Reviews: Phantom Gear Navy Seal Drop Leg Thigh Holster Rig - Tan

$30.00 $24.00

3 Customer Reviews
Model: PH015-TN
Location: WN-085

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by Deyton P. on 2014-12-06 16:19:13
"Amazing Drop leg platform ! its really low profile and tight to the body so it doesnt swish around. I say get this!


Straps get in the way a bit.
by Paul B. on 2014-03-15 00:39:52
"This is a really great holster. I haven't used it in a game just yet, as I just got it. I tried it with my pistols and it fits everything great. Long barreled pistols included. The two belt loops make weight distribution alot better than the 1 belt loop drop leg holsters. Really easy to adjust and feels like it will not twist on your leg, nor will the leg strap loosen due to anti-slip rubber they installed.

A really great holster that feels amazing and holds revolvers as well, albeit a little awkwardly. Why dont you have this already!!!
by David A. on 2012-06-02 13:48:22
"I can't imagine why this doesn't have any reviews yet, the product itself is amazing. I've taken it to one game since I received it and immediately put it through its paces in a MOUT environment with lots and lots of confined spaces; I'm pleased to report the thing stayed out of my damn way through doorways and offered pistol retention superior to anything I've used up to now.

If you're used to running a typical MOLLE holster threaded through a dropleg platform the first thing you'll notice when you use the Phantom Gear holster is that it retains your sidearm closer to your body, storing it in an integral "sleeve" rather than a separate compartment prone to shaking and shifting with movement. Gone are the days of compromising your mobility for the stability of your holster.

The body of the holster itself is more of a ranger green, but with all its attachment points and MOLLE webbing the whole affair is predominantly tan in color, as advertised. There are three points of retention, two for a pistol belt and one for your thigh; retention for the pistol itself is superb, offering zero play.

I love it. 5/5.

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