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Old 11-18-2007, 16:40   #221
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Okay, finally got my old belt back together. It's not the same belt that I had it all on originally, but I've put that one somewhere and don't know where. It was on a Bianchi PatrolTek belt, but the one in the pic is a cheap galls one.

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Left to right: Dual mag pouch, MK4 OC, Surefire G2, glove case, ASP (16" in pic, originally had 21" that has since been sent to another GTer), G23 in Bianchi Defender holster, ASP cuffs in Blackhawk cuff case. Everything but the cuff case and belt is Bianchi Accumold or PatrolTek.
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Old 11-18-2007, 23:41   #222
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Okay, finally got my old belt back together. It's not the same belt that I had it all on originally, but I've put that one somewhere and don't know where. It was on a Bianchi PatrolTek belt, but the one in the pic is a cheap galls one.
Just so you know, big chance that we are getting rid of BDU's/Nylon duty gear. It's going to be Class A/Hi-gloss gear only if it goes through for 2008. Only Sort/Swat can wear BDU's.
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Old 12-01-2007, 03:56   #223
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Here is a newer one.

Peerless chain and hinged, both blued in a Safariland double case.
G34 with a TLR-1 in a 6280.
D-Ring.
Streamlight Stinger LED DS in a modded ASP scabbard.
XTS 5000 in a metal holder.
X26.
Two 19 round mags with factory Glock +2's in a Safariland opentop mag holder.

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Old 12-01-2007, 05:20   #224
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So you're still sticking with the double cuff case and open top mag pouch, huh?
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Old 12-01-2007, 09:25   #225
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So you're still sticking with the double cuff case and open top mag pouch, huh?
I tried staying with two on my kidneys but it was killing me in the car for 10-14 hours a day. I don't really like snaps over my mags. With the correct retention, an open top job'll keep 'em where they belong. I don't need stuff in my way when I'm going for a reload with absolutely no fine motor control and adrenaline pouring out my ass.

I have a double cuff case setup on my nylon belt. Reason being, a double cuff case up front gets in the way when I ride and I'm not in a car enough for it to be a bother on my back.

I started inn 2004 with two to the back, closed top. I then went with just a single up front and extra cuffs in my bag. Out here in Colorado, the cool kids use a double up front, so I tried it.

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Just so you know, big chance that we are getting rid of BDU's/Nylon duty gear. It's going to be Class A/Hi-gloss gear only if it goes through for 2008. Only Sort/Swat can wear BDU's.
That sucks! Who's brilliant idea was this one?
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Cochese: No spray out there in the mountains?
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Old 12-02-2007, 02:28   #228
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Cochese: No spray out there in the mountains?
We can carry an X26, 500,000 SHU Deftec ghetto OC and a 21 inch ASP or any combination thereof.

I ditched the backscratcher and the hairspray since we are only required to carry one of the three.

I have a 26" cusco baton in my bag to get under my vest and open the passenger side vent and a can of the OC in my bag for my Taco Bell.

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Old 12-19-2007, 12:01   #229
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Looks like I'll wake this thread up.

Front center going clockwise:

* Blackberry
* Single cuff case w/S&W 100's,
* keeper,
* Safariland 070 drop holster w/Glock 22,
* keeper,
* 21" ASP,
* keeper,
* multi-tool in a 1911 mag pouch,
* glove pouch,
* keeper,
* MKIV spray,
* Porta-Clip radio holder (Motorola XTS3000),
* Stinger light,
* double open top mag case,
* keeper

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Since the OC, radio holder, flashlight, and mags are so close as to not allow a keeper in-between, I stuck on some velcro using an adhesion promoter to the back of the radio holder and the mag pouch. The velcro holds nicely, and since I used the adhesion promoter (kind of like an added layer of glue), the velcro hasn't hinted that they want to come off.

I'm going to replace the MKIV size spray with a MKIII size. When I do that, that case will go next to the cuff case where the Blackberry rests for now. I'll probably put the Blackberry where the MKIV is currently.

Everything is Bianchi Accumold Elite, except for the 1911 mag (multi-tool) pouch and the belt. Belt is an Uncle Mikes, and the 1911 mag pouch is a cheap unknown.

BTW, I have been a long time poster here under the username "FireCop-G19", but haven't been allowed to post lately. I'm not sure why, but I get a window saying I don't have permission to post, and emails sent to Eric haven't been returned. And the forum wont let me send a PM. Is anyone here a moderator or admin that could check on this for me?
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Old 12-19-2007, 14:11   #230
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The SHOT ShowCase

All nylon is Bianchi Accumold except gerber pouch.
I didn't put the keepers on it b/c I'm lazy, but I use the molded ones, not the nylon b/c they are stiffer.

-dbl glock mag pouch
-keeper
-21" ASP in side break ASP holder
-unknown radio clip (issued - no clue)
-stramlight flashlight holder
-glove/pager pouch (used to hold M3 light)
-keeper
-2 single cuff cases
-gerber multi-plier in case
-keeper
-Safariland ALS holster with Glock 31 and TLR-1
-keeper
-Small OC pouch w/ def-tech OC (used maybe once in the last 2 years)

Radio is Motorolla GP1225 - it's on the charger along with the light.

They're in the middle of trying to get tazers now. I'm not looking forward to getting zapped, but I think they are a great tool.
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Old 12-19-2007, 19:15   #231
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I've been tased 5 or 6 times. It's not bad at all. I wouldn't worry too much.
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I've been tased 5 or 6 times. It's not bad at all. I wouldn't worry too much.

Don't listen to him. It's pure hell on Earth. Get hit with it, get your Taser, and move on.
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Old 12-19-2007, 19:43   #233
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I HATED getting tazed. It sucks, but is much better then OC.

Though honestly I'll take a good exposure to CN or CS before I get tased again.
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Old 12-20-2007, 10:24   #234
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ASP, flashlight, taser taser taser, radio aka the brick, handcuffs, key holder, SigPro, the real OC, extra rounds.
The buckle is from Uncle Mike's, looks like a regular sam browne but it's actually fake.

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trdvet, are you required to carry an asp, oc and a taser?
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trdvet, are you required to carry an asp, oc and a taser?
Yep, of course LT's on up walk around with just a gun. I carry a lot of stuff and I'm not on the 50" belt diet so I'm thinking of dropping my asp and oc and just keeping the taser. I will have to talk to the chief who has to approve stuff like this.
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Just wondering because some oc uses alcohol as a carrier, so when the lucky recipiant of the mace gets the tazer too, there is the possibility of a dull blue flame.

AKA shake and bake. Ah, he'll get over it.
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Old 12-20-2007, 13:30   #238
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Just wondering because some oc uses alcohol as a carrier, so when the lucky recipiant of the mace gets the tazer too, there is the possibility of a dull blue flame.

AKA shake and bake. Ah, he'll get over it.
Haha, please my dept. has now issued us the non-flammable kind. We are CALEA cert'd so liability is our #1 priority followed by making sure all paperwork is filled out correctly then serving the community.


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Just wondering because some oc uses alcohol as a carrier, so when the lucky recipiant of the mace gets the tazer too, there is the possibility of a dull blue flame.

AKA shake and bake. Ah, he'll get over it.
Or the possibility of an extremely bright flame that hits 400+ degrees in a matter of seconds, as per the videos included on the Taser training DVD. And FWIW, they show just how "non flammable" some OC really is.
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