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Any recs?
 
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Safariland duty holster of your choice on a UBL low belt loop mount.
 
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Gunfighters Inc. Kenai Chest Rig.


End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
 
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I have one Kenai chest rig, handy for outdoors carry.
 
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I tend to favor the Diamond D Alaskan guide over the Kenai. Both can be positioned so that my binos don't interfere though if you notice I had to put on sticky felt around some of the connection points on the Kenai to quiet it down.

I kept hearing plastic creaking as I shot my bow with the rig on whereas the Diamond D was pretty quiet.



the handle?... it's Latin for "Lover of the Bow".
 
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Some flavor of basic Safariland ALS holster, like a 7377. https://safariland.com/product...t-loop-holster-34850

That's what I use when hunting and riding four wheelers. Active retention, plus it's easily hosed out/off for cleaning.
 
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I prefer the chest-style holster, the FHF binocular case is fantastic, and a Razco holster attaches right underneath, range finder pouch attaches to the side of the bino case.

https://www.razcogear.com/onli...ter-Gen-2-p303565375
 
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I'm the same as toxophilus84. The G20 in a Kenai and the 29 in a Diamond D. Either work well.


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