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I've been using G-Code holsters now for about a year. I had never heard of them until that time so I was curious what they were all about. Come to find out they predate the SERPA and even the popular Safariland 6000 series holsters. Are they any good? I break my silence. :)

Rocking the G-Code Holster | The Bang Switch


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That's a pretty good looking holster (and rig). Never seen these before but they look interesting in their design.
 

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I had the pleasure of talking with them at a shot show several years back (Orlando if that tells you how long ago) and still to date, they are the only holster I recommend by name for range, training, and open carry in my classes. I have always been impressed with the quality and durability of their product.
 

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Is that your rig?
If so, what's the battle and main belt in use?

Been thinking about a decent battle-belt setup lately.
 

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Is that your rig?
If so, what's the battle and main belt in use?

Been thinking about a decent battle-belt setup lately.
It is mine. It's a HSGI battle belt and it's their belt with a Cobra Buckle inside. Great setup. I also have it configured with HSGI RTI mounts on the Taco rifle pouches.
 

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I have an INCOG on order from them.

Tim, do you know if any of their holsters support RMR?
 

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When I was wearing a leather duty belt for a living I had my double-magazine pouch mounted horizontally, just to the right of the belt buckle. This also kept my 'workspace' right in front of me, with the magazine removed from the pouch in the direction of the belt buckle. ( I am a right-handed shooter, BTW )

My thinking was that if I ever had to make use of cover/concealment in a compact position it would be easier to take out a spare magazine, while hunched over or balled up, versus attempting this with the magazine pouch mounted perpendicular to the belt line.

Unless I've missed it somewhere, and this is entirely possible, I haven't seen anything that would allow this yet.

Hmm, have to think about that one.
 
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