Handcuff case

WhispTech

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#22
I am assuming that the little cord with hook attachment is for storing a key. I doubt that would be used. Key is usually kept separate in an easier to access area. If you had that pouch on your side or side back and then try and be taking the key off that would be a huge pain. Also note every guard/police officer I know that I have worked with have the extension or pocket tools for their keys or a specialty key for hanging off their belt and usually within the key holder.

Next is that back strap system for that pouch need to be redesigned. Standard molle will work since majority of service belts are 2" so you can have the standard 3" length strap with the button snap attachment but also have the two bottom rows of molle this way can weave onto a plate carrier or battle belt or weave the strap under the bottom molle row 2 and have a 2 inch loop.

Also remove that velcro that I outlined and if you really want to put some velcro put it on both sides side of the strap. There is one issue though and while that would help retain the pouch on systems that use an inner and outer belt different companies use different setups. For example my belt system uses a inner hook belt with an outer loop belt but some individuals have that reverse where it is a loop lined inner belt with an outer hook belt. I have noticed that many companies are switching to outer loop lined belts such as HSGI so that they can be used with battle belts. However there is two styles. If it was for my setup then on the opposite side of that strap would be loop velcro and on the inner side hook velcro and opposite for the other style (loop inner hook outer) and this would help with no shifting when not using PALS/Molle webbing. Hard to explain without physically showing.


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Ofc D.Chappell

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#25
The cuff cases look good from a personal off duty use, or possibly a security guard use where the material matches the security belt/rigging, but as for LE use...many agencies are specific about appearance. San Diego Sheriff's for instance have a low gloss basketweave requirement. San Diego PD is a low gloss or leather look for belt... The above material would only possibly be permitted for K9 officers who wear similar material rigs. Patrol would not be able to sport the look.
 

WhispTech

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The cuff cases look good from a personal off duty use, or possibly a security guard use where the material matches the security belt/rigging, but as for LE use...many agencies are specific about appearance. San Diego Sheriff's for instance have a low gloss basketweave requirement. San Diego PD is a low gloss or leather look for belt... The above material would only possibly be permitted for K9 officers who wear similar material rigs. Patrol would not be able to sport the look.
I mentioned that at the beginning of the thread that only certain officers would be able to use it but it would be more than just k9 though. You have also tactical/swat, plain clothed/undercover and other divisions that could still use it.