ID: 34434 (Holster-SF-R-OD)
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Pistol and magazine not included
*Pistol and magazine not included
- Double Thumb break Security System Guarantees Full Control of Your Weapon.
- Deluxe non-slip holster pad, and non-slip, fully adjustable and removable leg strap -For maximum comfort and additional retention during extreme operations, rappelling, swimming and jumping.
- Elastic Non-slip and Fully Adjustable Leg Strap with non-slip rubber lining. Secure tightly to legs.
- Velcro Closure Opening Designed for Large Barrel Pistol; Fits Most Medium to Large Frame Pistols.
- Drop leg design allows for a quick draw from any position.
- Quick release buckle.
- Build-in extra Magazine pouch.
- Can be used as a drop leg panel and / or belt holster.
Fits most standard service pistols including 1911s, Sig 226s and Beretta M9sSize:
Adjustable, one size fits mostColor:
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"This drop leg holster isn't really what I expected it to be BUT, big but here, it can double as a drop leg panel to put mag pouches onto since this holster is basically a drop leg mole panel with a holster that would normally go on a belt attached to it. It leaves an option out to make it simply as it is, a 3 looped mole panel, with a nice belt holster you can put on your belt. I did just that and got 3 single mag pouches to go on there and it works very well with my set up. All in all it is as good as you make it; if you have a heavy full metal sidearm like my WE USA 1911 Tactical it tends to flop around on your leg. This could be fixed by sewing the holster securely to the panel so that it won't sag into your leg and flop around. I will admit that a lighter sidearm, like a FN Herstal Five-Seven, would do better with this holster or not but that is up for anyone who has one to decide.
Overall I think that it's a great idea to have a drop leg holster to have multiple functions but this, sadly, isn't quite there. As I said before with a bit of modification it could work if the holster is sewed into the panel at the top so it doesn't sag on the user. As for me personally I decided to take off the holster and use the panel for mag pouches for my 1911 and use the holster for another airsofting kit. Though it was not what I personally thought it was I was able to "make lemonade out of the lemons that were chucked at me flying at 350 fps" (sorry, corny airsoft joke but I couldn't help it) and it ended up in me adding something positive to my kit rather than calling what I received worthless. As always Evike.com always has plenty of options out there but for $15 I'd say this is not to bad of a buy.
"Good holster as advertised fits my 1911 perfectly.
"I've always used right sided drop leg holsters not realizing they make left legged ones. Being one of many left handed personal, I figured a sale was the best time to try a new one.
Let me just say I love it. Some others are saying it either cuts off circulation, or is too loose. I think it is perfect size for a normal sized leg. It is even capable of holding my silenced pistol with ease.
- Good feeling material
- Amazing cheap to quality ratio
- Holds gun in tightly
- Mag pouch is kinda small, but works. (It can fit 2 stick types)
- Clips are hard to get undone, but that could also be good?
- It doesn't have a velcro loop, so I can't put my weeb patches on this like my old one.
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