Alien Gear Holsters, designers and manufacturers of American-made holsters and firearms accessories, and the Rapid Force line of Level 2 and Level 3 Duty Holsters announce the new Swivel Drop Leg extension for the Rapid Force duty holster product line.

For law enforcement, military, or any professional wearing a chest rig or vest, fully geared up, the drop leg holster system is a necessary carry method, and the new Alien Gear Swivel Drop Leg extension is the latest addition to their growing line of QDS (quick disconnect system) products.

Alien Gear Tactical Drop Leg Holster

Made from a high-impact strength, polymer blend, the Swivel Drop Leg is a single-strap, Quick Disconnect System, drop leg holster extension that uses a swivel design to move in tandem with the wearer’s leg.

With its minimalistic design, it is just as rugged and “built like a tank” as any of the other Rapid Force gear. The innovative movement system allows for a new range of movement, increasing overall mobility without sacrificing security.

Alien Gear Tactical Drop Leg Holster

The Swivel Drop Leg extension covers less leg space and an easy reach for a secure draw and re-holster. It offers an adjustable ride height for low, middle, and high and works with the Alien Gear Locking Belt Slide and other QDS mounts.

The Rapid Force Swivel Drop Leg system functions seamlessly with the Rapid Force LVL 2 Slim Holster and the Level 2 and 3 Rapid Force Duty Holster.

For officers and tactical operators, our new Swivel Drop Leg extension increases carry options by allowing the user to maintain consistency throughout our holster system,” Joe Lienemann, Director of Law Enforcement Sales for Alien Gear Holsters, said. “When the situation calls for it and the training kicks in, the operator can safely rely on our platforms for their performance, ruggedness, and durability, and focus on the mission at hand, instead of worrying about his gear.”

Alien Gear Swivel Drop Leg MSRP $129.88.

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