Spyder TL Plus
Boo Yaah E-LCD
AKALMP Lightning Bolt
ACI Six Stage Expansion Chamber
Shocktech Spyder LPC
Dead On Pro Drop Forward, JCS Voodoo Folding Combat Stock, Harris Bi-Pod
Gas and Magazine Compartments
When I first bought my Zeus R.I.S. a year ago, I started to look for a holster that looked good and actually would give my Zeus a good fit. Every holster that I found looked flimsy and made from very cheap quality materials. Eventually I found Cops911.com. Its a tactical and scenario paintball/airsoft online store. They have great products many of which I bought. One of these was the Cops911 Eliminator Tactical Holster.
To start, the holster is extremely durable and made from tough material. In fact It should take a few hard hits with out any wear or tear what so ever. Along with the actual holster the straps are also worth noticing. There are two leg straps and one belt extension made thick nylon that make a nice snug fit; it actually feels as though its apart of your leg (no bouncing around when running). I have the snap closure type and it works like a charm. Its very fast upon opening and reliable when closing (no popping out or second attempts on closing it). There are also Quick Release Buckles, Cover Flaps, and Thumb Breaks (its mainly on preference on this because they all work).
As for the extra compartments, I couldn't have asked for more. My pistol is usually my backup and I don't need dozens of CO2 cartridges or cigar tubes. I just need enough so I can fix my primary weapon, so the extra magazine and small CO2 cartridge flap was exactly what I needed (Im sure many would agree with me). The actual holster comes in many designs (Strait Black, Desert Camo, Classic Camo, Army green, Super Camo which is primarily used for hunting and is made from many details that blend in with the environment, and also custom designs) which can be chosen with no extra charge while the Super Camo and the Desert Camo are two extra dollars and Im sure there's a extra charge for the custom design.
I recently bought a .68 Delta since the Zeus was pulled out of the market. With that purchase I immediately got another one of these holsters. They come in left and right handed styles for those of you who want to go Matrix style with six pairs of pistols. I bought a right handed at the start and then another right handed and a left handed when I bought the .68 Delta (the extra right is for my girlfriend if she wants to use a pistol). Oh and did i mention the warranty...for life baby!!!
The only problem with the holster though has got to be the price. At 48.95 a hit they are definitely a holster that your not going to want to loose. But with the quality and excellent warranty the price is all worth it.
Unbelievable product. I cant think of anything else that this would need. Only problem is the price but that is out weighed by the quality and warranty. With out a doubt, the last holster that you will ever buy. Recommended to anyone with the cash to get it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, April 29th, 2004 at 6:06 pm PST
thumb break wont snap if left cocked. im sure he fix if specified when purchasing.
I love this holster!!! i've used at least 10 times and it is wonderful!
Eliminator Tactical Holster
Holds (1) Magazine, (3) Co2 Cartridges.
Built to Last
Left or Right Handed, your Choice of Colors
Choose from Snap Closure, Cover Flap, Quick Release Buckle, or Thumb Break Lifetime Workmanship Warranty MADE IN USA !!!!!
I have the thumb break verson. it's quick, snug, and has never come loose. I also got it in camo.
I use my G2 as a secondary weapon, so i keep it in the holdter on my right leg. I've done a ton a sliding around on the ground and it's never popped open, and has done a great job of protectiong my pistol from dirt and dammage!
Great holster! worth the money!! The guy who makes them can coustom make it to fit almost any need!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 21st, 2003 at 1:23 pm PST
Being my first and second gun, the Core ZX pistols are both stock with no upgrades.
Method of attachment
Pocket for extra magazine holds well.
Fits gun w/o closing strap.
Who thought of the stupid snap attachment? Velcro would have worked better.
WHY I CHOSE THIS HOLSTER?
I didn't really choose it. It came with the Ronin Tactical holster when I bought my Core ZX pistol. I wanted to test the two out before getting myself a left hand one for my twin pistol.
THE GOOD STUFF:
It's rugged good quality material. It straps on very well. Compared to the Ronin Gear Tactical Holster, this Cops911 kicks butt. The straps attach well. It's easy to put on.
THE BAD STUFF:
When you're out there on the field in a war zone, you don't want to have to look down and look where the button snap thing is to hold your gun in place. A velcro strap would be much more effective. Look for the Ronin (Core) Gear Tactical Paintball Pistol for a better method of attachment. This Cops911 Eliminator holster however is deep enough and sized well to hold the gun in place perhaps w/o the strap. I haven't used it in play yet so I don't know for sure. The place to hold co2 cartridges are spaced too close together. I see 4 spots, but I think it only fits 3. There's no space to store 10-round tubes, so I pop those in my camo cargo pants pocket. I wish there was room on the holster though, but I guess that would make it maybe too bulky.
The button attachment method is the only thing I hate about this. I might have to paste on my own velcro. Other than that, it's a perfect holster if you can manage to find a place for 10-round tubes in your pants, shirt or vest pocket.