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    NYPD thigh ticket holder

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/major1deegan/3644467752/

    The officer on the left. Where do you find/buy the ticketbook drop leg holder? I tried searching the site but to no avail.

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    You talking about that big thing on his left leg under his radio??
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    Yeah the nylon case.

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    It looks like a drop leg pouch. Are you sure it is for a ticket book? I would start looking at different company that make something like that. You can probably buy one from 5.11 or something. Maybe even be a custom bag. Cleaver idea for the cop that needs his cite book with him.
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    You could also make some kind of pocket that attaches to your vest or even just carry it under your uniform shirt depending on how much you sweat. During the summer months in Texas I usually just carry a small hand towell under my shirt for mopping sweat off my face.

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    When I was at the academy and I saw a video were a CA Park Ranger customized his leather cite book with a swivel radio clip. It hooked on to his duty belt. It was kind of cool. It was thinking out side the book. Here is the link to the swivel radio and the belt attachment I am talking abut. I think he used a metal one. You could also wear the cite book in your cargo packet if can wear BDU. I can't wear DBUs at my department
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    Thats not a ticket holder, its a tactical escape hood, its a gas mask for chemical, biological attack. Its issued to all officers in the NYPD and must be worn if on a foot post, even though sometimes we don't
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    Not sure if this may be of interest but you can put any attachments on it as a drop leg holster...

    http://www.platatac.com/1-2-leg-rig/w1/i1021105/

    I use it with one of these
    http://www.platatac.com/spray-pouch-mk-ix/w1/i1026843/

    also notice they have these for bigger but not sure if you could order it in black??


    http://www.platatac.com/blackhawk-s-...m/w1/i1068707/

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    its a lunchbox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozsheriff View Post
    Not sure if this may be of interest but you can put any attachments on it as a drop leg holster...

    http://www.platatac.com/1-2-leg-rig/w1/i1021105/

    I use it with one of these
    http://www.platatac.com/spray-pouch-mk-ix/w1/i1026843/

    also notice they have these for bigger but not sure if you could order it in black??


    http://www.platatac.com/blackhawk-s-...m/w1/i1068707/

    Cheers

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    Awesome idea Oz. I remember seeing blackhawk making dropleg pouches on their website but, it disappeared or discontinued.

    Thanks for the replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxmav3rickxo View Post
    Thats not a ticket holder, its a tactical escape hood, its a gas mask for chemical, biological attack. Its issued to all officers in the NYPD and must be worn if on a foot post, even though sometimes we don't

    Tactical Escape Hood.......wow. I'd rather risk the attack.

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    I call it the tactical 20oz soda holder

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    I think I have seen LA Parking Enforcement with pouches that look like that.
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