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Old 25 March 2018, 10:40
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The Mini-Ninjer

Introducing the newest member of the Chest Rig Family, The Mini-Ninjer, (aka Mini-Ninja).

What better way than to show the mini-ninjer herself?

She ordered a Litepath Chest rig and it looked huge on her 4 ft. 11" frame.
I asked if she'd be willing to work with me to fix this issue for folks of smaller stature and she stepped right up.

Anyone who has ever worked with me to test/cut/and try knows that it is no small task. In other words it takes lots of work on the product-testers part. Every little change requires another try, another cut and another set of back and forth e-mails with photos to describe the issues. IOW, a PITA for all excpet the most die hard-helpful people.

Enter the Minininjer herself. She worked her A** off to help me. And to Honor that selfless role, I chose to name the holster after her Online Handle.

Oh, and Bonus, she's an avid Online Gamer with an affinity for First Person Shooters . . .Kill 'Em Cindy!

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Old 25 March 2018, 10:56
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I have a 38" waist. My whole idea is to kill 2 birds with one purchase. Sorry for all of the confusion.

My primary intent for this "rig" is for 2/3 gun comps. The secondary wish is to have this as a "GO" type system in the truck. If and when I need to get to it. A while ago we had a couple threads on the concept of a battle type belt vs plate Carrier vs battle belts. I think a belt like this would be easier to secure and keep it going

What I wanted, is a belt that hold 2 pistol mags, and 1 maybe 2 AR mags. And the pistol holster

Placing your devices similar to what TFG posted pictures on a belt similar to this one.

Does that make better sense?
No Worries on the confusion part. Normal until we dissect the intricacies of your need/s.

Looks to me like a simple Battle Belt with add-ons/attachments?

And that's what I'd recommend simply based on your photo.

I make in-house mounts for two row MOLLE attachments whereas 3 row attachments are ubiquitous.

Now, that said, how that translates to 2/3 gun-games, I have no earthly idea. I think it could, but I'll have to leave that to all the rest of you to ferret out/

Gunk/Alex F/DaveP, GPC, TFG & others too that have Battle Belts and or shoot the gun Games.

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Old 25 March 2018, 11:32
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In the pic above; are you using MOLLE sticks to attach the mag holder in place?
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Old 25 March 2018, 12:46
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In the pic above; are you using MOLLE sticks to attach the mag holder in place?
No that's the Blackhawk S.T.R.I.K.E. MOLLE Mount.

Here is another photo with both mount types for a 3 row Belt.

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Old 26 March 2018, 08:56
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FWIW, Here is mine.
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Old 5 April 2018, 21:47
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So, Boosting this post over on FB. I always get a few interesting remarks.

This time is no exception.
The latest is from the *President @ Firearms Radio network*. Reasonable compared to some.

Got it Pinned to the top of my 2aholster FB page.

Anyone know the guy?
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Old 6 April 2018, 10:13
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So, Boosting this post over on FB. I always get a few interesting remarks.

This time is no exception.
The latest is from the *President @ Firearms Radio network*. Reasonable compared to some.

Got it Pinned to the top of my 2aholster FB page.

Anyone know the guy?
I don't know him, but that Indiana Jones wannabe needs to go pound sand. Guy doesn't like it, guy doesn't have to buy it.
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So, Boosting this post over on FB. I always get a few interesting remarks.
Made the mistake of reading a few. You are a better natured person than I am.
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Old 6 April 2018, 17:21
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That guy just secretly has a hard on for ya, Tom. He just kept coming back with comments more stupid than the previous one. Side note though, how effective (right word? Help me out) is a legal disclaimer of: "Use at own risk blah blah blah legal talk"? I mean, we all know you'd have to work REAL hard to shoot yourself using your holsters but suppose that fuck up accomplishes it. Would that negate any lawsuit he might contemplate levying on you?
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Old 6 April 2018, 18:32
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Internet issues today, so a bit haphazard.

While I don't appreciate the true asinine expressions/opinions, there is good news in each one of those. Those assholes ain't gonna buy that holster!

Plenty of folks like the post and plenty like the holster obviously.

In this particular case, check it; you got a 4ft.11in. Gal rocking that thing and she don't GAS😎

It's just the nature of the Internet in general. Wannabes, folks that'll never learn something new.


I think it's easy to shoot yourself with any holster. All that is needed is to place your finger against the trigger and reholster. I know you of course didn't mean something so stupid as that, but let's face it, it really is easy to do and anyone not paying attention can do that or other stupid things.

Legal disclaimers probably help somewhat. And as many here know, I send a message inside each package reminding folks that it's easy to flag yourself and others with this style holster.

I'd say about oh, 20% order these muzzle up maybe less. Most order up/down/All. And about 40% or so order them muzzle down only.

Guys are tripping, but it's really about choice. The naysayers think they know something and so they spew it. Sad really.

I appreciate y'all taking time to go check out the post.
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Old 6 April 2018, 18:35
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Made the mistake of reading a few. You are a better natured person than I am.
Heck, be my guest. I love friends and customers chiming in. Funny!!
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Old 8 April 2018, 21:22
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Well Tom, went to send that slide to you today but UPS sucks (see post in "Things you hate" thread). It's packaged up on my counter and I'll see about getting it out to you through FEDEX tomorrow. Thanks for your patience.
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Old 8 April 2018, 22:45
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Well Tom, went to send that slide to you today but UPS sucks (see post in "Things you hate" thread). It's packaged up on my counter and I'll see about getting it out to you through FEDEX tomorrow. Thanks for your patience.
I read that. Weird. AFAIK I've received FA *parts* via all; USPS included. And I know I've shipped parts via USPS back to customers. Add insurance and voila. Sorry to hear about that!
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