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Drop leg panel by Bulle for carrying subloads on the leg. The drop leg panel is a versatile way of carrying anything from a pistol and pistol magazines to extra rifle magazines, utility pouches or canteens. The drop leg panel is of multi-layer construction, and consists of a layer of semi-rigid plastic for stability and a layer of foam against the leg, fully enclosed in 1000 denier Cordura and edged with mil-spec narrow webbing. The panel is shaped towards the top to prevent chafing towards the groin and buttock area. Three PALS MOLLE cross webbing is provided across the front of the panel, and this is triple stitched straight through all the layers of the panel. The rear of the panel has two rubberised strips for better grip on the leg when worn. The panel is attached to the bottom of a vest or duty belt by means of two adjustable straps mounted on quick release buckles and it attaches around either the left or right leg by means of two elasticated, adjustable straps which may be opened for either left or right leg by means of two quick release buckles. Please note that the price is for ONE leg panel only.
View of rear of drop leg panel showing the double quick release buckles on the thigh straps, enabling the pouch to be worn on the left or right leg.
Example of one use for the drop leg panel, with holster and two magazine pouches.
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