I’ll be posting about many of the great folks we met out at the Legion Firearms Proving Grounds Range Day at Best of the West range in Liberty Hill, Texas! We had an awesome time shooting and seeing some sweet gear from really innovative companies! Thanks to everyone that came out!
One of the sponsors of the range day was Off The Grid Concepts LLC, a custom kydex manufacturer from San Diego. I was impressed with their attention to detail on all their products, but especially their new ADR concealment holster. Here’s a bit of detail from their Facebook page:
After nearly 7 months of experimenting and trials we are proud to unveil the Prototype for the OTG ADR (Adaptable Draw Rig):
The ADR is designed to be a master at concealability. It is as low profile as a full function holster can get. The ADR features a optional full sweat guard and a full muzzle guard standard (pictured is a g19).
• Ability to fit all 9/40 Glocks from 26-34 in one holster
• M&P 1911 Sig and XD models to follow
• Rotating swing arm up to 35* degrees for maximum comfort even while seated
• Ability to re-holster without cumbersome and awkward task of removing holster
• Adaptable ride height with included hardware
• Adjustable retension screws
• Quick connect belt loops means no fumbling with buttons and snaps
• Ability to shoot and re-holster without fear of hot muzzle
• Full sweat shield option to keep the gun from sweat and protect the finish of the weapon
• Covers front sight blade and prevents snagging and cutting holes into your clothing
• Immediate ship times upon product release.
• Priced at $60 for non sweat guard and $65 for sweat guard version. Bundled with iwb/owb QD mag carrier for $100
• Designed with assistance from many real world operators.
• Industry leading customer service.
They also do standard holsters and knife sheaths, as well as offer rifle mag holders, karambit knives, tshirts and patches. I heard they are doing a kydex smartphone belt sheath too, that sounds pretty awesome.
Here’s the video interview, sorry the firing line steps on the audio a bit… but the demos are good:
Pretty good stuff. Love to put one on one day… These are looking Punchy!
Here’s some photos from the Range day, and a few from them: