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Survival Sheath Systems

This is a discussion on Survival Sheath Systems within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Sorry Bud I havent checked this thread in a while. They ride quite well. The guy with the chest rig wears it for duty under ...

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    Sorry Bud I havent checked this thread in a while. They ride quite well. The guy with the chest rig wears it for duty under a sweater and loves it. Quals with it and is very fast on the draw (remember we carry deep concealment). I'm planning on getting a chest rig for running with, but I'm just not built to use it for work, and plus I still prefer the UC Comfort shirt.
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    Thanks for the info would have to find a gun to fit the holster i dont want a real big gun to carry in what i do

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    I like the 2 gun rigs.
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    Lawrence if you like the carring of two guns...check out Andrews Monarch rig then go to the options page, there you can get an off side for a snubby/small gun and two mags. Not for me but it might work for you.


    Bud...on the gun size, we carry Sig 229s and the chest rig works well with it.
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    Im just thinking of size i do a lot of lifting and occasionally laying on my chest while working .. There's a lot of laying on side too thats why i don't want a super large gun

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    Well the laying on your chest might be a problem, lol for any weapon. Heck my Emerson LaGrife hurts when I lay on it chest down.
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    thats not very often but laying on the side is so figure a heavy weapon is more likely to shift and cause problems

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    I've got one of their belt sheaths for a 9 1/4 inch Becker Bowie, and a chest holster for a S&W J-Frame revolver. Both are very well-made and I highly recommend them. Both hold the weapon very securely. The holster has a tension screw allowing one to fine tune the draw. I ride a mountain bike over rough terrain with my Model 640-1 on my chest. It rides securely with no danger ever of falling out.
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