ID: 53632 (PH015-MC)
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Phantom Gear Navy SEAL Drop Leg Thigh Holster Rig - Multicam
The Phantom Navy Seal drop leg thigh holster is a complete quick draw holster system dedicated to high speed operations. Features includes integrated dual magazine / accessory pouch, MOLLE webbing, dual buckle belt strap for stability, robust military grade construction, ergonomic frame and more.
- Universal fit accommodates most small to large size pistols
- Integrated low-profile magazine pouches
- Secure dual belt strap design
- Adjustable leg / belt straps with QD buckles
- Non-slip rubberized strap backing prevents holster from slipping
- MOLLE webbing on exterior for additional pouches / modular gear
- Fits 1x Pistol and 2x Magazines
1911, M9, Desert Eagle, Hi-CAPA, USP, SIG P226 and other similar size pistols.Color:
Cordura Nylon FabricManufacturer:
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"I purchased this because I needed a holster that would accept different handgun models (92F/M9, G17/18C, 1911, M&P, P226, SP2022) with or without a light, and not too cumbersome. When I initially placed the order, I had some doubts but decided for the cost it was worth the risk. When it arrived, I was happy to find that the fuax-Multicam pattern was fairly accurate. It doesn't have that muted pink tint commonly found with Chinese made faux-Multicam products. It easily accepted the Elite Force 1911 Tactical and the CYMA G18C, both with the Matrix Replica M3 Light and is ambidextrous. There are two grommets on the the front and back of the holster at the bottom; I ran some Tan 499 shock cord through them which snugged the weapon even tighter. There is a thumb break snap strap with a secondary Velcro safety strap. The secondary strap makes for easy and quick retention after re-holstering the weapon, allowing much faster transition back to the rifle than the primary strap. The magazine pouches are fairly forth right and do what they're designed to do.
The backing is not neoprene but feels like some sort of low-grade rubber (if there is such a thing) and surely will allow the holster to sway when running. The hanging straps are the biggest downside to the holster. They are made of cheap nylon webbing with cheap knock-off Fastex style buckles. Additionally, if worn as it's built, the holster will be somewhere near your knee. My fix was to throw away the buckles and belt loop pieces and add a tri-glide to each one. That reduced the length of drop (I prefer a mid-ride holster, just enough to clear a jacket hem, and have modded my 6004s and Serpas to get the same effect.) The thigh strap is fairly standard but will need a buckle upgrade. Re-holstering can be difficult as the holster collapses when the weapon is drawn.
These are initial impressions only, I haven't put it through any actual use yet. Based on my experience, I wouldn't use it for anything more than airsoft without doing some serious modifications (straps, retention) but what you get is worth the price.
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