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Light bearing Drop Offset Package

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The light-bearing Drop Offset Holster Package comes with:

  • Light bearing Drop Offset Action Sport Holster
  • 3 OWB Mag Carriers
  • Inner/Outer Belt

Choose from two ejection port cut styles. Cut "A" front & side cut. Cut "B" IDPA legal front cut.

Made from .093" Kydex/Boltaron and fastened11.99 using a combination of Melonite coated chrome Molly steel and Black 316 INOX Stainless Steel hardware. Comes with an adjustable Military grade Rubber Retention System and backed by a Lifetime Warranty!

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Lifetime no BS warranty on all holsters and magazine carriers.

Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by Chris E. on 23rd Oct 2020

    I ordered this setup after my buddy got one. I used it for the first time two days after receiving it, while shooting with some LEO's in their yearly qualifying. It held my Glock 19 Gen 5 MOS, fitted with a Holosun 507c V2 and TLR-VIR, perfectly. They material is very sturdy and the screws and attachment points are tight. The drop leg is a good position, although I may try just a holster with no drop as I do like my gun a little higher. I went with the drop for times that I wear my plate carrier. The gun draws and reholsters very well, with just the right amount of tension (adjustable if needed). The mag holders work perfectly for Glock mags, both holding them securely and making them easy to access. The outer belt is very sturdy and attaches to the inner belt nicely. The leg strap is very simple, but works well. Through a lot of movement, the holster stayed put. I'm a bigger guy (Size 40 pants) and while it fit fine, I now wish I had ordered the Large belts instead of the Medium. I would like a little extra overlap to ensure a secure fit around my waist, but this still worked perfectly. Point being that if you are on the upper end of the size range, go ahead and upsize. I have a longer training class coming up next month and we will see how it holds up to a little more rigorous use, but I have no reason to think it won't perform flawlessly.