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#1 Noah Hamilton

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Posted 16 January 2017 - 05:04 AM

Ready set go!!!!

I've used the Cinegear one last few years and a Home Depot belt. No complaints. But maybe want an upgrade.
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#2 Patrick Lavalley

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Posted 25 January 2017 - 11:29 PM

Check out some of the military equipment companies for good low profile padded gun belts.

 

First Spear and HSGI are two excellent manufacturers

 

http://www.highspeed...tted-33SPB.html

http://www.first-spe...&cat=284&page=1

 

As for the belt pouch, I've been using a lindcraft small AC pouch for a long time. Recently, I began to use a chest-mounted pack from Hill People Gear. I work in the rain a lot, and the chest pouch is much easier to wear under or over rain gear- I usually wear it under to keep all my stuff dry. 

 

http://hillpeoplegea.../5/Default.aspx


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#3 Jake Schultz

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Posted 10 April 2017 - 10:33 PM

This is the best AC pouch I've been able to find. It's the perfect size; bigger then the small AC pouches, but not as big as those Jumbo AC pouches. Has a great pocket for you flashlight and can fit all the pens/sharpies/slate markers you need with plenty of room left over. Mine has held up pretty well for the last 2 years. The belt is really comfortable and the padding helps it stay up on your hips.

 

http://reyestoolpouc...2&product_id=84

 

https://www.thinktan...o-speed-belt-v2


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#4 stephen taylorwehr

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 02:57 PM

Hey all!!

Looking for a snazzy upgrade to your belt or killer wrap gift, feel free to visit my page! I'm a focus puller whose been doing leather work for the pst 3 years.

https://www.etsy.com...STWLeatherGoods
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#5 James Malamatinas

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Posted 04 June 2017 - 03:29 AM

I recently made the switch from waist pouch to chest pouch and it's made a huge differance. Far more comfortable, more organised and things are a lot more accessible i.. special sections for board marker, torch, leatherman, scissors etc. Pretty much all of the chest pouches in the UK are this model, rarely see a waist pouch anymore (at least for 2nd AC's). 


https://flybubble.co...-harness-rtc1-i

 

The only recommendation I'd make is adding more Velcro for where the lid sticks, I stitched in strip of 2" Velcro because with the default design I noticed the lid come open a couple of times when the pouch was full and had items fall out, a strip of 2" Velcro fixed this completely and had no issues since.  


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