dont know if this is usefull

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    dont know if this is usefull

    have a jacket for cold wet weather.
    It's made by Carheart & I bought it before i started contemplating cc . its a mid thigh rancher style . as i was putting it on today remembered that it buttons on the side allowing you to sit comfortable but also to get to your pockets etc while zipped up.
    OK - here is the good part it also allows for you to access your sidearm...talk about unintentional for site.
    I will post a pic if anyone thinks they would like to see it.
    also their double legged pants are rugged and are ideal for cc since they have all kinds of storage (like painters pants) they're very durable ect... hope i posted this in the right spot.
    I have posted in the wrong place a few times please bear with me
    ill get the hang of it...i promise

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