Conterra Trauma Pro EMS/Radio Holster
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(Contents not included) The Trauma Pro is one of Conterra's most popular products. It was specifically designed for EMS professionals, but its versatility has created a demand for it from law enforcement to the petrochemical industry. The Trauma Pro features a unique combination of scuba web, ballistics nylon, and Velcro to provide you with a strong, workable EMS holster. A specially designed friction plate behind the glove pouch holds trauma shears without fumbling with snaps or threaded loops. The expanding glove pouch is large enough to hold different combinations of latex gloves, towelettes, and even a minilight head band. The Trauma Pro has a main pocket that adjusts to hold any radio or cell phone made, (no more radios in your back pocket) and will close flat to your body when a radio is not carried. New this year is the Trauma Pros ability to adjust up and down to accommodate today's smaller radios. Small open top pockets on each side of the holster hold your minilight, pen or window punch. Why clutter up your belt when one holster does it all? Color: BLACK Weight:3.8oz
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-More than enough pockets to carry what you need.
-Secure and a good size.
-You may have to remove your radio's clip so it can fit (not really a draw back, more of an annoyance really).
-Shears never really feel secure, "friction plate" doesn't really seem to do it's job to well.