Bianchi or Galco Fanny Pack Holsters

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    Bianchi or Galco Fanny Pack Holsters

    I walk my dogs almost every day and would like an alternative to my belly band that I have now. I have a glock 26 and like to carry just about everywhere....i dont give a flying fack if a perp knows i have it, i just want a place to put it out of sight from "the course of normal contact".....if any of you have experience with one or have one for sale please feel free to speak your mind.....thnx

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    I use a black Galco fanny pack for walking and running a couple of times a week and it works great. I have a medium sized one that I carry my S&W 2 inch j -frame in. The thing I like about the Galco is that it has the neoprene holster built in with a velcro strap over it. No worries about it coming loose. I bought it brand new on ebay for about $15 or so. The other thing I like about it is that it is water resistant and I have been caught in the rain with it and my gun has stayed dry. Hope this helps.
    Glock 26 4gen, H&K USPc, S&W 642, Wilson Combat 1911 CQB

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusteel45 View Post
    I walk my dogs almost every day and would like an alternative to my belly band that I have now. I have a glock 26 and like to carry just about everywhere....i dont give a flying fack if a perp knows i have it, i just want a place to put it out of sight from "the course of normal contact".....if any of you have experience with one or have one for sale please feel free to speak your mind.....thnx
    I have a Bianchi 'Ranger' fanny pack that has not been used very much. It's yours for $20.00 shipped (mailed).
    Joe (Joe70223@verizon.net)

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    pm sent

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    I like the Hawke Pak better than the two you listed: Hawkepaks.com, Inc. for EMS, PPE supplies
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusteel45 View Post
    I walk my dogs almost every day and would like an alternative to my belly band that I have now.
    Take a look at http://www.tommysgunpack.com/Product...?ProductCode=1 - they have them in 3 sizes and several colors. They also have an insert available to hold extra magazines. The regular belt handles waist sizes up to 45", and a belt extension is available for high-caliber people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowart View Post
    Take a look at http://www.tommysgunpack.com/Product...?ProductCode=1 ....regular belt handles waist sizes up to 45", and a belt extension is available for high-caliber people.....

    you are soooo kind.....lol

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    A while back I bought a large Tommy's and I am very happy with it. He runs sales quite often. I got mine for about $20.00.

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    I like Tommys too. So much, I bought one years ago, and then another one last year to have a standby ready.
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    Camelbak has one that looks very nice and it's not leather so it looks less miltary. I haven't ordered one yet but have several of their other products and all have been great-very high quality.

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