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Old 28 January 2015, 14:47
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I don't carry with a holster.
What!?
But you’re FOR-PROT/ PRO-SECSPEC. And U.S. SOCOM. Does that mean you are an OPERATOR?
And with all your service (and experience) w/U.S. DoJ, OJP, and FBI. Concurrent w/U.S. DHS and DA. FT Bragg!
And you’re JPAS!
And you have C-T/C-I/WPN/PSD training!?
Pray tell us, after all the experience and training you’ve received, why you chose to carry a weapon without a holster of any type?
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Old 29 January 2015, 10:51
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Litepath made me this holster for my G19 easy on and off.
Really like it simple and functional.
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Old 29 January 2015, 11:12
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What!?
But you’re FOR-PROT/ PRO-SECSPEC. And U.S. SOCOM. Does that mean you are an OPERATOR?
And with all your service (and experience) w/U.S. DoJ, OJP, and FBI. Concurrent w/U.S. DHS and DA. FT Bragg!
And you’re JPAS!
And you have C-T/C-I/WPN/PSD training!?
Pray tell us, after all the experience and training you’ve received, why you chose to carry a weapon without a holster of any type?
"Strange things are afoot at the Circle K." Me thinks something is amiss with our new friend OGC-33.
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Old 29 January 2015, 11:21
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I don't carry with a holster.
Do you use a holster for your shovel?
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Old 29 January 2015, 11:34
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Litepath made me this holster for my G19 easy on and off.
Really like it simple and functional.
Really liking that design. How long have you been using it?
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Old 29 January 2015, 11:57
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Really liking that design. How long have you been using it?
Around six months give or take no issues with quality or comfort.
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Old 29 January 2015, 12:08
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Well its because I don't carry much and if I do I carry in my car.

I like the blade more!


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What!?
But you’re FOR-PROT/ PRO-SECSPEC. And U.S. SOCOM. Does that mean you are an OPERATOR?
And with all your service (and experience) w/U.S. DoJ, OJP, and FBI. Concurrent w/U.S. DHS and DA. FT Bragg!
And you’re JPAS!
And you have C-T/C-I/WPN/PSD training!?
Pray tell us, after all the experience and training you’ve received, why you chose to carry a weapon without a holster of any type?
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Old 29 January 2015, 12:09
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"Strange things are afoot at the Circle K." Me thinks something is amiss with our new friend OGC-33.
Yeah. I think some explanation and/or vetting is in order.
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Old 29 January 2015, 12:16
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Absolutely now were talking, lets move in that direction.


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Old 29 January 2015, 12:21
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Gents,

For the record I am "NO Operator" and NO SOF either.


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What!?
But you’re FOR-PROT/ PRO-SECSPEC. And U.S. SOCOM. Does that mean you are an OPERATOR?
And with all your service (and experience) w/U.S. DoJ, OJP, and FBI. Concurrent w/U.S. DHS and DA. FT Bragg!
And you’re JPAS!
And you have C-T/C-I/WPN/PSD training!?
Pray tell us, after all the experience and training you’ve received, why you chose to carry a weapon without a holster of any type?
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Old 29 January 2015, 12:24
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Litepath made me this holster for my G19 easy on and off.
Really like it simple and functional.
Thanks for that!

That's the old design, but of course I can still make that j-hook that splits the belt loop if desired. That one was tuckable And allowed you to adjust deeper/shallow-er into the pocket.

I've since slimmed it down. Choice of two different belt loops.
cant -20 to +30 adjustable.

The one below made for another poster in this thread. And no, it's not you GPC, so don't start drooling :)
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Old 29 January 2015, 13:12
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Thanks for that!

That's the old design, but of course I can still make that j-hook that splits the belt loop if desired. That one was tuckable And allowed you to adjust deeper/shallow-er into the pocket.

I've since slimmed it down. Choice of two different belt loops.
cant -20 to +30 adjustable.

The one below made for another poster in this thread. And no, it's not you GPC, so don't start drooling :)
Who just won the bid on the weapon for it...

Thanks litepath
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Old 29 January 2015, 13:25
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Absolutely now were talking, lets move in that direction.
When I read what you put in your profile and your introduction thread, the first thought that popped into my mind was you work for one of the companies that provide guards at ECPs for government installations.
Yes?
If I'm incorrect, please provide clarity.
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Old 29 January 2015, 13:31
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Roger that, not much different than the companies positioned OCONUS.

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When I read what you put in your profile and your introduction thread, the first thought that popped into my mind was you work for one of the companies that provide guards at ECPs for government installations.
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Old 29 January 2015, 13:40
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Well its because I don't carry much and if I do I carry in my car.

I like the blade more!

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Old 29 January 2015, 13:57
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Well its because I don't carry much and if I do I carry in my car.

I like the blade more!
Now I'm thoroughly confused.

You "don't carry with a holster", then state you "don't carry much". But, if you do carry, it's only in your car. So, I'm guessing that the weapon is either in your pocket, under the seat or stashed in the glovebox. If it's the latter two, it's not really carrying per se. Additionally, not having a holster for any of the above senarios just screams "I hate my guns!!!" Not the kind of response we would expect from someone with your...ummm...background.

PACE also asked for clarity, yet your response is anything but clear.
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Old 29 January 2015, 14:15
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Well its like this, I carry "EVERYWHERE" I go, and my personal is a .40 M&P shield.... fits right in my pocket like you suggested.
On the contrary, I love my guns. However, I lived in the district for awhile and hense "GUN CONTROL" restrictions.


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Now I'm thoroughly confused.

You "don't carry with a holster", then state you "don't carry much". But, if you do carry, it's only in your car. So, I'm guessing that the weapon is either in your pocket, under the seat or stashed in the glovebox. If it's the latter two, it's not really carrying per se. Additionally, not having a holster for any of the above senarios just screams "I hate my guns!!!" Not the kind of response we would expect from someone with your...ummm...background.

PACE also asked for clarity, yet your response is anything but clear.
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Old 29 January 2015, 14:27
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Well its like this, I carry "EVERYWHERE" I go, and my personal is a .40 M&P shield.... fits right in my pocket like you suggested.
On the contrary, I love my guns. However, I lived in the district for awhile and hense "GUN CONTROL" restrictions.
I would hope that you don't put the Shield in your pocket with a round in the chamber. They make pocket holsters for proper pocket carry.
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Old 29 January 2015, 14:56
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First it was
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I don't carry with a holster.
Then it was…

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Well its because I don't carry much and if I do I carry in my car.
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Well its like this, I carry "EVERYWHERE" I go...
I don't mean to be that guy, but there are some inconsistencies with your statements that have several of us here scratching our heads.
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Roger that, not much different than the companies positioned OCONUS.
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