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Old 04-04-2018, 7:59 PM
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Default How Do You Carry Your Two Way Radio On Your Person?

I did a did of quick searching and there are a lot more available than I anticipated. Several hold two radios and some of those have other pouches for GPS, cell phone, etc.

I am ever so tempted to get the High Visibility Radio Vest for when I am out horseback riding. However, I think I am better off getting the two items separate from one another. Specifically, a high visibility orange vest and a separate radio chest pack. It actually isn't a bad idea, though. Also, I have been looking for a vest with LED lights. There are good ones, which are expensive, and inexpensive ones, which don't last. I may have to just "suck it up" and get a good one, even if it isn't cheap!


https://www.motorolasolutions.com/en...atibleproducts

https://www.conterra-inc.com/product...-chest-harness

https://www.niftyaccessories.com/radio_harness.php

https://www.coaxsher.com/Radio-Chest-Harnesses-s/37.htm

Rescue Radio Harness, Rescue Tech

https://blackhawk.com/products/tacti...-radio-harness

https://worldcupsupply.com/product-c...sories-events/

Phantom Radio Chest Harness | Wolfpack Gear

https://setwear.com/products/radio-chest-pack

Lewong Universal Hands Free Chest Harness Bag Holster for Two Way Radio ( Rescue Essentials), View two way radio bag, Lewong Product Details from Shenzhen lewong Technology Co., Ltd. on Alibaba.com

http://www.holsterguy.com/High-Visib...Vest%20400.htm

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Old 04-05-2018, 5:34 AM
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Anybody use a leather case with a swivel when carrying their radios when off duty?
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Old 04-08-2018, 1:17 PM
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Holy crap. A revolver. Really? Do you still listen to 8 track tapes and use a rotary dial telephone, too?

(I kid, I kid...hopefully no offense is taken.)
No offense taken, I feel that if you need more than 6 rounds of 357 magnum, you are either a poor marksman or a terrorist.
And i have a AR15 with a EOTech for that.
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Anybody use a leather case with a swivel when carrying their radios when off duty?
Yes actually that is my preferred carry method of my radio's when I wear a belt. I have a Motorola leather swivel holster (NNTN4115A) best $30 I have spent . In the winter I either clip my radio to my jacket pocket located front left chest or I wear a radio strap. In the warmer months I wear the radio clipped to my belt on my left side and a speaker mic either running up to my sweatshirt or behind my back and clipped to my shirt in the front. I almost always carry a speaker mic as it is very convenient. I have considered the chest harness for some events and it is probably a good idea however I have yet to try it out.
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