Who makes this rig?

6point5guy

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this is a picture of Bradley Cooper and Scott Reitz. Scott is the guy that trained Bradley to look and act like a scout sniper for the American Sniper movie. Does anyone know who made the pistol holster that Scott is wearing? The whole system. It looks like a rig that would securely hold one of my Staccato’s.

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Depending on where the guy in the left came from, that rig could have been an entirely custom fit/setup for him
 

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Edit to add the drop leg actually looks like a Blackhawk
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    That entire rig would suck mega dick (for multiple reasons BEYOND the Blackhawk holster)... Carry on here.

    ETA, Cooper was playing the part of a seal sniper in that movie (which I've not seen), not a scout sniper (USMC)... Carry on again.
     
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    Annex Defense

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    If you want a much better designed holster with less chance of perforating your femoral artery, check out the duty-rigs (usually the ALS and SLS series) holsters from Safariland that are configured with the thigh adapter and strap.

    It’s the go-to amongst most serious guys that need weapon retention when hands-on but also need the weapon to ride below a plate carrier and not impede movement or draw.

    Safariland’s Holster Finder on their site allows you to filter by “carry type” (thigh or leg) and then by pistol; not a bad way to see what’s out there.
     
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