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Complete your uniform with the right duty gear for your gun and accessories.

June 30, 2010  |  by - Also by this author


The professional-grade inside-the-waistband N3 holster is the third evolution in Galco's NSA design series. The offset belt loop offers an extremely flat profile and excellent stability, while the reinforced mouth allows a smooth and easy return to the holster after the draw. A raised sweat guard protects the pistol from corrosive perspiration and also protects your skin from hard steel. Constructed of premium saddle leather, the N3 is available in black and fits belts up to 1.5 inches wide.

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Gould & Goodrich

The model 391 holster from Gould & Goodrich offers a fast, smooth draw and a new patented retention system that gives you the option to deploy the strap release lever and change your holster's status from triple retention to double retention. Or press the thumb slide for a synthesized release of the strap and internal retention device. The model 391 is constructed of high-grade, durable black Kydex and solid stainless steel for maximum durability. The holster's outer shell resists scuffing and a sueded liner protects your gun's finish. The holster offers a rear sight pocket and front sight channel. Multiple finishes are available in right- or left-hand versions. 

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Safariland's new slimline-style magazine pouch models are designed to carry the magazines on their edge to save space on crowded duty belts. Offered in both open-top and covered models, these pouches feature both vertical and horizontal belt slots for versatile wear on 2.25-inch equipment belts. A magazine tension screw located between the two pouches allows for easy magazine retention adjustment. The entire line of Slimline Magazine Pouches are constructed of durable Safari-Laminate and are available in a wide variety of scuff-resistant finishes, including plain black, basket weave, hi-gloss, and STX tactical finishes, as well as nylon-look, FDE brown, and foliage green. 

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Tuff Products

Tuff Products' Double Duty Mag Pouch allows the user to carry needed gear behind the handgun magazine pouch. Current offerings include mag pouches that hold one AR-15 magazine and mag pouches that hold a TASER X26. The specially designed mag pouch has a custom space between the pouch and duty belt where the needed item is held firmly in place. The pouch can be worn horizontally or vertically, is ambidextrous, and allows the user to maintain learned muscle memory. The Double Duty Magazine Pouch is made in several sizes available in basketweave, plain (TuffSkin), and 1,680-denier nylon.  

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Uncle Mike's

Uncle Mike's Law Enforcement's Fitted Pistol Magazine Cases are reinforced for long-lasting durability. All of the company's magazine cases feature hardened inserts that provide rigidity and maximum protection to all sides, plus the top and bottom. There is a separate compartment for each magazine, as well as a separate internal retention device for each. The soft-molded belt loop receives belts up to 2.25 inches wide. Flap models also have padded, reinforced flaps with knit lining to cover and protect magazines and a nylon stiffener in the flaps that makes them easier to open and helps them keep their shape after continued use.

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