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The "new and improved" duty belt picture thread!

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by DaBigBR, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. DaBigBR

    DaBigBR No Infidels!

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    Having a specific assignment or rank does not preclude one from being a **** magnet.
     
  2. ditchdoc24

    ditchdoc24

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    I carry 2 sets of cuffs on my belt, 4 extra sets in my patrol bag in the car and 3 sets of flex cuffs in the trunk. I haven't thought about carrying an extra set on my vest. Might have to look into that.
     

  3. ArsonCop

    ArsonCop Who Knows.....

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    Tell me about it...three block foot chase week before last and the guy had a major head start on me. I think he finally got the hint I was not stopping so he decided to give in. I do have to say, I love my job and incidents like that make it all what it is about. :supergrin:
     
  4. lawman800

    lawman800 Juris Glocktor

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    It just keeps getting better, don't it?
    Doesn't matter where I work, I have always been a sh1t magnet. I can sit behind a desk and it flung at me... heck, it seems like being behind a desk is more dangerous at time.
     
  5. Schaffer

    Schaffer

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    I originally had a double cuff case but took it back. A lot of weight in one spot for me. Another cuff case is in the works right now.ive just been holding a second pair on with a keeper.

    I have a spare set in my bag for when I need them,but I'm going to try it out of the vest.

    Well see how it goes. First shift is Monday.
     
  6. matt86

    matt86 Oink Oink

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    My belt hasn't changed much since a couple years ago when I posted it but it's gone from leather to nylon. I only carry one set of cuffs (up front) because of my back. I just can't sit back on them for a whole shift and my waist is a 31 now. I'm lucky and my assists are generally only minutes away though so I can't tell you when the last time I used more than one set unless it was a fat guy :whistling:.
     
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    csogbk

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    Cochise is that a key keeper to the right of your magazines?
     
  8. lndshark

    lndshark

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    Latest version...the wood is back!

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    Buckle CW:

    Safariland Slim Line Mag Pouch
    Zakk Tools Key clip
    6285, Springfield Armory XD40 Service
    Surefire 6P in V70
    Porta Clip
    Baton Ring
    Bianchi double cuff case
    Not pictured: remote mic holder

    No ECD, no spray, plain & simple.
     
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  10. CLoft239

    CLoft239 I Like Turtles

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    I too am plagued with a 30.5 inch waist. Belt, mag, cuff, and asp cases are all Bianchi. Holster is a Blackhawk Serpa III. Radio holder was issued, I don't know the brand. Sidearm is a Sig Sauer SP2022 in .40cal flavor (outstanding sidearm btw, I loved it so much it replaced my Glock 31). The Taser is kinda self explanatory, X26 with issued X26 holster. It sucks that I'm gonna have to intentionally put on some weight just to add OC to my belt. Having my mags on my strong side wasn't my choice, but my department's policy is that our taser must be worn on weak side. Luckily I can easily reach my mags with my support hand without any issue (small waists FTW). Lightning rides happen frequently here, so I opted not to go without :supergrin:
    Figured I'd break out my Bushy while I'm at it. [​IMG]




    "We would never learn how to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world" - Hellen Keller
     
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  11. Schaffer

    Schaffer

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  12. UrbanOps

    UrbanOps

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    I updated my belt a while back. Figured I'd post new pics:

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    Safariland belt, buckle and pouches:

    Badge
    Cuff Case with S&W Hinged
    -single keeper
    OPNs
    Stinger LED in Bianchi Loop
    Moto HT1250 in PortaClip
    -quad keeper
    -quad keeper
    Cuff Strap with S&W Hinged
    OC Pouch with ALS Top Cop
    Zak key holder
    -single keeper
    6360 with Sig 226R + TLR-1
    -single keeper
    Mag Pouch
     
  13. Gombey

    Gombey

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    I want to play, please excuse the crappy pics. I don't know where my camera is.

    Only thing missing is my badge, goes right in front of my 22.

    I need to get some suspenders...all this weight is killing my back!! LOL!!!
     

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    Schaffer

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    tell me your joking, a decent nylon duty belt can be had for under 30 bucks.
     
  15. lawman800

    lawman800 Juris Glocktor

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    It just keeps getting better, don't it?
    I was thinking that but he may be plainclothes or a fed?
     
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    Schaffer

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    Compelling argument.
     
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    lawman800 Juris Glocktor

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    It just keeps getting better, don't it?
    On second thought, he might be some type of Interpol inspector working out of New Scotland Yard, judging by the avatar (Union Jack) and his sig line which spells HONOUR with an "U" like the Brits.
     
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    Gombey

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    It was kind of a joke. The guys in my academy class used to get mad when Pardons and Paroles put on their gun belts. I am plain clothes, Probation and Parole Officers in AL don't have any formal kind of uniform...or even a patch.

    That was one of my dream jobs when I was a kid.

    The flag is actually the Bermudian flag. Born and raised there, came to the US for school met a girl and the rest is history.
     
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    Cochese Most mackinest CLM

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    Peerless hinged, 6390 + G17 +X200, radio, BFS, MC-G33, spare mags x3, and a POS Verizon PTT.

    G26 and X26 in Nemesi. SL20 in muh sap pocket. Looking at getting a new SL20 350 lumen eye melter. Better throw than my Terralux MM drop in for my old SL.
     
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    The bosses gave the OK for cargo pocket carry of the zapper again, eh?

    I wish we'd get the cargo pocket-style pants :crying:
     
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