ones in the pic were worn out when I got them).

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I like the patch on the front of your vest. I have never seen someone put one on their concealable vest
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Old 03-22-2011, 07:56   #964
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I like the patch on the front of your vest. I have never seen someone put one on their concealable vest
One? I have at least 4 morale patches velcro'ed on my vest. I have the "zombie hunter", " suck meter", "American flag" and a patch with my blood type.

Nobody sees it but I know it's there and it gives me a chuckle.
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Old 03-22-2011, 08:27   #965
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I like the patch on the front of your vest. I have never seen someone put one on their concealable vest
Thanks bro. I saw that one on Ebay a few years ago and got a kick out of it. Had to have it. I currently just have a thin blue line American flag and a blood type patch on my vest. If I was religious, a Saint Michael patch would be fitting.

I think a lot of people forget that velcro sticks to the vest and just don't think about it. When a few of my coworkers saw that I put patches on mine from time to time (depending on my mood) and then saw a "Mustache Rides 5" patch that I gave a buddy of mine (hilarious BTW), they decided to join in on the fun.

Some of the best websites for patches are Supply Captain, MilSpec Monkey, Hot Leathers, NameTags4U, and CamoTech. You're usually looking for flags and morale patches. HTH
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Old 03-22-2011, 17:07   #966
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Washington State? You probably get to wear a cool Bratwear jumpsuit too, don't ya'?
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Old 03-22-2011, 17:10   #967
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OK, here is a silly question for those that sport a key holder or hush-keys: how many keys do you carry and what are they for? In this day and age, I carry one key, for my hoop. Everything from station to city yard access is key less (key fob, remote, key pad, etc.). Just wonderin'...
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Old 03-22-2011, 17:23   #968
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OK, here is a silly question for those that sport a key holder or hush-keys: how many keys do you carry and what are they for? In this day and age, I carry one key, for my hoop. Everything from station to city yard access is key less (key fob, remote, key pad, etc.). Just wonderin'...
When we check out a car, there are two key rings since each car has two keys (we usually always leave it running with one in the ignition. On one ring will oftentimes just be the ignition key. On the other ring will usually be the other ignition key, a key to the entry door of our holding jail, a key to the switch boxes for our traffic signals in town (this is a large "old school" style round key, like you'd expect to see in a prison or something), and sometimes another random key that I'm not sure what it does. I usually leave the big key ring in the ignition and keep the light one stuck into my belt.
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Old 03-22-2011, 18:22   #969
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I don't think you carry enough stuff on your belt... especially with that AR-15 dangling off your hip. That belt holster for the AR-15 must be a *****!
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Old 03-22-2011, 18:57   #970
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Flashlight ring through the EOTech. I like that.
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Old 03-22-2011, 19:49   #971
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OK, here is a silly question for those that sport a key holder or hush-keys: how many keys do you carry and what are they for? In this day and age, I carry one key, for my hoop. Everything from station to city yard access is key less (key fob, remote, key pad, etc.). Just wonderin'...
-Squad car key.
-Office door key.
-Keys for car garages (2)
-Key to evidence room
-Key to back office
-Key to stairwell to evidence room
-Handcuff key.

Too many damned keys.
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Old 03-22-2011, 20:02   #972
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OK, here is a silly question for those that sport a key holder or hush-keys: how many keys do you carry and what are they for? In this day and age, I carry one key, for my hoop. Everything from station to city yard access is key less (key fob, remote, key pad, etc.). Just wonderin'...
You should see the keys I have when I work walkway!

Granted I work inside the fence, lol.
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Old 03-22-2011, 20:08   #973
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Flashlight ring through the EOTech. I like that.
You forgot the docking latch on the bottom of the SERPA holster to hold onto the front of the AR. Without it, the EOTech attachment point will just be swinging around on the flimsy flashlight holder nylon loop.

As for my silent key holder, I have on it:

1 spare unit key
1 handcuff key
1 substation key (main station has electronic keypad which has our individually programmed codes)
1 locker key (I don't use a combination lock on my locker)
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Old 03-22-2011, 20:09   #974
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You should see the keys I have when I work walkway!

Granted I work inside the fence, lol.
You guys carry more keys than our janitors!
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Old 03-22-2011, 20:23   #975
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You guys carry more keys than our janitors!
Most of the time, it's one or two big folger-adams keys per ring, and maybe a few smaller keys. The walkway set, however, is big enough to be used as an impact weapon.
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Old 03-22-2011, 20:28   #976
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Too bad my uniform shirts are tailored pretty tight...my 30.5-inch waist and attractive figure make me the envy of men and women across the LA metro area. Plus, my bulging byceps mean that I have to order a size 22 shirt just to fit my arms, then have the rest of the shirt tailored for my 15-inch neck and tiny little girl waist. Blah, blah blah...
God knows it must be rough being you.
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Old 03-23-2011, 01:24   #977
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God knows it must be rough being you.
I see what you did there...

Truth be told, if I don't velcro up my vest just right, I might not be able to zip up my uniform shirt because the shirt won't close up front. It's that tailored to my physique!
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Old 03-23-2011, 15:06   #978
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Old 03-23-2011, 18:19   #979
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Flashlight ring through the EOTech. I like that.
Thats funny......but now that I'm thinking about it
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Old 03-26-2011, 02:11   #980
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Cochese which sig is that in your back pocket?

I have been looking at getting a Sig p238 for the wife...
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