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    Dressed to Impress while OC'ing

    Consider me impressed. I was on a completely unrelated site and found this great respectable pic of an OC'er, now if only I knew where this OC'er was.

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    That's not an OC'er, in the context of this website.

    That's not the US (the language looks like Dutch). She's at a crime scene, with a radio and a bat-belt that was probably not on her when she left the house that day.

    That said, nice pic! I like her anyway!
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    Re: Dressed to Impress while OC'ing

    I really like that holster. Can anyone recommend a similar domestic brand/style?

    I'd be looking for something for my Walther PPQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    That's not an OC'er, in the context of this website.

    That's not the US (the language looks like Dutch). She's at a crime scene, with a radio and a bat-belt that was probably not on her when she left the house that day.

    That said, nice pic! I like her anyway!

    You were analyzing the language on the sandwich boards???? Hell I didn't even notice them till I read your post

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    Was there a firearm in the picture? I hadn't noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoTolerance View Post
    I really like that holster. Can anyone recommend a similar domestic brand/style?

    I'd be looking for something for my Walther PPQ.
    The holster pictured looks like the Safariland 6280 series with SLS hood. I'm unsure if they have a configuration for your pistol, it's one of the reasons I carry a Glock.
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    Re: Dressed to Impress while OC'ing

    Quote Originally Posted by david.ross View Post
    The holster pictured looks like the Safariland 6280 series with SLS hood. I'm unsure if they have a configuration for your pistol, it's one of the reasons I carry a Glock.
    Thanks! I'll look into it.

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    Re: Dressed to Impress while OC'ing

    Yes officer... I consent to a full body search!!!

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    Politie (Police..obviously) Haaglanden

    Haaglanden is the area surrounding the Hague.

    Definitely an officer of some sort.

    But on a less serious note...

    Probably cutest thing I've ever seen carrying a firearm
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    People keep saying that there is a firearm in the picture. Trust me. I have studied this photo for hours. I haven't seen a firearm yet.

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    Dressed to Impress while OC'ing

    Notice the strategic location of the handcuff keys

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    That's not an OC'er, in the context of this website.

    That's not the US (the language looks like Dutch). She's at a crime scene, with a radio and a bat-belt that was probably not on her when she left the house that day.

    That said, nice pic! I like her anyway!
    Right on MAC! The language is Dutch. Haaglanden is the urban area of The Hague, in South Holland, Netherlands. Pax...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogsandhogs View Post
    Notice the strategic location of the handcuff keys
    I noticed that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogsandhogs View Post
    Notice the strategic location of the handcuff keys
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