Alien Gear unveils Rapid Force Duty Holster
Alien Gear Holsters has announced the Rapid Force Duty Holster, designed with “direct input from active law enforcement officers and military veterans.”
Gross motor skills are involved in movement and co-ordination of the arms, legs, and other large body parts and movements, the company explains. “When operating in high-risk, high-stress environments, these gross motor skills and movements become key to survival,” it continues. The Rapid Force Duty Holster has integrated a patent-pending GMR (Gross Motor Response) Technology retention system, enabling officers to “minimize the chance of operator error under stress.” The holsters are made in the U.S. and include a 30 day test drive.