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Tornado Tactical Leg Holster Coyote Adjustable for Every Weapon

Condor Outdoor Products, Inc.
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This next generation leg holster is fully adjustable for every weapon size from a standard sidearm to a handgun with a laser or light attached! Drop down belt attachment allows you to get the sidearm below the stock of your rifle. Hook-and-loop adjusts the snap thumb break and height of carry.

The diameter of the holster also adjusts to accommodate any wide or tall guns and allows a snug fit when the light or laser is removed. Also features a spare magazine pouch, and non-slip backing to keep the rig snug on your thigh. Rugged, flexible, and adaptable; the last word in tactical leg holster design.

Available in right hand only. Colors available are:
ZAA-017 - Coyote
ZAA-018 - Army Digital
ZAA-019 - MultiCam
ZAA-026 - Black
ZAA-027 - Green 
Total number of Reviews: 12

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5.0 5
"My apologies, just a correction to the maximum length of the leg straps. In my previous review I said it would expand out to approximately 21 inches. The straps are actually able to expand out to approximately 26 inches."
5.0 5
"Quality holster; material and stitching are great. Fit it to my P229 and fits as if it were made specifically for my pistol; quick and easy to adjust. This holster is indeed universal for semi-auto pistols fitting small to large sizes, but not sure if it will accommodate large size revolvers if that's what you're looking to do. Mag pouch on the front is not removable, but it's perfect for a lockback knife or a tac-flashlight. One complaint and it seems to be common, the belt strap Velcro does rub together (hook-on-hook), but can be easily remedied by purchasing some Velcro patches at an arts/crafts store. For those with large thighs the leg straps do expand out to 21 inches (+/- 1\"). For the quality at this price I definitely would recommend this product to others looking for a thigh holster."
3.0 5
"I bought this last summer and loved it. It is still being used but I noticed some of the stiching is coming loose. but not in a critical area. I would probable buy a different holster next time. I would recomend it for Alqaida but not to my friends or family."
5.0 5
"Works great with my 1911 Caspian pistol. No problems in the fight or when just walking around on patrols."
5.0 5
"I bought one in black and order this one for a military buddy of mine. This holster is the best drog rig I have come across and will fit any full size hand gun with or without light that you can have. 9mm Beretta, Glock 21, or 1911....has fit them all and with lights attached."
5.0 5
"G R E A T leg rig. If you have 2+ pistols, dont think, just click add to cart. EZ adjust and will fit a ton of sizes with or without lights. My buds with their Safariland and Blackhawk rig were jealous. Pistol is held in place (I run obstacles with it without a problem) and the soft outside has proven more reliable than the hard sided leg rigs.Thank you CTD for the fast shipping and this great rig."
5.0 5
"Based on other reviews I purchased this holster for an HK USP 45F with an LEM, adjustable tritium sights, hogue rubber grips and a Streamlight TLR-1 on a GG&G adaptor. This handgun and especially this setup represents one of the larger service handguns in service. Safariland makes a holster for the USP 45F with LEM and a dated X200 Surefire weapon light but this particular setup was still too large due to the higher than stock tritium sights. This holster opened up to it's maximum capacity is able to solidly contain the weapon and allow for quick drawl and re-insertion with relative ease. The holster is very adjustable and relies upon numerous hook and look interlocking tabs for an ultimate fit and lock once setup. I highly recommend this holster for it's flexibility and quality. The quality of the material and stitching is on par or slightly better than Blackhawk nylon tactical thigh holsters. The retaining strap has a button and can either be single or dual captured with the velcro for extra security. Both thigh straps and the belt strap are adjustable in length.FIVE STARS!"
4.0 5
"Only reason im writing this review is because I purchased this for my Desert Eagle MK XIX .44 and I could not find a review stating that this holster would fit a DE. well.. it does. a couple small issues.. the velcro on the drop makes noise (other reviews state this as well) and my 6\" barrel sticks out about an inch and a half out of the bottom of the holster. There is a barrel catcher in it but the DE is to large to allow this to work. I am going to have to mod the holster a bit to have a barrel catch on it. Great Holster.. most people wont want to carry around a 6 pound gun on their leg like me so this thing should be A+ for anyone looking for an awesome thigh holster. And those who have DE's well... dont get to picky, this is prob your best thigh holster option at a killer price."
4.0 5
"This is a great holster for the price. I've used it on 2 different guns, an FN FNP-9 and my new Sig P226 Tac Ops. It fits them both, with a little adjustment. The coyote Tan is more green than I wanted, so I sprayed parts of it light Tan, to give it a two tone look.Drawing a weapon is smooth and easy. The top snap is light. I covered the inside of the top strap with leather to cover up the back of the snap. No more scratches on the slide."
1.0 5
"Extremely dissappointed with quality. I have had the holster for about 3 1/2 weeks before I even wore it. Took it out to the range to wear while sighting in my rifle. In less than ten minutes of wearing it, while walking back to my shooting position, I noticed my sidearm flopping around. The stitching on the retention strap came completely undone.Maybe I got a lemon, but Im planning on returning this holster.1 bullet."
1.0 5
"First up, the Coyote Tan fabric is really more of a magic color between OD Green and Coyote Tan. It does not look inherently bad or good, and would possibly blend well in brush. So, as long as you don't want/need this holster to match the rest of your tactical gear, the color is fine. If you do want a fabric match, seek another holster or spray paint it like one of the other reviewers. My first thought after opening the package was, \"Aww, they shipped the OD Green one.\" Upon closer inspection under different lighting, it appeared to be what one might call OD Mustard. Once I checked the numbers and labels and accepted the imperfect Coyote Green (or OD Tan) coloration I took a look at the mechanical aspects of the holster.I was excited to see so much Velcro and so many buckles. This holster had real potential to fit my weapon and accessory, and I expected it to live up to the reviews I had read. Sadly, after attaching my new Barska laser/light to the rail of my Glock 21sf and trying to configure the holster to fit the aforementioned weapon system my enthusiasm sharply declined.The main component of the holster, the part that wraps around the pistol and holds it in place, is one solid piece of reinforced fabric. It is well padded and stiff and seems like it would protect a pistol very well. Unfortunately, I cannot get a good fit for my Glock 21sf and Barska laser/light. I initially thought the problem was the volume of the laser/light (soon to be returned due to windage/elevation and heat issues), but even after removing the accessory, I cannot get a satisfactory fit for the pistol.I cannot make the holster thin enough to grip the pistol tightly without having issues with drawing and re-holstering. And if I relax the holster the pistol slides down as far as it can go making it difficult to retrieve when drawing is desired because your fingers close around padded fabric instead of a polymer grip. I have the same problem with my $5 Airsoft holster from Wal-Mart, but..."
3.0 5
"I like the holster for its price and the way it fit my pistol when I was playing around with it in front of a mirror. But I recently took a weekend course in firearms training and I had this set up for my CZ SP-01. I may have not had it adjusted correctly but my CZ fell out while I was doing a move and shoot drill where I had to drop to the ground to fire my AR. I got up, but my pistol stayed on the ground and one of buddies picked it up as he was behind me in the drill. That was a bit disturbing. Anyway, I have it home now to play around with it a bit more. It may have been my fault in that I didn't set it up correctly. It definitely is not something you want to use for quick draw situation."