Date: 24/7/2017 19:12

Extreme Ops 188 Tactical Leg Holster, Black

Extreme Ops 188 Tactical Leg Holster, Black

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  • Innovative design for full equipped pistols & MP sub-machine guns
  • Adjustable thumb break system, offers quick-draw & re-holster of pistol
  • 5"x3" padded hook-and-loop panel
  • Double hook-and-loop straps to adjust fit & secure pistol
  • Two full adjustable non-slip leg straps, minimizes movement & provides maximum comfort
  • 1.5" wide hook-and-loop strap, folds up at bottom to adjust holster length
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop custom fit for UZI, MP5 pistols
  • Extra spare magazine pouch
  • Polyester
  • Black
  • Fits mid to large frame handguns with laser/flashlight accessories
  • Fits pistols with 10.5" barrel length
  • Thumb break retention
  • Drop-leg application
  • Plain finish
  • Right-hand accessible
  • 0.7 lbs

The UTG Extreme Ops 188 tactical leg holster secures your gun tightly to your leg with the help of its double hook-and-loop straps. This holster is right-hand accessible and has a thumb break retention for quick draw situations. The holster is capable of fitting pistols & MP-style submachine guns with barrel lengths of 10.5". Polyester, black.

Item Code: PVC-H188B [PY-A-4693]

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By Sam from USA on 2015-11-03
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Things I liked: I like the fact that this offers the ability to keep light/laser attached.

Things I would have changed: They are a little stiff and hopefully just need to be broken in. I have wasted $10 in batteries because the holster switches it on. Different means of retention. While the snap button is more convenient than a buckle.....

What others should know: Maybe consider a laser/light that has a switch on the back.


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