Condor Outdoor Tactical Utility Leg Platform (OD Green)[U10B04][01871 / MA25-001]
Description: The Condor Outdoor Tactical Utility Leg Platform is a great platform that allows the user to carry small items on their person without the risk of losing them. This rig features three main pouches which are all removable for maximum modularity. The largest of the pouches is a utility pouch that is perfect for small tools, BBs, or anything else you would need in a pinch. Next, a flashlight pouch allows the user a great location for a tactical light and allows the light to be easily drawn while still being very secure when not in use. Finally, a radio pouch is featured on this platform and will fit most smaller radios as well as a cellular phone if the operator wishes to do so.
Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
Color: OD Green
- Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
- Color: Olive Drab
- Size: Adjustable
- Material: 600D Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) Utility Leg Platform
grea leg rig and it fits great and i have no complaints. it holds my radio in one pouch, in the other pouch i have a flashlight or water purification tablets. in the main compartment i have a lighter, paper, and some other small things and small binoc's.
enough room for me
it is a little smaller than i thought but still works for me.
This is probably the best drop leg rig (DLR) for the money I've ever seen or owned.
It comes with 3 accessory pouches (flashlight/pistol mag pouch, radio pouch, trinket pouch) which i've put to good work carrying stuff like small binoculars maps and mags and flashlights.
The unique thing is that you can take these off and put them on your rig or belt if you want them somewhere else. one time i took the radio and trinket pouch off and put a dual M4/16 mag pouch down there. The back of the rig is an OD colored leather material (not sure if its real, but it feels real).
Oh, it's also fully adjustable for the small, large, short and tall airsofters out there
Basically a molle DLR with 3 accessory pouches included
(what seems to be) Leather on the backside
Quite comfy compared to my quickdraw handgun holster on the opposite leg, sometimes I forget its even there.
Doesn't move around much at all
i suppose the strap could irritate the back of the knee/ leg area, but if you own any other leg/ thigh rig, you'll already be used to it.