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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by DaBigBR, Jul 18, 2006.
Yes finally. I'm trying to get Blauer uniforms approved now.
We're still rocking the Elbeco Duty Maxx (only a year on my pants and they look ghetto-shiny)
My wife and I spent a week with family in the PNW not far from Morris-Ville. Had me wishing for a couple of Bratwear suits (that ain't ever gonna happen here)
I hear that. Never happen here either. Blauer Super Shirt and pants. Maybe shorts?
I'd settle for just having the BFS and zapper as options!
The SL-20L is a bright bastard...maybe even too bright for some things. I got the SL-20LP (polymer) and have been impressed, but actually prefer my issued Stinger DS-HP LED.
I got a Stinger DS HP last month for my birthday, to replace my LED Lenser M7R. This thing is BRIGHT. Almost too bright sometimes for traffic stops. Awesome for searching fields or the area around buildings.
I couldn't imagine a brighter flashlight. Maybe useful if working in a very rural environment, or something like Fish and Game.
been carrying my 27 in the same holster thanks to you,works out so much better than anything else.with cargos it carries so well.i might even put the taser in my other pocket.
Cochise, what kind of flashlight is that??
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I can't believe I missed this before. I think you're the only person I've seen that still carries the OPNs!
I am volunteering for traffic police in Tel-Aviv every single week. This is my duty belt:
The belt is Front Line, from left to right:
- Front Line oc-spray pouch
- Front Line maglite o-ring
- IMI Defense magazine single magazine pouch with Glock 9mm 15 round magazine
- Front Line radio pouch (currently for Motorola APX7000)
- Front Line pouch for cuffs
- generic pouch for gloves
- Front Line pouch for Mini Maglite
- IMI Defense Level 3 hoster with my Glock 19
- Fenix TK-15 R5 flash light in ESP LHU-14-37 holster
- Maxpedition Single Sheat with Victoryinox Spirit Multitool
- KEY-BACK self-retracting key reel with cuffs key, RESQME, ...
That's a nice set-up.
I'm sure I'm not the only one here who would like to hear more about your volunteer work. Please indulge us!
I would like to hear about it as well. I dont know how the volunteer police thing works in Israel.
I own a home in Israel and have a daughter who lives there. One day I would like to spend a fair part of the year there. I would do this.
Tel-Aviv is on my list of travel destinations. It might be during retirement, but I definitely will get there one day.
I've carried them for six months or so. They have their place like anything else.
Nice. We had a guy I used to work armed security with (retired deputy) that was certified on them, but he never carried them. he had the certificate in the office we shared, though.
Well, I am volunteering for 4 years and my partner for 16. We do our 8-10 hours shifts every week in Tel-Aviv in a police car, while handling traffic accidents, dealing with DUI, traffic law enforcments via tickets, or actually anything around traffic that dispatch and shift commander gives us. While being alone, we have 95% of a policeman jurisdiction. The missing 5% is that we can't arrest a citizen in all cases like a policeman can, only in certain limited number of cases.
It is a real satisfaction doing something to reduce the number of accidents and killings on the road.
From left to right:
S&W M&P .40 mags
Peerless Chain Cuffs
Safariland 6320 with M&P .40 + Surefire x300
ZAK tool key clip
TDI Knife behind mag pouch
ZT350 clipped in left cargo pocket
Gerber Guardian on left ankle
5.11 Thigh Rig
5.11 6x6 pouch (CAT Tourniquet, 2 Israeli bandages, 2 OLAES bandages, decompression needle, quikclot, gloves)
Eagle Kangaroo Pouch (30rnd AR-15 mag + 15 rnd M&P mag)
Flexcuffs go in mesh pouch behind thigh rig
Nylon Duty Gear; Best thing since sliced bread!
Leather gear has its place, like funerals and other parade dress uniform occasions.