Brommeland Tac-Lite.

Brommeland Tac-Lite.

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    Thumbs up Brommeland Tac-Lite.

    Just picked up my new Tac-Lite carrier for my Surefire 6P at the office - it came in two days ago but they forgot to call. It's my first example of Gary's work and I'm definitely impressed.

    http://www.brommelandgunleather.com/Products/Belts.htm

    The light pouch is built on a curve so it sits naturally on the offside hip and it's completely comfortable without pinching the ol' lovehandles or binding at the waist. This is a high ride "pancake" design and with the bottom edge of the carrier only 1" below the belt it conceals along with the rest of my carry gear. Fit is just a bit snug out of the box (a good thing) but not to the point of needing to "bag" it. The only problem is, the finish is so nice it makes my old gunbelt look sorta crappy - guess I'll have to replace that sometime soon as well (just remembered, I've got a new one coming soon with my HBE J-frame order - cool!).

    I'd spoken with Gary previously about getting a MaxCon V or VI after I get my next 1911 but if the DefCon is built on this same curvature I might just get that instead . In addition to the quality of his work, he's also a pleasure to do business with and bounce ideas off of. I really appreciate the no BS, straight forward attitude you get when discussing carry gear (or anything else for that matter). For anyone out there thinking about ordering, I HIGHLY recommend his work.

    Thanks for the leather Gary, I guarantee you'll be hearing from me again soon.
    Jack


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    Gary's gear is the best I own, and you will appriciate it the more you use it, the proof of good gear is in the mileage. It makes going back to usable but average product very dissapointing.

    Congrats!

    Nick

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    If you ever need a real gun belt Garys belts are quality 200%
    http://www.brommelandgunleather.com/

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    I, too, vouch for the quality and comfort of GB's products...I use the MaxConV regularly. It really makes CCW easy--
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    Gees it's so sweet in here I'm getting a cavity!

    But really Mr. B makes fantastic stuff and my Max-Con V and Def-Con mag pouch is the best period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ti Carry
    Gees it's so sweet in here I'm getting a cavity!Ti.

    Hmmmmm, somehow I see your next order taking a wee bit longer than normal ... like 26 weeks!
    Jack
    Last edited by maclean3; January 27th, 2006 at 08:10 PM. Reason: fixed typo.

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    I have a 5' and a 4 1/4" and perhaps a 3" Max Con 5, all for 1911's in the mail as we speak. I am practically dancing with anticipation. I echo every word of praise that has been heaped on Gary Brommeland. That man is a joy to do business, and shoot the bull with.
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    Thanks for the kind words, guys. I'm glad that ya'll like my work.

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    So wheres the pic?

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    Bottom line is folks - we are spoiled to blazes with all our holster afficionados!!!

    Long may it continue
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Bottom line is folks - we are spoiled to blazes with all our holster afficionados!!!
    Yeah ... ain't it great?!

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