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Old 07-04-2007, 10:37   #176
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are those the yellow asp cuffs peaking out of there?

This thread is very cool to me. If you havent seen the post I just got hired, im going to be ordering all my stuff tonight or tomorrow so this is kinda cool to see. Mine will all be basket weave, ill get it and get pics up once its done

Any advice for someone whos just starting?
The Cuffs are hiatts. They come in several colors. I have yellow and red. I also own yellow ASP cuffs but they are harder to get a case for.

Bianchi also makes the Accumold elite in basket weave. It is lighter than leather. and a bit less maintenance intensive. If the department allows I would look into it.
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Old 07-17-2007, 08:44   #177
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Bianchi Accumold is the only way I'd go Nylon. Because it is molded, and doesnt look sloppy.
If you think that's good, check out the new Gould & Goodrich molded nylon gear. That stuff is SHARP.
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Old 07-17-2007, 10:10   #178
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Ray "The Big Boss Man" Taylor Dies

I know it's old news by now, but here's an article I just found about him. He was big when I was a wrestling fan. Apparently, as I've known for some time, he was a Prison Guard in Georgia before joining WWF.

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The Big Boss Man is dead. Ray Traylor, a WWF star as The Big Boss Man, died Wednesday. According to The Wrestling Observer, Traylor and his family were visiting with his sister at his home in Dallas, Ga. Traylor's two daughters went upstairs to play, while his wife Debbie briefly left the room at about 10 p.m., and returned to find him on the sofa. A preliminary report suggested he had a massive heart attack.

Virginia promoter Marvin Ward, who had scheduled Traylor with Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton for an Oct. 30 show in Waynesboro, Va., said he was stunned by the news.

"This is just tragic," said Ward, who had talked to Traylor within the last few days and spoke with Condrey and Traylor's representatives again Thurday morning.

As they described the picture to him, Traylor and his family were visiting with his sister at his home in Dallas, Ga. Wednesday night. Traylor's two daughters went upstairs to play, while his wife Debbie briefly left the room at about 10 p.m., and returned to find him on the sofa. "It was apparently that quick," Ward said. "Everybody is just in shock."

Traylor began his career in 1986 as Jim Cornette's bodyguard Big Bubba Rogers. His career saw him perform in WWE, WCW and All Japan Wrestling, and he has competed as The Big Boss Man, The Boss, The Guardian Angel, War Machine, and under his real name and he teamed with Akeem in the late '80s as 'The Twin Towers.' At 6-foot-6, 330 pounds, he was a legitimate Twin Tower.

He had high profile feuds with Hulk Hogan, Ted Dibiase, Nailz, The Heenan Family, Vader, Al Snow, and many others. His last major run was with the WWF in 1998-99 as a part of the Corporation.

Bossman's feud with "The Mountie" Jacques Rougeau culminated in the Canadian spending a night in jail after a loss. Rougeau remembers the time fondly. "It was one of the greatest moments of my career. No matter how bad the situation looked like when I was put in jail with that big 400-pound, 7-foot guy, the Mountie always gets his man!" said Rougeau.

Traylor was indeed a prison guard in Cobb County, Georgia before turning to wrestling.

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...ummm...sorry, I need to go grab it. In fact, I'll get back on this later....with pictures too.
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Old 07-19-2007, 18:36   #179
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Missing holster, radio holder, and X26..

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Old 07-19-2007, 22:03   #180
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Just gettin' mine started..

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Ummmmm, you planning on throwing your bullets ?
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Old 07-19-2007, 22:23   #181
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Ummmmm, you planning on throwing your bullets ?
He is in the HPD academy right now. Never was a fan of the shiny leather.


madecov-how was your first day at Metro?
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Old 07-20-2007, 07:17   #182
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You wanna buy me two Safariland B/W open top cuff cases, so I can stand out, Sarge?

It's my 26th birthday today, you know!


Do I make the check out to "Cochese"?
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Old 07-20-2007, 07:26   #183
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Old 07-20-2007, 09:03   #184
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He is in the HPD academy right now. Never was a fan of the shiny leather.


madecov-how was your first day at Metro?
Metro is great, of course were running all over on sitings of the perp who Sexually assaulted the bus operator.

On another note, our class A belt is also high gloss, I hate the stuff. But luckily we can wear nylon or just about anything else in our Class B or C.
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Old 07-20-2007, 09:43   #185
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Why the dislike of clarino gear? It looks better than anything else when worn right.
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Old 07-20-2007, 10:39   #186
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It looks better than anything else when worn right.
When brand new, scratches, cracking, and creases make them look like poop.
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Old 07-20-2007, 10:54   #187
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Yeah but that takes a couple years at least. My first holster lasted over two years, belt lasted twice as long. Mag pouches and pepper spray holders should last that long as well.
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Old 07-20-2007, 12:50   #188
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Why the dislike of clarino gear?
Don't you have to wear a buckle of justice with it?




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Don't you have to wear a buckle of justice with it?





If I get on with the Sheriff's Office here as a Reserve Deputy like I'm trying to, not only will I have Clarino leather gear, but a GOLD Buckle of Justice as well.
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Old 07-20-2007, 17:27   #190
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Don't you have to wear a buckle of justice with it?
Is there any other kind?
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Is there any other kind?


Could be some of that Uncle Mikes stuff that's high-gloss, with the side-release buckle (aka "Garbage") .
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Old 07-25-2007, 10:27   #192
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From left to right: double mage pouch, maglite ring, radio pouch, streamlight polystinger, single cuff pouch, Leatherman Wave, ASP baton, Safariland 070 with Beretta 96D, OC spray.
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:50   #193
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Went from this:
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Old 11-08-2007, 13:10   #194
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keep the thread alive!

Just got my new pouches, surefire g2l and other stuff.

Before:
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Now:
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All pouches are Blackhawk accumold. Wanted to buy bianchi first, but sadly galls.com didnt deliver to Austria (they dont sell this kind of stuff there, but a couple of other things. Its against their policy... wtf? stupid?), so I found a much better shop in Switzerland polizeibedarf.ch. Nice contact, quick delivery.

The flaps where the belt goes through is very tight so the pouches stay where they are.
The silent key holder is a little bit too stiff at the moment, but I guess it gets more flexible when used.

... have to get a new leatherman pouch.. damn wanted to use a Bianchi accumold mag holder instead but it wasnt in stock
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Old 11-08-2007, 13:32   #195
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This thread won't die...so here's an update:

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Those Orca grabhandles, sarge? Slick.
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Those Orca grabhandles, sarge? Slick.
They sure are...and they kick ass.
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Im in LE now, but this is my security duty belt.
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Here's my "duty belt":

G&G 1.75" pants belt, Surefire G2 in Safariland Nylock case, cell phone case, G&G Phoenix advantage radio case, galls dynamed glove pouch, and UM D-cell ring for Streamlight SL-20XP-LED.
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