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A police duty belt (sometimes referred to as a gun belt, "duty rig" and/or kit belt) is a belt, typically constructed of nylon or leather used by police and security officers to carry equipment easily in a series of pouches attached to the belt, in a readily-accessible manner, while leaving the hands free to interact. This belt can carry any number of useful items, ranging from handcuffs to guns.
The Duty belt came into use in the early 1900's, in lieu of carrying the required equipment in greatcoat pockets or additional bags. These early types were almost exclusively made of dark coloured leather with simple pockets or clip systems attached, such as the Sam Browne belt. However, there are some issues with the use of a duty belt, with the large amount of equipment carried on modern duty belts often carrying more than 20 lbs (9 kg) of equipment. Many police officers develop health conditions, such as chronic back problems, as a result of this reducing the effectiveness of the officer.
1 Holster for 1911 Officer's Model; 2 Holsters for Glock 42
All are excellent, quality holsters in very-good to like-new condition.
I’ve researched new retail prices at the manufacturer’s website and Amazon. I have priced them at about 50% of the lowest new retail price to reflect that they...
Hello Selling my Urban Carry lock leather holsters. I have IWB & OWB that fit's officer size 1911
They are like brand new...I tried on but never carried with them and sold my DW ECO so no need for them any longer.
$80.00 updated price $65.00 for both of them.
Nightingale leather OWB HOLSTER
Was too tight of a fit with my Icarus Lower and pro cut slide.
Made for the the original style slide I beleive. Brand new. Made to fit the full size 4.7” sig sauer p320
**Willing to sell the Surefire x300u-b with it. Add $200
Or, trade for one made to fit the pro...
No not that kind of three way. Right handed American made leather holster that's basically new.
I bought this a few months back for a Taurus PT111. I followed the break in instructions which was basically put the pistol in the holster for a few days. I never actually got to take it outside and...
No longer need this "dress" holster as I moved to the shorter barrel 1911. Made in Juarez by ZEA's, aside from the internal scratches, this heavy leather is tooled and stitched by someone who knows leather. Right handed, canted and...did I say BEAUTIFUL? SHIPPING INCLUDED. 100
Bianchi model 8 pancake holster, right-hand OWB. Thumb-break retention. Fits 2" J-frame revolver. Purchased new in late 1976, this holster went into storage in mid-1978 when I was transferred to W. Germany. I re-discovered it a few months ago in a storage box that hadn't been opened in...
Up for sale, Southwest Washington, Vancouver area, Clark County area.
Beretta shooters combo deal.
New, never worn, Desantis black leather Thumb snap Scabbard holster. OWB Right hand. Will fit Beretta 92-M9 pistols, With Rail, like the 92A1 or M9-A3, and non-railed Berettas. Picture shows it...
Comptac MTAC Hybrid IWB Holster for Glock 19/23/32: $40
Brand new. Bought it for my wife and she never used it. Includes Leather IWB Mag Holder.
Desantis Apache Ankle Holster – Fits several pistols, see pic: $20...
A very mildly used Taurus Raging Hunter revolver, chambered in 454 Casull. It also shoots the much lighter-recoiling (and less expensive) 45 Long Colt. It’s in the awesome, cool-looking, and highly-sought-after “Matte Black Oxide” finish; hard to find these days in retail and online!
I've got a nice Tex Shoemaker holster for a 1911 with a thumb break snap. Pretty sure the back of the snap was covered with something that must have fallen off. If I use it as is the back of the snap will scratch up the gun. Any suggestions on what to cover it with to prevent scratching...