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    Front to back CLOCKWISE!

    One of the newest gun holsters out there the is virtually indisructable made out of Idaho from a guy in Idaho, check out the video...Its awesome.(http://www.tdlabs.com)

    asp holder, flashlight holder, hinge cuff case, glove pouch (i carry 4 pair of medium gloves on me...double layer baby...joking) chain cuff case, hiden cuff key, radio holder, silent key holder, mag pouch ( for my nine ).


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    all depends. ...in the SHU i carry cuff holder ,radio holder, big glove pouch, baton ring,2 keyclips for 2 sets of bit keys. if im doing an inmate outside movement all the above with the departmental .38 special and 2 speed loaders in a pouch. belt keepers and my needle glove holder.







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    How do most of you move wearing all that stuff.

    I have on the right from front to rear CS Spray, Rigid Handcuffs.
    On the left from front to rear leather gloves, Left restrains, ASP.

    My radio clips onto the overt body armour and is slightly larger than a mobile phone.
    Anything else like big flashlights, paperwork, search equipment etc is in the car or van.

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    Ummmm, what if I don't like thumbs in my butt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeputyJailer View Post
    Front to back CLOCKWISE!

    One of the newest gun holsters out there the is virtually indisructable made out of Idaho from a guy in Idaho, check out the video...Its awesome.(http://www.tdlabs.com)

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    That is the strangest holster that I have ever seen.
    dlefdal said:
    Ummmm, what if I don't like thumbs in my butt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Standard Dave View Post
    How do most of you move wearing all that stuff.
    I was asking myself the same thing. Like, what is it with all those keepers? I'm sure it has it's purpose.

    Quote Originally Posted by Growler View Post
    Nylon belt keeper, weapon, keeper, asp baton, keper, handcuff pouch, keeper, rubber glove puch, keeper, keys with handcuff key, locker room key, and to traffic control box, keeper, flashlight, keeper, xtsMotorola radio, oc spray, double magazine pouch, extra set of handcuffs in front ouch. And yes I know it's a lot of keepers.
    See, even Growler admits there are too many keepers. So what keeps... oops... I mean gives? What is a keeper and why so many?

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    Keepers wrap around the outer duty belt and the inner trouser belt. It keeps the two belts married to one another so they don't seperate.

    It offers a much more stable platform to draw your weapons/defensive and offense from.

    Much needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlefdal View Post
    Keepers wrap around the outer duty belt and the inner trouser belt. It keeps the two belts married to one another so they don't seperate. It offers a much more stable platform to draw your weapons/defensive and offense from. Much needed.
    Oh! I knew that! I was just testing you, D!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlefdal View Post
    Keepers wrap around the outer duty belt and the inner trouser belt. It keeps the two belts married to one another so they don't seperate.

    It offers a much more stable platform to draw your weapons/defensive and offense from.

    Much needed.

    I don't think he really wrote that! There's no sexual entenders, and it actually makes sense!
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    This definitely was not the "Say something nice about the person above you" thread.

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    From front clockwise....oc case, 9mm holster, asp baton, handcuffs, disposable glove case, stinger flashlight, X26 taser, 9mm magazine pouch. Thats all i have room for lol. Need to gain weight before I add anything else.
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    Well, I don't know if us rent-a-cops are allowed to play but I'm going to anyway. Back when I worked in the projects I wore the following counter-clockwise from center: dual mag pouch w/magazines, double-wide keeper, mini mag light, PR-24 XTS (all aluminum) w/ swivel holster, double-wide keeper, (empty space over back and kidneys), double-wide keeper, leatherman tool, double-wide keeper, border patrol style holster w/ Taurus PT-99 9mm, double-wide keeper, Mk IV Cap-Stun, cell phone, and double thick handcuff case with a pair of Peerless hinged cuffs and a pair of Hyatt hinged cuffs (rubber gloves stuffed in the bottom). All the gear was leather.

    Plus bug, assorted knives, flex cuffs between belts, and level III-a body armor.

    See why I needed a 56" waist?

    Oh, and If I was lucky enough to get a radio, I shoved it in the space just aft of the baton and used a epaulette mike.
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    all on foot, bro... all on foot.
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    I know... I'm saying I didn't even get a friggin' golf cart!
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    I'm kinda dissapointed in how many of you carry cell phones on your belt. Pet peeve. Bad form, IMO. If I have room for a cell phone, that means I have room for something USEFULL like another set of cuffs or a Taser. It looks like shit on your belt, and it sounds even more like shit when I hear one ring on a belt.


    Investigators, fine carry a phone but I still think it should be on vibrate and not heard.
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    from my left to my right
    key ring for car with keeper
    tazer
    handcuff with one pair and gloves in other section
    radio
    flashlight
    keeper
    baton
    keeper

    then on my right to left is..
    two magazines
    a keeper
    my gun
    a keeper

    thats it...
    my phone stays in my shirt pocket...
    my other cuffs stay on my light in my car along with my portable cpr thingy

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    Quote Originally Posted by tx-leo View Post
    I'm kinda dissapointed in how many of you carry cell phones on your belt. Pet peeve. Bad form, IMO. If I have room for a cell phone, that means I have room for something USEFULL like another set of cuffs or a Taser. It looks like shit on your belt, and it sounds even more like shit when I hear one ring on a belt.


    Investigators, fine carry a phone but I still think it should be on vibrate and not heard.
    If we carried tasers I would be more than happy to move stuff around, trust me! As for the phone, it is in a black case and I use it alot. The other guys on my shift and I use them alot, so I think it is an important piece of equipment. YMMV. Also, it stays on vibrate. I agree, nothing worse than being on a call and someone's phone rings!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tx-leo View Post

    I'm kinda dissapointed in how many of you carry cell phones on your belt. Pet peeve. Bad form, IMO. If I have room for a cell phone, that means I have room for something USEFULL like another set of cuffs or a Taser. It looks like shit on your belt, and it sounds even more like shit when I hear one ring on a belt.
    With the current group of dispatchers we have, a phone has become a must. Not saying they can't run a plate without a long-winded, step-by-step explanation, but.....

    You are right about the cell phone taking up space though, some of us girth-challenged folks can't fit a lot on the belt.

 

 
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