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#1 NerfBeginner16

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Posted 03 February 2017 - 06:22 AM

Hey guys I am looking a site that sells nerf holsters and nerf gear and stuff. Not blastersmith I have had bad experiences whith them. So the name of a store from the usa would be a ton better. Or an online site or something. Just as long as it dosnt take 4 months like blastersmith uuuuuhhhhgggggg!!!


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#2 ToadBrews

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Posted 03 February 2017 - 07:24 AM

What kind of gear are you looking for? You said holsters, but do you want to run them on molle webbing, a regular belt, what? Do you want nylon/webbing gear or 3d printed parts?


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 08:54 AM

I want a holster that does not use a belt and just velcros around my leg/thigh or something. 


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 09:16 AM

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I want a holster that does not use a belt and just velcros around my leg/thigh or something. 

Thigh holsters rely on a belt to not slip down your leg and tangle up your foot. You could probably replace the belt loop with clips that hook into the top of your pants/shorts though. Apex Tactical makes several models of thigh holster and is based in the US. I just ordered some stuff from them and they shipped it the next day, so as long as you are in the lower 48 and order something they have marked as in stock it should only take a week or so to arrive.

 

http://www.bonanza.c...hs/apextactical

 

Alternately you could just buy the nerf brand zombie strike holster from amazon or whatever, it's low quality but easy to get and will fit different models, most custom gear is suited for a single model of blaster so the nerf brand one is perhaps better if you want to be able to switch between EG a Hammershot or a Stryfe for different game modes without switching holsters.


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 11:44 AM

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Personally, I like this holster. The price is a little bit high but it's worth it to pay for ethically-sourced materials and production. Altera also has extremely good customer service.

 

Toad is right. You can't just go with only velcro around the leg because it'll slide down your leg and you'll have to keep fixing it and it will be infuriating.


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 02:53 PM

Do you know any holsters that can fit more than one blaster? And where i could get that if it exists?


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 03:32 PM

Do you know any holsters that can fit more than one blaster? And where i could get that if it exists?

 

More than one at the same time? Or more then one depending on what you want at the moment? If you want more versatility I  would look less for a 'holster' and more at things like small messenger bags, fanny packs, etc. Get one the right size and it can hold 2 blasters at once, or switch between, and also have a pocket for ammo/batteries/magazines/flashlight etc. Or you could get a rigger's/framers belt and have a billion pockets at the expense of a heavier loadout. I run my stuff on a molle plate carrier/duty belt and I have both a specific hammershot holster and various sized pouches that can carry whatever I feel like using at the time, including switching from foam to airsoft. A lot of this depends on how much you want to spend. If you just want to spend $30 and be done with it, I'd buy a fanny pack and the nerf brand holster and call it a day. If you want to spend a little more, get a rigger's belt. If you want to really commit to the hobby, get some kind of modular system like a plate carrier or battle belt and buy specific holsters for each blaster you want to carry and then you can switch holsters in a minute or two since they're molle, plus some molle pouches for ammo and other trinkets.


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Posted 04 February 2017 - 08:35 AM

I do have a condor battle belt with a mag dump pouch. Know any holsters that can hold a hamershot that run on there?


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Posted 04 February 2017 - 08:30 PM

A condor battle belt is just like any other battle belt or duty belt, and any holster meant to fit over a 1.5in belt, or whatever size your belt is, will fit. There is no brand-specific system, so pretty much all holsters made for anything, including nerf, will fit. You're free to pick whatever has the specific features or price you want since you aren't really constrained by your existing gear.
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Posted 15 February 2017 - 12:07 PM

Look up gorilla tacticool on facebook. They do custom orders
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