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UTG Left Handed Drop Leg Holster (Black)
[05814 / PVC-H178BL]
by K. HITACHIIN Date Added: Tuesday 01 September, 2009
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I bought this from a UTG relator in my mall, it was some sort of chinese shop and all my asain dealers are there, ANYWAY Ive had this for my cyma glock for almost 6 months now and this thing has been covered in silicone oil,dirt,sand,rock dust,and water and this holster is still holding up. If you are tired of having all of the weight on your belt with a side holster, BUY THIS. It can hold up to 5 pounds without it being a hassle from pulling on your belt. It really is a good holster and I can always count on this holster when Im in a bit of a pickle. (Haha xDD) Note: Never keep your magizines in your gun if it uses a botton as a magazine release cause sometimes the slightest touch on your holster in just the right place can cause the magazine release to be pressed.

-EXTREMLEY DURABLE (By this I mean I tried to cut some of it with my pocket knife and its threads are so tough that it cant even stand up to a knife. So yea.)
-Has a tight but comfortable fit
-Buckles can make it easy to remove gear when performing a covert assignment or if you want to scout without the extra weight.
-Can fit almost any gun.
-Sidearms with silencers or barrel extensions can fit through the bottom hole of this holster.
-If you want a leg holster of any kind, no matter what just buy this. YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.

-If you accidently forget to take the magazine out of your gun before putting it back in the holster it might fall out, just a warning not really a con.
-None really, I mean it has the same con's as any really durable gear. Stickers stick to it, and posion ivy will aswell. You can put this thing through hell and it will turn out fine.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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UTG Left Handed Drop Leg Holster (Black)
[05814 / PVC-H178BL]

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