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The bag looks good, But I like the leg holster for the pin pointer. Anyone have a clue what they cost?

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It is listed on their site and I would say before too long will be available in the US market.

 

 

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   Check Amazon for led holsters! You can find all different styles there, anf probably cheaper!👍👍

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