How To Set Up Your WAR BELT | DUTY BELT | SF Assaulter Gear | Tactical Rifleman

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41 thoughts on “How To Set Up Your WAR BELT | DUTY BELT | SF Assaulter Gear | Tactical Rifleman

  1. Steve K. says:

    No way you can get to your belt with your body armor on. your body armor has so much s*** to it there's no way you're going to be able to reach magazines.

  2. HG Höffkes says:

    Hi Karl, please allow me to ask you this question. What belt gear would you prefer in winter time to have fast track to the handgun if needed? thick gloves, coldness, … different situation. I have seen this Guide's Choice™ Leather Chest Holster searching the internet. May be a good option for the hand gun hunting in the winter. What's your approach, your choice? Thank's a lot, HG.

  3. Dail Harris says:

    I would like to know what is the proper way to measure for the war belt ? I am interested in purchasing one and would like to avoid the Hassel of receiving the wrong size and having to send it back and exchange it

  4. Enrique Valentin says:

    I know Serpa holster get a bad rep, but it's not the holster it's the shooter who doesn't know how to keep his finger of the trigger until ready to fire. I've had one for years and never had a problem on the draw. When I draw my finger always ends up straight over the slide and not the trigger. It's all about proper training with the equipment.

  5. Guardian 2nd Ground Div says:

    I know you get a lot of “smart” remarks. I want to start by saying my intent is as a friendly, and a fellow American. It seems (as far as demonstration) to be more fluid when you are wearing the items. I would probably do that up to the point one no longer could (for items which are view obstructed). I am struggling with a morale question as a servant of God, and wish to ask your opinion. I believe an act of war is not murder. I wonder if carrying enough pain medication to end ones own life is a common practice for when hope is lost or the body is spent? Is a self inflicted KIA a casualty of war if over ran or still considered suicide in your opinion (and/or a common concept)? I have heard this referred to as dying with ones boots on. I know you can’t answer the morality of it. I do ask your opinion, and what is the common concept in your experience. Anyone else who reads this may also offer guidance of brotherly intent.

  6. rightwinggunnut1 says:

    Hey Brother karll I have a question what kind of attachment do you have on your belt for your ALS holster? Is it just a paddle or is it one of their proprietary locking systems? Thanks for the help in advance

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