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    Safariland SSIII model 70 in plain finish.

    Safariland model 77 double magazine pouch in plain finish

    Safariland Border Patrol belt in plain finish.

    Safariland model 65 belt keepers.








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    Nice, at first I thought you were oc'ing two cell phones, then I scrolled down.

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    I was confused why he was putting up a pic of his junk, then I scrolled down. > )
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    JMHO:
    You might want to move you knife to your large(regular)pocket, it doesn't look like you can reach it or it would be slow.

    From my experience flap mag pouches should be worn parallel with the belt.
    You pull the mag out towardsthe rear with ammo facing (tip/HP) up.

    There are a couple of excellent training videos showing this technique, I have one if someone wants to borrow it.
    PM me and we can make arrangements




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    Yeah the knife would be a bit slow to deploy, but my BUG is in the right front pocket. As for the mag pouch, I had considered that, but I have been carrying my mags base upammunition forward for YEARS. Frankly I don't want to have to retrain the muscle memory. Thanks for the offer on the vid though!

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    If you think like a Statist, act like one, or back some, you've given up on freedom and have gone over to the dark side.
    The easiest ex. but probably the most difficult to grasp for gun owners is that fool permission slip so many of you have, especially if you show it off with pride. You should recognize it as an embarrassment, an infringement, a travesty and an affront to a free person.


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    What are you packing as a BUG?


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    I agree on the xtra mags. Base up... bullet forward. I just wonder why you have flaps on the xtra mags? :?

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    I spy a Surefire E2D in your lower thigh pocket. I am a Surefire fan myself.

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    openryan wrote:
    What are you packing as a BUG?
    Beretta 21a in .25 acp. It lives in a Galco pocket holster and it is ALWAYS in my pocket....always.

    SP101 wrote:
    I spy a Surefire E2D in your lower thigh pocket. I am a Surefire fan myself.
    That's a big 10-4 on that one. Strike Bezel's are sweet! I have yet to find a holster for it that I like.

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