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After using a drop leg I will only use a drop leg. Fast draw, comfortable, easy to draw prone, not in the way of any other movements.
 

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I've used a drop leg for a long time now, it's alright, but I really don't like my pistol swaying around when it's on my leg during a dead sprint. I just purchased a Blackahawk 1911 Serpa holster, should be here in the upcoming week. I will update then.
 

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For a suppressed pistol, I would recommend either a holster that you can attach to a MOLLE vest or a hip holster. If you use a drop leg, you'll have restricted movement with that leg.
 

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I use a dropleg holster that I got for free as the drop side of things was broken :)
It was adapted to fit as a hip holster.
For the suppressor side of it I just cut the bottom so it would fit through and put a stitch in to prevent it all falling appart.
 

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I use a dropleg holster that I got for free as the drop side of things was broken :)
It was adapted to fit as a hip holster.
For the suppressor side of it I just cut the bottom so it would fit through and put a stitch in to prevent it all falling appart.
That's kind of what I was envisioning. Maybe make a tube out of nylon to cover the suppressor and keep it from breaking off.
 

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I use to run a universal leg holster but I lost a couple of pistol magazines that way. I've switched to a Serpa holster now that's mounted to my vest. It's a bit hard to draw in the prone but otherwise it's quick and I haven't lost a magazine for it yet.
 
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