Safariland patrol belt setup configuration
When you're setting up your patrol belt, ask yourself two questions: What are the things you need most in an emergency? What do I need quickly? Once you've got your holster set, think about where to place the rest of your gear — like sets of handcuffs, magazine, OC, flashlight and radio. After 27 years of experience, Keith Garcia advises to keep the back of your belt free.
If you need more space for attachments, Safariland has lots of leg rigs for tasers and handguns to get gear off the back, especially if you’re a smaller person.
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