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Merc Harness

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by mercop, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. mercop

    mercop

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    I came up with a shoulder rig that-

    Works with any kydex sheath
    Allows presentation with out the use of tie downs
    Does not print even under just a t-shirt
    Can be adjusted while wearing
    No metal or buckles eliminating pinch points
    Moves with the body
    Durable yet lightweight
    Inexpensive


    Folks like Ernie Emerson, Al Polkowski, Tom Krein and the Jones Brothers seem to like it.

    They are $10 shipped. E-mail me at mercop.com
     
  2. loandr.

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    Can speak first hand mercop (george) is one of our Finest! his materials and workmanship simply CANNOT be beat for the $$$. check out his Mercleashes as well. I'll take (1) sir to start the ball rolling!
    Loandr.;a
     

  3. CReynolds

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    I picked up one of these today and have been wearing it all day while walking around the mall looking for presents. I have it set up with a CRKT Kasper. I barely even noticed that I had it on. I am going to be wearing this set-up under a dress shirt with a suit and will let everyone know how it goes. So far I can recommend this harness - it works great and is very light.

    -Coley
     
  4. mercop

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    Sorry for taking so long. Yes between my leashes, harnesses and shows I am swamped but digging out. Here is a pic. Not a great one. I have them in Navy, Black, OD, and Khaki. It is not much to look at since the idea is that it is not seen.
     
  5. mercop

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    Better pic worn with a big *** CQB 1.
     
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    These are wonderful, got one a few weeks ago.
     
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    Looks interesting! I carry a G21 but have no Kydex holsters. What kind of Kydex would u recommend? Could it be an IWB or should it be a straight drop sort? How do you draw? It would seem as if when drawing the holster would ride up some since its not tied down. Please elaborate. Please PM me with ordering info as well. Thanks
     
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  9. mercop

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    It for a knife bro. They never need to be reloaded:)
     
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    While I understood these were for a knife I don't see why you could not use a Merc harness to carry a small/lite handgun, such as one of the NAA .22's.

    Just be careful not to blow your arm off.
     
  12. mercop

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    I have seen people carry a blade on one side and a SF or Yawara Bo on the other. Whey not a pistola?