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Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

LawDogRD10 ·
I need a little help finding a MOLLE armor carrier suitable for uniform use. I'm a K9 handler now and have the leeway to wear one. The one I'm using has some shortcomings and I need to find one that fits my needs and looks decent. Here's what I'm using now. It's got some old panels crammed into it. My current Second Chance panels won't fit in it and it only holds large plates and not my 5x8 trauma plate. Looks like shit with my collar either smashed under it or it sticks way out. L-R is an...
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Redback One Law Enforcement Combat Pistol-Carbine: Jan. 8-9, 2014 Dallas, TX

Jason Falla ·
2-DAY LE COMBAT PISTOL-CARBINE COURSE DESCRIPTION: Special Notes for this course - Enrollment will be done through the TTPOA's website. Please don't enroll through our website. Here's the info you need to enroll: TTPOA Member Tuition: $450.00 Non-TTPOA Member Tuition: $500.00 Instructor: Jason Falla Location: Dallas, Region 7 at the Dallas PD Range located at 3200 Mountain creek Parkway in Dallas, TX Contact Info: Dan Colasanto (972) 205 - 2024 ENROLL NOW The 2-Day Pistol Carbine course is...
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Re: Redback One Law Enforcement Combat Pistol-Carbine: Jan. 8-9, 2014 Dallas, TX

Jason Falla ·
Don't forget to enroll in our 1st course of the year in Dallas, TX scheduled for Jan 8-9, 2014! This is a combat pistol/ carbine course for LEO's. We look forward to having you attend. Enrollment can be done through the TTPOA. Here's the info you need to enroll: TTPOA Member Tuition: $450.00 Non-TTPOA Member Tuition: $500.00 Instructor: Jason Falla Location: Dallas, Region 7 at the Dallas PD Range located at 3200 Mountain creek Parkway in Dallas, TX Contact Info: Dan Colasanto (972) 205 - 2024
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Re: Redback One Law Enforcement Combat Pistol-Carbine: Jan. 8-9, 2014 Dallas, TX

Jason Falla ·
We still have some spots open for enrollment. Register today: https://www.ttpoa.org/Training...ration.aspx?cid=1874
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

JeffM ·
LawDogRD10 posted: This is perfect, but I can't find anytying like it for sale anywhere. No input regarding actual use, but that appears to be the Point Blank Endeavor, if that helps narrow down your search any. http://www.pointblankenterpris...s-product-sheet2.pdf
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

Buddy507 ·
I currently use one of the Point Blank carriers. It is a little different (better IMO) than the one pictured above. I got mine through Southern Uniform Supply. Pretty good customer service and delivered in 4 weeks, around $400 bucks with pouches. However, pouches that come with it aren't the best.
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

I run you run ·
We wear this, http://www.gharmorsystems.com/...ucts/apb-carrier-apb I like it, only complaint is that the velcro on the sides opens up when breathing heavy or moving around, I added a piece of webbing around the back to keep it together. Most people don't mind it being lose I guess but I can't stand it. I think loose duty belts and in turn lose vest with all the crap on them are a key factor to "back pain". We keep our radio, taser, baton and cuffs on the vest.
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

Longeye ·
JeffM posted: LawDogRD10 posted: This is perfect, but I can't find anytying like it for sale anywhere. No input regarding actual use, but that appears to be the Point Blank Endeavor, if that helps narrow down your search any. http://www.pointblankenterpris...s-product-sheet2.pdf That is the PB Endeavor. It is one of the plank holder vest carriers in the RSUC category. (Really Shitty Universal Carrier) My department has issued them for going on three years. They sucked when we first got them,...
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

trooper84 ·
Another vote for the Mayflower LPAAC here. I have been wearing mine on patrol for three years now and it has been great. I run mine with BFG ten speed side closures and they work great
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

TXsapper ·
I've got one of the Oregon City carriers which I use at work. In regards to wearing it over jackets/winter clothing - what I did was take some four inch elastic, double it up and made an elastic cummerbund which I attach the sides to. I put a piece of Velcro in the middle to keep it from sliding through the channel and Velcro on the ends to attach it to the wings. Allows enough flex for thicker clothing and activity. I like the Mayflower carriers, but don't like the idea of their proprietary...
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

jeremy54b ·
I have one of the GH Armor TRC carriers. It's pretty comfortable, allowed ID panels front and back, good placement of pouches and such and fit soft armor and trauma panels (issued). I did slide my plates in there (10x12") and they fit as well. I was pretty happy with it...until I got fat and couldnt' fit in it any more.
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

Big B ·
I'm using the Mayflower LPAAC too and I really like it. I may be getting a Safariland Oregon City to try out too since it has some features that look intriguing.
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

jaycannon ·
I have used the Mayflower LPAAC for 5 years. Love it. Tried the LAPD/Oregon City Vest and found the Mayflower to be more comfortable and easier to fit over my jacket when it gets cold. The LAPD/Oregon City requires it to be adjusted to fit over jackets. If that matters to you.
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

ty1911 ·
Mayflower LPAAC. I'm a handler as well and am loving the carrier. I can slip plates in when needed and the swift clips are awesome. I've got several different swift clip placards depending what I'm going to be doing and can swap them out quickly. The Mayflower LPAC also works well. I've got several other guys in my unit running them. It's the same carrier as the LPAAC just with out all of the molle. The guys who use them like them and they are less likely to add a bunch of pouches and carry...
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Re: Looking for a MOLLE carrier suitable for uniform use

DirtySanchez ·
http://www.leedway.com/Safaril...r-Carrier-p/ocac.htm We use these. No molle on the back. It holds your panels. It has 2 chest, top entry zip pockets (you can see the slits in the pic). I have one, and I dig it. Just communicate as to what your panels for your armor are so you can fit it right, but, mine works with my old vest and my new armor. It has a drag strap on back. It can take BIG plates, but, I have not put any in mine, nor have I tried to. It has an internal pocket for a bug, set...
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AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

dont_tread_on_me ·
Outpost Training Group (OTG) conducted a law enforcement Vehicle Tactics class at the Nashville Airport PD range 28AUG-30AUG2017. This was a tactics and techniques class designed for and restricted to law enforcement. Officers are accustomed to training in/around structures but vehicles not so much. The reality is that most patrol, crime suppression, and narc work is in/around vehicles. The goals of the class were (paraphrased): Use accurate fire to stop an attack. Do it from a position of...
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

Puma4 ·
Thanks for the write up Brother. You and everyone else in the class hit it hard all three days. Thanks to Nashville International Airport Public Safety for hosting the class.
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

Puma4 ·
Photos from TD2 As DTOM stated in his AAR this day was primarily composed of fighting and evac ing from your vehicle and then moved on to Traffic stops since this was a LEO class.
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

Puma4 ·
TD3 Pics from "Finals" day. We use FoF in all of our Tactics classes to drive home lessons from the Live fire portion. The guys came through excellently. I want to throw out another "Thanks" to our role players. They never forgot why they were there and stayed on script all day. Good Role Players make or break FoF training and these guys did a fantastic job. BZ
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

Wild Bill ·
Outpost Armory Training Group LE Vehicle Tactics Course- DTOM did an excellent AAR posted above. I'll just cover some highlights that stuck out to me. The primary instructor was Bill Toy who is LF’s own Puma4. His assistant instructor was Troy Hooker. Besides DTOM also in attendance representing LF was Riddlin. Day 1- We started in the classroom, but it was only to meet up and get all our paperwork signed. From then on it was all on the range. A medical brief was held every morning. This was...
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

riddlin ·
For 3 days in late August (28-30) 7 law enforcement officers from Tennessee and Kentucky gathered in Nashville Tn. to attend Out Post Training Group’s Law Enforcement Vehicle Tactics Class. The class was hosted by the Nashville International Airport Police Dept. and conducted at their range. The Range: The PD range is situated on the back side of the airport, off the beaten path making it private and secluded. It is also considered a secure area so access can be made only by approved airport...
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

dont_tread_on_me ·
Great reviews fellas - definitely some great "learning occurred"! Hope to see you next month.
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Re: AAR: OTG LE VEHICLE TACTICS – NASHVILLE AIRPORT POLICE DEPT - 08/28/17 -08/30/17

Puma4 ·
dont_tread_on_me posted: Great reviews fellas - definitely some great "learning occurred"! Hope to see you next month. Great write ups! See ya'll next month at Counter Ambush and Night Fighter! Wild Bill, wear long sleeves this time.
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