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Concealment Vest

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by .., Jan 15, 2006.

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  1. ..

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    Any other choices besides 5.11 Tactical?
     
  2. Darth Muffin

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    I use a scott e-vest (www.scottevest.com). Tons of pockets for all my gadgets too :) I have a zip-off sleeve model so I can use it as a jacket too.

    fixed link -- pax
     
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    Those are rediculously exspensive. You need to fix your link, remove the ")"
     
  4. TheFrontRange

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    Try www.cabelas.com and search for their "Safari Vest"...kind of a classic concealment-type vest...looks like they have some other interesting possibilities in the vest department, too.

    Also, www.sigarms.com for their SigTac line of clothing...they offer a concealment vest as well.
     
  5. frenchwrench

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    Or tthere's the Larry the Cable Guy style vest.....:)
     
  6. Ringer

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    Woolrich Elite, but their's is more tactical than concealment type.

    There is even a group buy going on right now.
     
  7. ..

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    Thanks for the help.
     
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