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  1. #1
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    Default How I Carry My Gang Unit

    Got this idea from a former undercover narcotics officer I work with. Easily accessed by reaching under the collar of my uniform shirt. I like it because it stays hidden and out of the way unless I need it.

    GNS on vest.jpg
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    I like.

    I'm guessing that it doesn't print so much in the uniform then?
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    The collar, The tin, the pen, and the whoop out pad placed in the front should conceal it nicely there
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    I wear a Becker on the right side and a Smith & Wesson on the right, a little lower than Dave has his. Will probaly trade both in for 2 Gang units .

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    I sometimes carry a Hideaway Knife in the same position. It works well there. I haven't added a Gang Unit to the drawer yet, but I played with one in Arizona and was impressed with it.
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    Nice way to carry!

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    Nice !!!! Hope you never need it !!!!
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    Thats a nice set up. A gang unit knife is next for me also. Right now I use a hideaway knife attached to my vest pocket and it works well..........
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    I love the set-up. Might be worth a try while on shift tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Sauer View Post
    Got this idea from a former undercover narcotics officer I work with. Easily accessed by reaching under the collar of my uniform shirt. I like it because it stays hidden and out of the way unless I need it.

    GNS on vest.jpg
    Interesting. Does having it there cause any issues when shouldering a long gun?

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