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    Now with a new 2nd Generation Carrying Case!

    2nd Generation Carrying Case

    After consulting with undercover narcotics officers for improvements in our cases, we designed a new case that lays flatter against the body for better concealment, a weapons/holster grade metal clip for ease of on/off capability, replaced the fastex bucket with velcro for faster deployment. The result was our 2nd generation case, when the professionals speak....we listen.

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    Awwwwww sheeeeeet, I could put like 40 CCW badges on that thing.

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    They won some innovation award and the guy is a member here. He wasn't too happy with the response here and had a lot of negative things to say about us on another forum....

    The way I look at it is if you don't like the criticism then don't post it. Sometimes people aren't going to think the same way as you. I applaud them for being different and trying to come up with a solution but I just don't think this is it.....

    I can see a bunch of mumbai style terrorists buying these sashes and running around plugging people..... you cannot stop that

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    I enjoyed reading some of the previous sash threads of years past :)

    Especially this members... well I should say ex-member

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    I am working on my way to becoming an LEO. So don't worry bout that.

    Don't take this the wrong way, but those who impugn the heroic actions of others are often cowards at heart. They are jealous people who are afraid of what otehrs would do if the SHTF.

    I do have contigency plans if the wolves throw their weapons down. I will not share them for fear of OPSEC. I am sorry but do not worry as I have them.

    I have lots of hours at various training classes. Not to mention I train bi-weekly at the local range. I have experience with various martial arts as well. I train weekly and am very proficient with my hands as well as my firearms. I do know when to use deadly force and when not to.

    I am not insulting others. I am just saying that us sheepdogs have to be aware that the responding LEOs may see us as a threat because they don't know that we are highly trained CCW permit holders who are out there protecting ourselves from dangerous criminals and cannot differentiate us in the heat of the moment. This sash that many are making fun of and denigrating is a good alternative. Would you rather be shot by responding LEOs or wear that sash?

    I do carry often as I go on vacation and I visit both MO and IN regularly.

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    I can see a bunch of mumbai style terrorists buying these sashes and running around plugging people..... you cannot stop that
    While Benny Hill music plays in the back ground...
    Don"t let stupid be your skill set....

    Never be ashamed of a scar. It simply means, that you were stronger than whatever tried to hurt you......

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    Wonder if Gecko45 designed it.
    When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk.
    "Don't forget, incoming fire has the right of way."

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    Thank you! I just found my BIL's Christmas gift! He's a retired LEO... RITFLOL!!!

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    Do people really buy those? Ridiculous.

    Maybe they can build a holster into the sash.

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    The owner of that site needs to be pushed down.
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