Jonathan Bodiford, a warehouse manager in Godley, Texas sends his “From the Country to the Hood” ensemble.
I drive from a rural area into South Dallas for work. It is around an hour drive both ways. I need my gear to be able to work in both settings.
He packs a SIG P320… a lot of gun. With a Streamlight TLR-HL weaponlight. And an extra magazine. Maybe that’s for the “hood” part of his travels.
And check out that unusual Nitecore TUP flashlight. Seems a little higher tech than I want/need in a light, but I’d be interested in hearing how well it works.
I looked at that belt and thought it was a department store belt that had a couple of weeks’ wear. You know, the ones that start out looking nice and if you try to carry a gun and stuff with them, they look bad at the end of week one and start self-disassembling by the end of week two. (That’s a fancy way to say “fall apart.”)
However, it’s a Hanks Legend belt warranted for 100 years. That’s an impressive warranty. I’ll just say that.
How many of you have bought a belt that didn’t hold up to the rigors of carrying a gun on your belt? Lord knows I tried going cheap. Once.