Using 1TG items for security duty belt setup

WhispTech

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I have been very pleased with my new duty belt setup in which many of the products I am using on it are made by 1TG.

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The full kit list:
1. 1TG flashlight holder
2. 1TG single pistol mag pouch
3. 1TG HunterZ water bottle holder
4. Gloves
5. Condor Medical glove holder with small first aid kit
6. 1TG radio holder
7. Condor 1.75" loop lined outer belt
8. WhispTech/1TG collaboration molle panels (x2 version 2 with velcro straps)
9. HSGI inner belt with AustriAlpin Cobra buckle.
10. 4 belt keepers

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Lot of this setup was due to the Molle Panels that I designed to work with loop lined belt.

I was thinking that it would be pretty cool if the whole duty belt was all 1TG products. You could have a whole new line using products already available from 1TG along with adding a couple new items to your inventory.

The items I had in mind to add to your lineup are:
1. 1.75" duty outer belt using the AustriAlpin Cobra buckle with a inner loop lining and a secured velcro strap. (basically same design as the HSGI with your own materials.) (You also have some belts that are a good basis to strat with but they need those new features added to them.)
2. Handcuff pouch
3. Nitrite medical glove holder
4. 2 inch belt keepers (sold in a 4 pack, easy to make using the utx 1TG logo snap buttons)
5. Glove holder (easy to make using the utx snap button and velcro and webbing)

The items you already have that would work with security duty belt setups are:
1. Flashlight holder 04
2. Radio pouch
3. Your different phone pouches in which some of them even work with duty books
4. HunterZ bottle holder
5. Other pouches such as the pistol mag pouch I am using for a knife and spare flashlight

1TG is pretty much half way of having a whole duty belt setup and over the last couple weekends many have asked me about my setup and where to get items. Mailman even asked me where to get the water bottle holder since he liked the fact of adjustability and the sizes it could carry.

Anyways just some ideas that I feel could easily be done and have a whole new line.

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Jun 21, 2019
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I would also like to see a duty belt with an inner Velcro liner With and without Molle versions (one for law enforcement use one for military/tactical) here are a few examples from my favorite belts I’d love to see 1TG version
 

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WhispTech

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I would also like to see a duty belt with an inner Velcro liner With and without Molle versions (one for law enforcement use one for military/tactical) here are a few examples from my favorite belts I’d love to see 1TG version
Making those pals webbing versions can be expensive. They have to have polymer or resin reinforcement. Was a big part of why I designed the panels because it was more cost effective and they hid behind the pouches and are not seen. I also have tested those Pals webbing belts and due to them making some of them in 2inch where they have the upper and lower row at .5" and the middle row 1" when items are placed on they flop around a bit because of loosing some support. The full 1x1x1 for 3" belt are a more sturdier platform but then on job for security and such looks like a battle belt and some companies don't allow that since when you have blank space you can see it.
 
Jun 21, 2019
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Making those pals webbing versions can be expensive. They have to have polymer or resin reinforcement. Was a big part of why I designed the panels because it was more cost effective and they hid behind the pouches and are not seen. I also have tested those Pals webbing belts and due to them making some of them in 2inch where they have the upper and lower row at .5" and the middle row 1" when items are placed on they flop around a bit because of loosing some support. The full 1x1x1 for 3" belt are a more sturdier platform but then on job for security and such looks like a battle belt and some companies don't allow that since when you have blank space you can see it.
Safe life defense belt is very sleek with 0 sag. The GGG belt requires you to bunch the Molle up and thread it ,otherwise you will have saggy floppy pouches. There are several companies who do a belt but most are mediocre. The Sierra bravo requires you buy 511 pouches and those zero gravity keepers otherwise the belts don’t line up so a lot of people just end up having to buy the inner belt from different companies.from what I know it’s typically nylon pieces and that plastic scuba webbing in the middle to make the belt rigid but I’m no expert. For VP/personal security I run these low profile war belts but for armed security most prefer the hook and loop closure Because it eliminates the need for belt keepers safe life defense actually makes both
 
Jun 21, 2019
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I just bought the HSGI velcro 1.5" hook inner and the 1.75" cobra buckle loop lined outer. Should have them in the next few days. It will totally clear up the front buckle overlay along with get rid of that crappy plastic buckle on the outer.

I will have pics up once I get it and have a chance.
HSGI makes amazing gear you definitely can’t go wrong with them
 

WhispTech

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HSGI makes amazing gear you definitely can’t go wrong with them
Yep. Been using the HSGI 1.5" cobra rigger belt for a couple years now and my favourite belt. This new setup will be even better and will work with my molle panels perfectly. If post goes smoothly tonight should have it tomorrow and Friday at the latest.
 

WhispTech

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Safe life defense belt is very sleek with 0 sag. The GGG belt requires you to bunch the Molle up and thread it ,otherwise you will have saggy floppy pouches. There are several companies who do a belt but most are mediocre. The Sierra bravo requires you buy 511 pouches and those zero gravity keepers otherwise the belts don’t line up so a lot of people just end up having to buy the inner belt from different companies.from what I know it’s typically nylon pieces and that plastic scuba webbing in the middle to make the belt rigid but I’m no expert. For VP/personal security I run these low profile war belts but for armed security most prefer the hook and loop closure Because it eliminates the need for belt keepers safe life defense actually makes both
HSGI resin coats them with type 13 webbing to make them sturdy thus less bulk. Why I went for the HSGI inner velcro belt with the outer loop lined belt.
 

WhispTech

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So the inner and outer arrived today and very happy. Don't need to use the belt keepers anymore so some space freed up and it sooooo comfortable due to the hook inner belt attaching to outer loop lined belt. This is using my molle panels I codesigned with it and works perfectly on the 1.75" size belt.
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With the Cobra buckle on it I feel a lot more confident that it wont come apart. I had no faith in that plastic buckle plus the cobra buckle with velcro attachment keeps the size of the belt from loosening on me and what I set it at. Also no overlap of buckles anymore. :)

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Now my setup is done and satisfied.