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Old 09-24-2010, 5:17 PM
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Glock 19 in a Galco Combat master
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hahah I was half expecting to see pics of people RAVING in this thread
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Feel free to post your Every Day Carry (with or without gun)



Ruger LCP in Galco Kydex holster
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sweet gear aside, this picture made my day, because someone WILLINGLY wears an Army Rigger's belt every day. too funny.
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hahah I was half expecting to see pics of people RAVING in this thread
man it was the same reason i clicked on this thread. I was at EDC 2009 and 2010 LOL
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sweet gear aside, this picture made my day, because someone WILLINGLY wears an Army Rigger's belt every day. too funny.
What the heck is Army Rigger's belt? That belt is made by Wilderness company and it is a gun belt.
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What the heck is Army Rigger's belt? That belt is made by Wilderness company and it is a gun belt.
It's a rigger's belt to anyone that has been in the modern military....
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What the heck is Army Rigger's belt? That belt is made by Wilderness company and it is a gun belt.
they sell that EXACT belt at every PX i have been to, for $29.99, and i watched dozens of poor privates at basic buy them because they thought they were high speed, even though they have zero advantage over the free stuff we were issued.

its made by like a dozen different companies, but the design is the same, some call it a "tactical belt", blah blah blah, but its known as a rigger's belt. I hope they are no companies that are trying to pawn them off at "gun belts", its just a belt.
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they sell that EXACT belt at every PX i have been to, for $29.99, and i watched dozens of poor privates at basic buy them because they thought they were high speed, even though they have zero advantage over the free stuff we were issued.

its made by like a dozen different companies, but the design is the same, some call it a "tactical belt", blah blah blah, but its known as a rigger's belt. I hope they are no companies that are trying to pawn them off at "gun belts", its just a belt.
What is the difference between gun belt and just belt?
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What is the difference between gun belt and just belt?
Stiffness. Gun belts are typically thicker (double layer leather) or use some type of reinforcement (polyethylene sheet) to stay flat and not fold over when carrying weight.

Anyone who tries to carry 4 pound of steel and lead using a $30 metro-sexual dress up belt from the Banana Republic will quickly learn why a stiff/supportive belt is important.
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they sell that EXACT belt at every PX i have been to, for $29.99, and i watched dozens of poor privates at basic buy them because they thought they were high speed, even though they have zero advantage over the free stuff we were issued.

its made by like a dozen different companies, but the design is the same, some call it a "tactical belt", blah blah blah, but its known as a rigger's belt. I hope they are no companies that are trying to pawn them off at "gun belts", its just a belt.
You lost me bro. No. It is not the same. Gun belts and the one issued in the military are completely different.

http://www.thewilderness.com/storepi...309&parent=142
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Seen that same belt at tuners for 39.99
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they sell that EXACT belt at every PX i have been to, for $29.99, and i watched dozens of poor privates at basic buy them because they thought they were high speed, even though they have zero advantage over the free stuff we were issued.

its made by like a dozen different companies, but the design is the same, some call it a "tactical belt", blah blah blah, but its known as a rigger's belt. I hope they are no companies that are trying to pawn them off at "gun belts", its just a belt.
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Belt in the third post is the rigers belt. Belts in RollingCode3 and mine pictures are the belts designed for the gun carry. They are very stiff.
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Stiffness. Gun belts are typically thicker (double layer leather) or use some type of reinforcement (polyethylene sheet) to stay flat and not fold over when carrying weight.

Anyone who tries to carry 4 pound of steel and lead using a $30 metro-sexual dress up belt from the Banana Republic will quickly learn why a stiff/supportive belt is important.
That exactly what RollingCode3 (Wilderness opetator) ant mine (5.11 Operator) belts are.
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Is this thread for the few that have CCW permits, or LEO? I don't imagine a lot of people on this forum are illegally carrying a handgun on them when they go out :|
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Is this thread for the few that have CCW permits, or LEO? I don't imagine a lot of people on this forum are illegally carrying a handgun on them when they go out :|
The OP says with or without guns.

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a good gun belt needs to be ridged vertically. if you ever carry, you realize this fast. a good looking gun belt is gonna cost you around $100. were as you can use a riggers style belt for $30. its a cheap alturnative. and if your concealing, no one is probly gonna see the belt anyway... if they can see your belt, there are other things you should be worried about them seeing assuming you dont have your weapon tucked that is
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a good gun belt needs to be ridged vertically. if you ever carry, you realize this fast. a good looking gun belt is gonna cost you around $100. were as you can use a riggers style belt for $30. its a cheap alturnative. and if your concealing, no one is probly gonna see the belt anyway... if they can see your belt, there are other things you should be worried about them seeing assuming you dont have your weapon tucked that is
Have you ever seen Wilderness or a 5.11 Operator belts?
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yes. i dont know why, but i just dont like 5.11...

so far ive gone with bison disign's belts there about 25 shipped vs 40 shipped
http://www.bisondesigns.com/
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i want your emerson by the way rrr70 haha
I got it for $100
It saved my hide few month ago.
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"benbangui", Could you post the specs/make/model of that light? Feedback?

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That is the same light I have in post #1 except that one uses two AA batteries. Pretty sure that is the Fenix LD20; mine is the LD10
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yep, Fenix LD20.

the reason i especially like it is its slimness. i like the legnth so it can still be used as a striking tool. but its slim enof that you dont notice it in your pocket. the LD10 is shorter and because it uses the thinker 123 batterys, it bulges in your pocket.

also i like the fact that it is simple. high output. low output. AA batterys. but still 180lum output. waterproof.

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The OP says with or without guns.

When I see a EDC thread, I like to post this guy's EDC: http://www.americanrevival.org/artic.../tacticool.htm

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yep, Fenix LD20.

the reason i especially like it is its slimness. i like the legnth so it can still be used as a striking tool. but its slim enof that you dont notice it in your pocket. the LD10 is shorter and because it uses the thinker 123 batterys, it bulges in your pocket.

also i like the fact that it is simple. high output. low output. AA batterys. but still 180lum output. waterproof.

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nice stuff drider

driders set up:






and update if anyone cares... i own both LD10 and LD20 now, and still yes the LD20 is my carry cause its slimmer and i like the legth for a striking tool

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