Little Bear "belt-over" tac light/pistol combo.

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    Little Bear "belt-over" tac light/pistol combo.

    I have been remiss in getting this online. This is a creation Dave made for me after a lengthy thread I read on DC about how a tac light saved a member's life. This has become a steady carry for me at night. Because Dave worked from an outline, I had to soften the leather and wax paper wrap it to get a smooth fit and easy draw. I believe Dave said that he now makes this with an FBI cant which I can see would make it even more defensive friendly. Just a thumbs up for Little Bear and his fine craftsmanship.
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    Interesting, but is the belt supposed to go around the gun or behind it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZX9RCAM View Post
    Interesting, but is the belt supposed to go around the gun or behind it?
    Around it ("belt-over"). I much prefer this configuration. It "snugs" the gun to your hip and makes what would normally be an awkward concealment package much more doable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    Around it ("belt-over"). I much prefer this configuration. It "snugs" the gun to your hip and makes what would normally be an awkward concealment package much more doable.
    Gotcha.....a true gun belt would not hurt either.
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    looks nice! I agree with ZX9RCAM a different belt might change up the snugness.
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    Looks like a Wilderness Frequent Flyer belt to me, except it looks like it has metal rings? Haven't seen that, and their site is down. Though it looks like it's the 1.25" model, I'd still call it a "gun belt".
    Does the tension on the belt make the retention of the holster vary?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mchasal View Post
    Looks like a Wilderness Frequent Flyer belt to me, except it looks like it has metal rings? Haven't seen that, and their site is down. Though it looks like it's the 1.25" model, I'd still call it a "gun belt".
    Does the tension on the belt make the retention of the holster vary?
    It is a Wilderness Belt. The Frequent Flyer has poly rings. It has been an excellent belt and the retention is excellent. However, with a rig this "heavy" it does make sense to get a wider leather belt which Dave also makes.
    ps. deeply offended that you would not think I'd wear a gun belt with my edc...
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