Condor Outdoor MOLLE Shotgun Scabbard (OD Green)[K15H02][04565 / 148-001]
The OE Tech Molle Shotgun Scabbard is the best way to keep a shotgun on your person as a high power back up. Carry your shotgun as your side arm with ease. This shotgun scabbard is equipped with a removable sling, molle straps, and security line/buckle. There are molle loops around the scabbard for ambidextrous use or for mounting additional pouches. Shotgun carrying and storage has been made easy by OE TECH.
Shotgun and vest not included.
- Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
- Color: Olive Drab
- Size: 29"L
- Material: 600D Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) Molle Shotgun Scabbard
Shotgun scabbards are pretty hard to find now, thankfully OE TECH has made this and ASGI has it on their website. I like this scabbard, it's durable but a little flimsy and will slide around on your back. It is very uncomfortable to have it strapped on low on your back, so I suggest you strap it in higher up. The only problem is it sticks up pretty high in the air and gives your position away. I don't ever run my shotgun, so I actually use this scabbard to hold my Nerf Mace for nerf kills (I was inspired by Bob at Tac City and saw he was using a scabbard to hold his famous axe). If you're looking for a decent multi-purpose scabbard, I suggest this.
Holds just about anything
The strap on top prevents anything from falling out if you're bending over
This won't break in a week
Uncomfortable if worn low
Gives position away when worn high
Slides around a lot especially when running
I really like this product and can not recommend it enough to anyone who uses a shotgun as secondary. While it may not be the easiest thing to unsheath, that badarse feel of "whipping it out" is totally worth it. When I went to gamepod awhile back, it was perfect.
Looks Bad Arse!
If your primary looks to go down soon, you can always pull out 'dat shotgun (I use a tri-shot, but any would work)
when attached to MOLLE, it is difficult to unsheath an actual shotgun.
Extra weight can add drag
I bought this so I could use my M870 shotgun as a sniper back up and it's decent quality for the price.The shotgun fits very tightly in the scabbard so there's no need for the included retention strap.
The cross the shoulder strap that comes with it is not very comfortable and I don't see carrying it like the photo shows in the product description as a realistic solution for long games or for even basic physical maneuvers but could come in handy for transportation purposes.
Attaching it using the included molle straps to a plate carrier worked way better than I thought and didn't get in the way even while sitting on my butt. I was surprised that taking the shotgun out of the scabbard from my back was easier than I thought although the buttstock sticks up about five inches above my head. The only complication with this system is that putting the shotgun back into the scabbard while wearing it attached to a carrier is very difficult especially with a red dot mounted on the gun and I didn't want to use a plate carrier while sniping.
My solution which works incredibly well is using the scabbard as a backpack. I attached two straps from a Condor pack (but any pack straps would work) and this enable me to quickly take the scabbard off in the field so I can insert the shotgun with no problems.
Versatile and cheap, includes shoulder strap, molle straps and molle loops all over the scabbard for putting ? (god know's what you'd attach on all that molle on the back of it).
A good tight fit.
Decent quality.(Its Condor so you get what you get and you don't get upset). It's just a scabbard so whatever.
Uncomfortable shoulder strap.
Maybe they could include some 45 degree molle on one side of the scabbard so you could attach it to your carrier and have it offset like it's pictured in the photo instead of sticking above your head.
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