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neomentat
06-06-2009, 11:22 PM
How do you guys carry your armor back and forth everyday? It doesn't fit too well in my duffel bag which I'm afraid over time might become less effective. And I don't want to attract unwanted attention by carrying it on a hanger. There's got to be a product out there for this, advice will be appreciated.

Jonathan Doe
06-07-2009, 8:27 AM
I used to keep it in my locker. The newer ones with softer body armor should fit the duffle bag without a problem.

Fire in the Hole
06-07-2009, 9:06 AM
I don't understand the "carrying it back and forth" concept." I went to work, opened my locker, put the vest, my uniform, gun belt, and boots on, and went to work. At the end of shift I reversed the process, and went home. Once a week, I'd take the panels out of the carrier, take the carrier home to wash, and upon my return to work I'd put the panels back in the carrier.

SVT-40
06-07-2009, 4:04 PM
I don't understand the "carrying it back and forth" concept." I went to work, opened my locker, put the vest, my uniform, gun belt, and boots on, and went to work. At the end of shift I reversed the process, and went home. Once a week, I'd take the panels out of the carrier, take the carrier home to wash, and upon my return to work I'd put the panels back in the carrier.

Ditto.

Ron-Solo
06-07-2009, 4:47 PM
I don't understand the "carrying it back and forth" concept." I went to work, opened my locker, put the vest, my uniform, gun belt, and boots on, and went to work. At the end of shift I reversed the process, and went home. Once a week, I'd take the panels out of the carrier, take the carrier home to wash, and upon my return to work I'd put the panels back in the carrier.

Me too!

paladin4415
06-07-2009, 6:15 PM
I don't understand the "carrying it back and forth" concept." I went to work, opened my locker, put the vest, my uniform, gun belt, and boots on, and went to work. At the end of shift I reversed the process, and went home. Once a week, I'd take the panels out of the carrier, take the carrier home to wash, and upon my return to work I'd put the panels back in the carrier.

What they said. Leave it and the job in the locker at the end of the day.