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Old 07-18-2006, 17:58   #1
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The "new and improved" duty belt picture thread!

I was going through the old duty belt thread today and saw that most of the pics don't work anymore...I guess GT prunes attachments after awhile...so I decided to start a new one.

Here goes:

I am probably near the top of the "gear queer" list. I just bought a nylon belt and pouches and have the following configurations: (all are from left to right)

Sig P226 9mm:

The SHOT ShowCase
  • Uncle Mike's ultra nylon belt with velcro lining
  • Keeper
  • Uncle Mike's slim double mag case (for most double stack mags, toes face forward)
  • Keeper
  • Streamlight Strion in Uncle Mike's closed-top case
  • Def-Tec MKIV OC in Uncle Mike's closed top case
  • MTS2000 800MHz model 2 w/Motorola speaker mic and TCI earpiece in Porta-Clip
  • Uncle Mike's key holder with flap
  • ASP 26" baton in ASP sidebreak scabbard
  • Keeper
  • Sig P226 9mm in Safariland Raptor level 3
  • Keeper
  • Peerless hinged and chained cuffs in Uncle Mike's double cuff case
  • Keeper

Kimber Custom TLE/RL II:

The SHOT ShowCase
  • Uncle Mike's ultra nylon belt with velcro lining
  • Keeper
  • Uncle Mike's quad mag case with four Wilson 47D mags
  • Streamlight Strion in Uncle Mike's closed-top case
  • Def-Tec MKIV OC in Uncle Mike's closed top case
  • MTS2000 800MHz model 2 w/Motorola speaker mic and TCI earpiece in Porta-Clip
  • Uncle Mike's key holder with flap
  • ASP 26" baton in ASP sidebreak scabbard
  • Keeper
  • Kimber Custom TLE/RL II w/ Surefire X200 in Safariland 6280 with hood guard and SLS sentry.
  • Keeper
  • Peerless hinged and chained cuffs in Uncle Mike's double cuff case
  • Keeper

Glock 22:

The SHOT ShowCase
  • Uncle Mike's ultra nylon belt with velcro lining
  • Keeper
  • Uncle Mike's slim double mag case (for most double stack mags, toes face forward)
  • Keeper
  • Streamlight Strion in Uncle Mike's closed-top case
  • Def-Tec MKIV OC in Uncle Mike's closed top case
  • MTS2000 800MHz model 2 w/Motorola speaker mic and TCI earpiece in Porta-Clip
  • Uncle Mike's key holder with flap
  • ASP 26" baton in ASP sidebreak scabbard
  • Keeper
  • Glock 22 w/Surefire X200 in Safariland 6280 with hood guard and SLS sentry.
  • Keeper
  • Peerless hinged and chained cuffs in Uncle Mike's double cuff case
  • Keeper

And here is my "old standby" basketweave belt in the two configurations I currently have:

Kimber Custom TLE/RL II:
The SHOT ShowCase
  • Uncle Mike's ultra mirage basketweave belt w/velcro lining
  • Keeper
  • Safariland Glock 21 mag pouch w/4 wilson 47D mags (2 per side)
  • Keeper (double)
  • MTS2000 800MHz model 2 in Porta-Clip
  • Def-Tec MKIV OC in Safariland case
  • Safariland key holder with flap
  • ASP 26" baton in ASP sidebreak scabbard
  • Keeper
  • Kimber Custom TLE/RL II w/Surefire X200 in Safariland 6280
  • Keeper
  • Peerless hinged and chained cuffs in Safariland double cuff case
  • Keeper

Glock 22:
The SHOT ShowCase
  • Uncle Mike's ultra mirage basketweave belt w/velcro lining
  • Keeper
  • Safariland Glock 17/22 mag pouch
  • Keeper (double)
  • MTS2000 800MHz model 2 in Porta-Clip
  • Def-Tec MKIV OC in Safariland case
  • Safariland key holder with flap
  • ASP 26" baton in ASP sidebreak scabbard
  • Keeper
  • Glock 22 in Safariland Raptor level 3
  • Keeper
  • Peerless hinged and chained cuffs in Safariland double cuff case
  • Keeper

Alright guys...post 'em if you got 'em!

And I'd recommend opening a photobucket account instead of eating up GT's server space with attachments.
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Old 07-18-2006, 18:30   #2
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Old 07-18-2006, 18:38   #3
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Looks like you gotta long way to go before you're a GQ. Still need a taser and cell phone holster as well.
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Old 07-18-2006, 18:52   #4
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That's ALOT of nice lookin' gear!
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Old 07-18-2006, 19:07   #5
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Looks like you gotta long way to go before you're a GQ. Still need a taser and cell phone holster as well.
We've got M26s that pretty much make wearing my gear impossible...it rides in the center console. I long for an X26, because I could make it work. I don't carry my cell phone on my belt because I don't want to damage it...it rides above the visor.

I should point out if it isn't obvious that I have one basic leather belt and one basic nylon belt and just switch holsters and mag pouches.

LET'S SEE SOME PICS, GUYS!
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Old 07-18-2006, 21:09   #6
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Old 07-18-2006, 21:27   #7
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What he's really thinking:

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LET'S SEE SOME PICS OF GUYS!

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Old 07-18-2006, 23:19   #8
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What he's really thinking:




It's a good thing I think you're okay, red.
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It's a good thing I think you're okay, red.
<h2> SIR YES SIR!</h2>
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Okay.........
The extra cuff i hook up with a keeper or extra smaller cuffcase. The baton goes IN the pants in a special sleeve in the left leg.
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Old 07-19-2006, 10:10   #11
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GEEZ, just looking over those belts makes my old back scream, glad I retired, always said we had to much junk on the belt.
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Nah, nowadays we work out and donīt eat donuts the whole time.
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Old 07-19-2006, 10:44   #13
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I guess i'm the GQ with the cell phone holder


Actually everything pictured was issued to me with the exception of the flashlight pouch and G22.



The SHOT ShowCase


From right to Left

Cell Phone Holder
OC
Uncle Mikes Triple retention holster
Handcuff Pouch
Latex Glove Pouch
Flashlight Pouch
ASP
Radio
Mag Pouch
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VirtualDoom, if you promise it's not a BlackBerry or Treo you're still ok in my book.
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Old 07-19-2006, 11:58   #15
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I lucked out then, it's a Motorola
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I lucked out then, it's a Motorola
So I guess I've come to learn that VD really isn't GQ after all.
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Old 07-19-2006, 14:11   #17
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Did anybody see the article in the first issue of "American Cop" talking about excessive duty belt crap? They put a belt together with EVERYTHING on it...including a phone and blackberry and maybe some other stuff.

I saw it while I was in the academy, so I don't have a copy to scan.
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Everything i have on my belt i use several times a week. I have it arranged so that it doesnīt bother me in the least.
Itīs like wearing a vest. Itīs heavy, cumbersome and warm. But you have it just for that one day in your life your life depends on it.
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Being a small guy myself, I've got very limited room on my duty belt and it shows. Most of my coworkers often wonder why I've got two bags. Most of it simply has no room on my belt
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Pardon my ignorance but do LEO have to buy all of their own gear?

Are you supplied with the minimum requirement and then if you want to upgrade than it is up to you?

DaBigBR's Kimber rig is just SWEET! That is very nice.
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Pardon my ignorance but do LEO have to buy all of their own gear?
Some buy nothing.
Some buy some stuff.
Some buy all stuff.

Depends on the department.
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DaBigBR's Kimber rig is just SWEET! That is very nice. [/B]
Yea post some pictures of the Kimber please! I heard they are not worth the money. True?
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VirtualDoom, if you promise it's not a BlackBerry or Treo you're still ok in my book.
Guilty here, I have a sprint Blackberry on my belt. It's in my locker at work so I dont have any pics.
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The SHOT ShowCase

Left to right:

GG Leather belt
GG Double mag pouch
GG OC Pouch (Freeze +P)
ASP
Motorola Radio/Holder
Surefire & holster
GG Cuff Case (Peerless Hinged)
Glove Pouch
GG Cuff Case (Peerless Chain)
Safariland Triple Retention (H&K USP .45ACP)


All issued with the exception of the hinged peerless cuffs and the surefire. Looks cramped, but it all fits together fine when it goes on.
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Old 07-19-2006, 18:10   #25
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I love the Kimber. There are a lot of people that don't like the series II firing pin safety, but that's fine...more guns for me.

I'll grab some pics of the kimber when my camera's batteries are recharged.

As far as buying stuff goes...I was issued some and bought some when I started. All the stuff I was issued was sub-par crap, so I replaced it all. Now the only thing that isn't mine is the radio (and the holder on my leather belt, but the one on the nylon is mine)
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