Highspeed Gear | Tension Solution

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The solution to my problem tensioning the highspeed Gear tripple mag pouch you all gave me seems to be working quite well. Here is what I learned…

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15 thoughts on “Highspeed Gear | Tension Solution

  1. Tommy, I remember you saying you want to carry hiatt style rigid cuffs. I assume your department allows nylon gear on your vest, so I thought I'd let you know that you can get MOLLE rigid cuff pouches if that's something you're still interested in

  2. Personally I would ditch them and get some Fastmags, I've used them for years and never had any issues with retention or anything else for that matter.   All I've had to do is clean the crumbs out of them when I wash the carrier, lol.   Much better option IMO.

  3. I have a point blank alpha elite vest in protection level 3A plus. While it is the same protection level as a safe life vest the point blank vest is significantly lighter, thinner, and overall temperature wise cooler to wear. That being said the alpha elite best is also bitchin expensive. I have a pair of Point blank's proprietary level 3 rifle plates (speed plates) 8×10 inch front and back, each plate adds about a half inch of girth and half a pound. All put together my personal point blank vest weighs less than my company issue vest, but it's also almost twice the cost.
    So if you don't need, or at the very least want, the best thing Safe Life is still a very effective vest at an affordable price.

  4. So do you have a level IV plate in your vest full time? That's a real lump to be carrying out & about on patrol. Does your PD allow you to wear LIII & carry something like a plate carrier for active shooter incidents?

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