August 3rd, 2008 07:06 AM
Concealed carry equipment
I have now ordered an IWB holster for my gun. But now I'm in search of equipment that will conceal my other things as well.
I'm in need of concealed carry equipment for the following things:
Extra magazine (SIG Sauer)
Flashlight (Novatac 120P and Surefire 6P)
Baton (26 inch ASP)
I'm interested in all suggestions available!
August 3rd, 2008 09:33 AM
Going to need pants that are about 8 sizes bigger than you wear now.
August 3rd, 2008 09:49 AM
No, that wouldn't be necessary. You can't wear this IWB. The gun is in an IWB holster. But the other stuff can't be worn IWB, beacause that wouldn't be comfortably.
Originally Posted by HITCH KING
However, there are a lot of different other OWB holsters that can be used and have pretty good concealment. I just wanna know if you can recommend any, because there a lot of them on the market?
August 3rd, 2008 11:30 AM
Stupid question here...
Why do you carry cuffs and a baton? I assume that if in LE, they would provide the carry equipment.
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August 3rd, 2008 11:49 AM
I also would like to know why cuffs and a baton. You haven't used a name "Gecko45" in the past have you?
For CC a civilian is well protected with their sidearm, spare mag or reload, flashlight, good folder, and a cel phone. Some will also carry a BUG and teload for it as well, but cuffs are getting to be a bit much IMHO and could look bad in a court of law.
I carry my G23 strong side at about 3:30, spare mag OWB clip on at 7:00, celphone at 10:00, Large Folder and NF2 light in front left pocket, NAA Guardian in right front pocket, and two reloads for the NAA in right rear. Hope this helps. You will need to find what works for you though.
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August 3rd, 2008 12:44 PM
Unless its a requirement, ditch the last two items. Carry your cuff ins your left back pocket, spare mag IWB weak side and the light where ever its comfortable.
August 3rd, 2008 12:53 PM
I also like the DeSantis MagPacker pocket mag carrier. It's what I have been using lately and it's very comfortable.
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August 3rd, 2008 06:49 PM
Yes, I'm a LEO. And yes, we get issued everything we need. However, we don't get issued the best things available. I choosed to get an IWB holster for example. That was not issued. I need to get equipment that is better than the ones I got. The biggest give away are the cuffs and theOC spray holder at the moment.
Originally Posted by retsupt99
Gecko who? No I'm a special forces marine seal, working high risk mall security. I'm looking for a IWB for my SPAS-12 and AR15.
Originally Posted by NCHornet
No. I'm a LEO and need to carry this for work detail.
Well, I have had both baton and OC spray come in handy several of times, so I don't wanna leave them home. And I rather don't have that much things in my pockets. I had the OC spray in the pocket one time, but couldn't get it up when I needed it on the ground wrestling a guy. Fortunately my colleague could.
Originally Posted by SIXTO
The baton isn't really a problem. I stick it in my belt in the front. But the OC spray container and the cuffs sometimes make my t-shirt tuck up a little, so if there are some good holders for them I would like to try them. The flashlight I can wear in the front pocket or in the leg pocket. But the other things I prefer to have on my belt somehow, where I'm used to have them. Just looking for holsters that will keep 'em tight on the belt or against the body.
August 3rd, 2008 07:25 PM
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August 3rd, 2008 07:31 PM
Thanks for the link. Any of these holders that you can specifically recommend for concealed carry?
Originally Posted by QKShooter
August 3rd, 2008 09:25 PM
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August 4th, 2008 12:08 AM
pepper spray, sure fire flashlight extra ammo never know when a gun fight might happen, its better to have it, well you know the rest of the saying
August 4th, 2008 12:22 AM
sig sauer according to their web site if you order an $8.00 spray can of any pepper spray it can only be shipped by ups ground and there is a $40.00 haz mat fee that sounds crazy i will call them up to verify that looks like they have a nice selection of products anyway thanks for the web site
August 4th, 2008 05:43 AM
Thanks for all of your input. However, I might not have been clear in my question, but I'm looking for concealed carrying holsters/holders.
I already have all the equipment. I'm looking for better holders for these things than I already got. I want the holder to hold these things tight against the belt or the body and not sticking out. Or conceal it better by offer horizontal carry of these things instead of vertical, like today.
So if you know of holders that we be good for concealed carry I would appreciate it.
August 4th, 2008 01:39 PM
I always worked in street clothing undercover, so I left the cuffs, and the OC spray back in the car.
But, if you have to carry it all.
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