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    Few photos illustrating what I mean.

    G-Code holster w/ D3CR retention kit



    And in an AGC rear pouch. Retention is actually really good without any internal Velcro mods.





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    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed—with the necessity always present of being on time and up to our work; of providing for the dependent ones; of keeping up, catching up, or getting left. “Alas for the lifelong battle, whose bravest slogan is bread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel_M View Post
    Few photos illustrating what I mean.

    G-Code holster w/ D3CR retention kit



    And in an AGC rear pouch. Retention is actually really good without any internal Velcro mods.





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    Do you get much movement from that piece of velcro sitting in the zipper pocket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Augustus46 View Post
    Do you get much movement from that piece of velcro sitting in the zipper pocket?
    The fit it actually very good, the downside is the draw with the strap against the grip. Full disclosure, I dont carry a handgun with a bino pouch while hunting, just illustrating the idea. If I did carry, I would prefer a belt. When I do carry when fishing and 4wheeling, I run the Kenai Chest Holster.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed—with the necessity always present of being on time and up to our work; of providing for the dependent ones; of keeping up, catching up, or getting left. “Alas for the lifelong battle, whose bravest slogan is bread.
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    This is my solution... I carry a large frame .44 mag in bear country... I wear it a little below my bino harness and to the side - works great with the binos and a pack...
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    S&W .500 below my bino pack.



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    I use the Alaska Guide Creations case (AGC), too, and recently talked to the designer, Jaret Owens, to see if he ever considered incorporating a holster. He said he'd considered it but the weight became an issue...thus partially defeating the purpose of his case. I love my AGC (binos, rangefinder, wind indicator, calls, etc.) and recently purchased the Kenai Chest Holster. I took them on their inaugural "voyage" together yesterday (5 mile hike) and they work fine together. My positioning was similar to AK Troutbum's - just on the bottom edge of the bino carrier. My only concern is whether the butt of the gun will interfere with shouldering or carrying a rifle (to be determined). I previously used a Blackhawk thigh rig for carrying in grizzly country (NW Wyoming elk) but this new combo seems to be a better option. Hope this helps...

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