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Old May 17th, 2018, 08:54 PM #1
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IDPA Vest

Hello, looking for advice from IDPA shooters. Looking at purchasing a vest to do IDPA shooting. What are you guys using and where can I find a decent vest at a good price.
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go to the bridgeville web site, they shoot every wednesday, may have a contact person there......dan
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I have been using a photo-vest for IDPA for the last few years (and for CCW). While heavier than some they are also heavily ventilated and easily go down low enough to cover any kind of carry rig. Cheap ones can be had on eBay for under $20 while good ones will run you around $100. The Humvee Safari Vest from places like LA Police Gear is about $40. I have a Humvee vest I use also.
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I got mine from these folks before concealedcarry.com bought them out.


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Thank for your input. I think I found one based off your help.. Thanks again...
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Likewise for Concealed Carry Clothiers . These are intended for real world use as actual vests, with buncha pockets, to hold all your important paraphernalia, and misc Stuff.

Smith & Alexander ( the 1911 Magwell people) offer a very basic " IDPA Vest " . Single layer of material , no pockets , length and cut to cover IDPA type gear. Reasonably priced, $38 for up to 3XL , slightly more for really huge guys.

Two different approaches , for two different parameters .
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