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    Does anyone know anything about the "Law Pro" line of duty gear? I heard they have duty boots for dirt cheap prices. What I want to know is if the gear really holds up!

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    Lieutenant......The 'Law Pro' brand is Quartermasters own line of gear. It's along the same basis as what Galls is doing with the 'Galls Gear'. They purchase it from other manufacturers. Now, the leather gear of the Law Pro line is from a company called 'Duty Man' http://www.dutyman.net

    However, through painstaking research, I don't believe that Dutyman makes hand sanitizer holders either....but....you can always ask.
    That's right, bring me my royal coffee!

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    • #3
      Can anyone give any testimonials on law pro products. quality? longility?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by LT. EXPLORER
        Does anyone know anything about the "Law Pro" line of duty gear? I heard they have duty boots for dirt cheap prices. What I want to know is if the gear really holds up!
        I infact have a pair of law pro boots for patrol and they do really well ,on another note mainly all are jackets came from quartermaster uniforms or so they call it law pro but there good uniform suppliers.

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        • #5
          I really don't think you should be spending or woorying about acquiring "equipment" but should spend money and time on education at your age. Law Pro is no top quaility to answer intial question.

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          • #6
            I deal with this stuff from a business point of view. Ie: Is this going to affect my profits, and is this going to get my people killed (Also affecting my profits.)

            I have seen Dutyman gear before. Its not authorized wear in my company, because of the quality. I'd rather give my people "Rhino Gear" from Uniform Wearhouse, which seems to be a knock-off of Bianchi Patrol-Tek, than Dutyman. It cracks, the stitching comes out, and it falls apart easier than Safariland from the 90s.

            I'm told that if you oil, dye, and saddle soap your Dutyman leather, it'll last a long time. I'm also of the opinion that not many people, sworn or civilian, are going to go through all that trouble, when there are higher quality products that don't require such care.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Java King
              However, through painstaking research, I don't believe that Dutyman makes hand sanitizer holders either....but....you can always ask.
              You're never gonna let that drop, are you? lol
              Well life is too short so love the one ya got cuz ya might get run over or ya might get shot.

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              • #8
                Actually, Dutyman makes a sanitizer holder. A double sanitizer holder, even. We call them dump pouches. (I actually knew a guy who had dump pouches on his duty rig. Old Marine MP.)
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by letshearit4blue
                  You're never gonna let that drop, are you? lol
                  No I guess not, are you questioning him?

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                  • #10
                    Reason for Editing.
                    Last edited by lazycop; 02-15-2010, 04:30 PM.
                    Work smarter not harder!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by lazycop
                      Duty man = junk. I like my leather to stay black for more than a month. But its cheap.
                      But if the leather stayed black for more than a month, then Quartermaster couldn't sell so much Smith and Wesson Leather Dye.

                      Although, you COULD just soak all your leather gear in Black Rit Dye for a few hours. I don't mean the water solution, I mean soak it in the liquid concentrate. Then saddle soap the hell out of it.
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                      • #12
                        I use Law Pro. I have had my set for a year and a half. The city dept. here uses dutyman due to that is the only stuff our police supply carries. I purchased LawPro because it still was cheaper than the dutyman at the police supply. (Yet half of the stuff Quatermaster sent me was Dutyman) Yes, the color does wear off easy if you do not re-treat it. I dont have any problems with it because I leatherluster the gear about once every 4 months.

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                        • #13
                          You don't have any problem with it because you take care of your duty gear, and understand that Dutyman Leather = Cowhide.

                          I'm going to amend my statement to: I would not trust issuing Dutyman or LawPro to anyone who does not demonstrate the dedication to taking care of their duty gear.

                          Remember, there's probally someone in every security company, police department, and state agency that hasn't cleaned their weapon since they were last required to qualify with it.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by nacorbier
                            You don't have any problem with it because you take care of your duty gear, and understand that Dutyman Leather = Cowhide.

                            I'm going to amend my statement to: I would not trust issuing Dutyman or LawPro to anyone who does not demonstrate the dedication to taking care of their duty gear.

                            Remember, there's probally someone in every security company, police department, and state agency that hasn't cleaned their weapon since they were last required to qualify with it.
                            Just about all the duty gear I was issued sits in a bag in the closet except the holster, mag holder, and OC case. I found stuff I liked better and spent my own money on it. I have 3 almost new cuff cases sitting in a bag because they were uncomfortable. I don
                            Work smarter not harder!

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                            • #15
                              When I was a police explorer we had to buy our own gear so dutyman / lawpro was what i bought. for an explorer, I think it is perfect due to the fact that its not used very often and is cheap. as for quality, i have a stinger and oc-10 holder that are both lawpro and they both have held up really well for years with no maintenance. this, however, may be due to belt placement rather than quality. my advice is buy the best quality equipment you can afford, i personally think Safariland is the best. On a similar note, in my opinion Uncle Mikes brand is pure junk. I have a Uncle Mikes set up and the nylon frays and the Pro-3 belt buckle doesn't snap completely

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