Ruger SR9c ShapeShift Drop Leg Holster
Ruger SR9c Drop Leg Holster
This product does not include Mag Buckets.
Trying to find a Ruger SR9c drop leg holster isn't likely the easiest task in the world, mostly because most holster companies don't bother with making one for a pistol that isn't from a certain Austrian maker that shall remain nameless.
The idea is that there's no point in having an SR9C leg holster because it isn't "tactical enough." But there are far more uses for a leg holster than just "tactical" uses.
A Ruger SR9C drop thigh holster is very useful for open carry around the house, at the range, or in the outdoors as many people carry openly on trails and in the backcountry. Why shouldn't you be able to carry your pistol as you see fit?
Alien Gear thinks you should be able to, which is why we have devised the Ruger SR9C thigh holster for use with either the Cloak Mod or ShapeShift holster systems.
Don't worry about the fit. Unlike many other drop thigh holsters, the Cloak Mod or ShapeShift is precisely molded to fit only this make and model of pistol. You don't have to rely on an active retention device to keep it holstered, as the passive retention can be dialed in to the exact setting you desire.
However, the ShapeShift can be equipped with an active retention device if desired for full Level II retention.
Given the modularity of Alien Gear designs, the uses don't stop with just the drop leg holster for your Ruger SR9c. Both the ShapeShift and Cloak Mod holster can be worn on the beltline with either a belt slide or paddle holster attachment, and are compatible with the Cloak Dock OWB Holster or the ShapeShift holster dock.
Wondering if it will be for you? Take the first 30 days of ownership to wear your Ruger SR9C drop leg holster and see if it's up to your satisfaction. If it's not, return before the end of that time for a full refund.
We also guarantee your thigh rig for life, against all defects or damage. Any issue will get fixed or we send you a brand new one.
Why bother with any more legwork finding substandard thigh holsters?