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Custom Belt Rig

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by possum, Feb 19, 2011.

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  1. possum

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    This is a Rig that I made for a customer. I don't think that they are going to wear all of that on their belt at the same time, however i used the belt to show everything. G-19and TLR-1, 2 x p mag bullets rear, and double g-19 mag, all with 1.75" belt loops.

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    my p mag pouches work with USGI mags too.
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  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    I would hope not! :D

    Nice work. :) I like the design of the belt loops in particular, but unless you have an option for interchangeable sizes or positioning, I wonder why you used screws instead of rivets to attach them.
     
  3. Special_K

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    Great work on all of the holsters.

    All that on a nylon belt though?
    Ugh... :/
     
  4. possum

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    read the words, and not just the pic. The gear on belt was for visual/ photo shoot.
     
  5. Special_K

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    Ah, forgive me.
    I'm in text book college study mode and skim a lot of reading.
     
  6. possum

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    Special K , No problem. Just so you know though that nylon belt has ran through a many of courses, and training events with 2 x pmag, a holster and a single handgun mag. I will admit that the double g-19 on there is a little much!
     
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    I just bought a custom in waist band rig for my 9mm sigma, and would like to know if you make a low slung mag pouch or even a horizontal outside the waist setup. I like Kydex and need something that won't be seen or if it is seen looks like a cell phone case. Oh and by the way, like the pics. If ya price is good let me know what ya charge, I'm always shopping for a good deal
     
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    I just realised that my Glock 30 holsters fit my 26. I should have tried that a lot sooner as I have the 30 since they came out. Thought it would be loose, but they all worked fine, especially my leather shoulder rig. save a few bucks. The Mitch rosen also "half holster" worked fine. With the mag from the 19 and sleeve extensions I know have a lot of options. 16+1 in 9, and 11+1 in 45 with 2 reloads. I would use the sleeve on that 17 mag you have loaded in the 19. It just makes it feel better.It appears functional.
     
  9. possum

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    most of those "mag extenstions" that you posted about fail under hard use. The g-17 mag is my ccw spare. My hands go no where near that mag, since i have small hands. It feels no different when i am using a g-17 or 19 mag.

    as far as functional, if you are refering to the belt rig, yes it is, and the owner is very happy. I am running a similar belt rig for a course this weekend.(aar to follow on course, and belt rig.) the only difference is I will be using my proto-type generation 3 p mag pouches.
     
  10. Zundfolge

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    I dunno ... I've seen 3 Gun stages where you'd need to add a shotgun speed loader or two :D
     
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