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Old 01-10-2011, 3:36 PM
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You guys carry a lot of stuff around...
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I carry my 229, my wallet, my cell phone and my keys... I thought that was a lot...
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Minus keys, wallet, Nitecore Extreme R2 etc...
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Huh, I wasn't aware that Corbon made rounds that look like black plastic followers.

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Old 01-11-2011, 8:16 AM
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Minus keys, wallet, Nitecore Extreme R2 etc...
is that like a neck tie mag holster?
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is that like a neck tie mag holster?

No, I use it for pocket carry when possible and tie it to my belt but many use it this way (similar style):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7BI8yyGfH0
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No, I use it for pocket carry when possible and tie it to my belt but many use it this way (similar brand):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7BI8yyGfH0
nice just watched the video of the mic holster too... im definatly going to be looking into that
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nice just watched the video of the mic holster too... im definatly going to be looking into that
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No, I use it for pocket carry when possible and tie it to my belt but many use it this way (similar brand):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7BI8yyGfH0
I love the idea but if you get involved in a shooting, how do you re-holster your weapon?
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I love the idea but if you get involved in a shooting, how do you re-holster your weapon?


I clip it back on from under the trigger guard and push up and slide it back into my pocket, it's not like I'd use this holster to run a 'tactical' or defensive class with.
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I clip it back on from under the trigger guard and push up and slide it back into my pocket, it's not like I'd use this holster to run a 'tactical' or defensive class with.
I am not talking about training class. I was talking about everyday carry.
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I am not talking about training class. I was talking about everyday carry.

Didn't I answer the question?
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-Wilderness Tactical Original Instructor belt, 5-stitch
-Glock 26 w/ factory night sights
-Crossbreed Supertuck
-Moto Droid
-Seiko SKX007K2
-Wilson Leather bi-fold wallet
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-Wilderness Tactical Original Instructor belt, 5-stitch
-Ruger LCP
-Homemade hybrid holster
-Moto Droid (not pictured)
-Seiko SKX007K2
-Wilson Leather bi-fold wallet
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228 & galco ccp, comp-tac combo paddle, & helios vulcan...


27 & ctac, comp-tac combo paddle, & a lil' pokey thingamujiggy...
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When I conceal carry:




When I open carry:



Used to open carry a Gen4 Glock 17 but I sold it to fund the purchase of this OD Glock 35 last week. I'm not lucky with Gen4 Glocks, I've had 3 already(1 Glock22 and 2 Glock17) that I sold without even firing them
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I already posted this picture in another thread.
Anyway, this is my EDC in Germany. Getting a CCW is even harder than in California and I only have one because of my job.
The Performance Center Shorty 45 is a great gun - but it's state of the art from 15 years ago (which is how long I've had it actually). A couple of contracts I worked on required SA/DA guns and I wanted to carry a .45, so I was pretty much stuck with the Smith & Wesson back then.
I've shot a couple of thousands rounds thru it and I don't recall having any problems.



Shown with Fenix light, Benchmade knife and watch.

Obviously missing is my cell, keys and wallet.
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This is an awesome thread! Nice equipment.Keep them coming guys! I think including a pic with all this on your person would be nice. I would like to see how "clean" these CC's look. I'm tempted to post my EDC but My gun won't be included. No CCW! Turning in the request for in a couple days!

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Here's my EDC (minus gun when outside my house no ccw) hand cuffs are for my job (loss prevention) company policy that we are not armed witch is stupid.
Springfield XD-9 Subcompact with HOGUE grip
3 extra Mags w/ 124 grain Federal Hydroshocks [=
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Armed Loss Prevention would not be a good thing IMO without some advanced training.
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I agree we should be trained, but dealing with thieves on a regular basis is not cool when your not armed. I feel I could be much more efficient at my job if I could go after a suspect outside of the store with out worrying that the get away driver was armed.
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I agree we should be trained, but dealing with thieves on a regular basis is not cool when your not armed. I feel I could be much more efficient at my job if I could go after a suspect outside of the store with out worrying that the get away driver was armed.

The company I work for has specialized in Loss Prevention for over 20 years, rolling around with a shoplifter while you're armed is a bad idea w/o a retention holster (hard to be undercover with one) and weapon retention training. If they have a weapon or you're getting manhandled then let them go and remember their details.

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The company I work for has specialized in Loss Prevention for over 20 years, rolling around with a shoplifter while you're armed is a bad idea w/o a retention holster (hard to be undercover with one) and weapon retention training. If they have a weapon or you're getting manhandled then let them go and remember their details.

Well played sir.
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This is an awesome thread! Nice equipment.Keep them coming guys! I think including a pic with all this on your person would be nice. I would like to see how "clean" these CC's look. I'm tempted to post my EDC but My gun won't be included. No CCW! Turning in the request for in a couple days!

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well this isnt a demo video of me showing off myself bending over in differnt angles to show how well it conceals haha but its an old video i have that will show you how well a full sized P30Longslide conceals with a crossbreed supertuck with my undershirt tucked over the gun.

if you wear your clothing right with a crossbreed... i must say it is THE most comfortable and well concealed holster out there





here is a more recent video of my shooting with the crossbreed with my bobtailed commander length 1911. this is the set up i have a picture of in the begining of this thread. the shirt isnt tucked in this video. i have a RAT 3 knife in the small of my back for left hand deployment. (i can still access it with my right hand where its sitting)


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well this isnt a demo video of me showing off myself bending over in differnt angles to show how well it conceals haha but its an old video i have that will show you how well a full sized P30Longslide conceals with a crossbreed supertuck with my undershirt tucked over the gun.

if you wear your clothing right with a crossbreed... i must say it is THE most comfortable and well concealed holster out there

here is a more recent video of my shooting with the crossbreed with my bobtailed commander length 1911. this is the set up i have a picture of in the begining of this thread. the shirt isnt tucked in this video. i have a RAT 3 knife in the small of my back for left hand deployment. (i can still access it with my right hand where its sitting)
Seems like a majority of CCW carriers favor the Crossbreed. What's their slogan? "The ugliest, most comfortable holster you'll ever love." hahaha!

When I first saw it I thought, "how can that big, bulky piece of leather be comfortable?" I'll have to look into that.
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i know! i was just practicing reloading drills though

here is a vid of getting "off the X" for the most part im wearing the same set up in this video. crossbreed supertuck with commander 1911. so its still relivent to the thread

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I notice some of you guys wear operator belts. Most of your rigs don't look really heavy, so I'm curious if those belts are much stiffer and help support the weight better in comparison to your normal leather belts? Based on the product descriptions I've been reading, it seems like these belts are more for people who work in the emergency department that much have a need for a 6000lb rated buckle, and not everyday office workers like myself.

Great thread BTW. I'll add to this once my IWB and LC9 arrives.

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I notice some of you guys wear operator belts. Most of your rigs don't look really heavy, so I'm curious if those belts are much stiffer and help support the weight better in comparison to your normal leather belts? Based on the product descriptions I've been reading, it seems like these belts are more for people who work in the emergency department that much have a need for a 6000lb rated buckle, and not everyday office workers like myself.

Great thread BTW. I'll add to this once my IWB and LC9 arrives.


for me, i just noticed if you can crush the belt with your fingers vertically... it doesnt hold the weight well.

i do wish there was a gun belt that was sturdy, didnt "look like a gun belt", and didnt have to pay over $100 haha

so for now. the cheaper duty belts still look clean and hold the weapon nicely. it really isnt a sacrafice of comfort or anything. it makes it MORE comfortable if you have a sturdy belt
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i do wish there was a gun belt that was sturdy, didnt "look like a gun belt", and didnt have to pay over $100 haha
Think most custom holster makers offer basic belts that look like any other dress belt for around $100.
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Good to know. Thanks. I ordered a 511 TDU belt to give it a try, without the huge commitment in price for starters.
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damn some of you must have big pockets. i get annoyed if i have anything more then wallet, phone, and only single key fob.

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hi fellow bimmer lover, what do you drive? sorry for the off topic.
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got this as my ccw belt--thick sturdy- and cheaper than a mf---got to me in 2 days to and w free shipping http://www.hanksclothing.com/amish_belts_black_buy.html
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