If one thing is true about Airsoft is that you can't accessorize
enough! Every AEG owner needs to have an extra something...
if you're guessing "magazine" you're wrong...
it's that something snipers can't live without... you think
you got it this time with "binoculars"? Wrong
again... it's the good old SIDEARM!
Whether a springer or a gas gun, you've got to have a sidearm.
Pistol only CQB games are often the most enjoyable and adrenaline
boosters. But you can't just walk around between games with
a pistol in your hand... it's not only unsafe but tacky!
You need a holster.
You may be asking.... "But which one? Pistols have
all kinds of sizes and I may not even use the same pistol
all the time."
That's where the Mil-Tec Universal Tactical Holster
comes in handy. It can fit virtually any type of pistol
and I bet it could even fit an Uzi. It can also fit any
type of pistol magazine.
The holster's security clip is very versatile and gives
you several options for all types of occasions. You have
the quick release clip for fast drawing, the double secured
setting for when you fear someone else might pull your gun,
and the option to move the lock higher for longer weapons.
All these options are shown below.
may repeat all the steps above by securing the second
Velcro higher up for a longer weapon.
I'm an airsoft hobbyist and web developer, not a fashion
designer, so I can't tell you the name of the fabric used
since I have no idea. But one thing I can tell you, and
it's that this thing will never rip. It's strong and all
stitches are top quality.
The holster feels great and it's definitely a cool accessory
to have if you own a pistol (and who doesn't?). It works
best if you have a military belt over your shirt since the
higher up the holster is, the tighter it fits around your
RIGHT leg. That's right (pun intended), lefties are out
of luck, but it servers you right for shooting with the
wrong hand... seriously though, for something this good
I doubt they don't make a left handed version.
This review was brought to you
by this website's administrator, Alex Alvarez (aka TripleA).
July 7, 2005. Athens, Greece.