Incapacitant Spray Holder

Peter Jones (ILG)Ltd Stand: J30

Designed, developed and tested by Officer Safety Trainers and
operational officers and made from high-quality leather and durable nylon mouldings. It can be worn either side of the body for left- or right-handed operation and offers secure protection and hands-free carrying for incapacitant spray canisters.

Our Incapacitant Spray Holders feature:

  • High-quality, long lasting leather retaining strap;
  • Robust nylon canister pot with textured surface for secure hand grip;
  • Removable lanyard for keeping the spray pot safely close to the body, if accidentally dropped;
  • Interchangeable pots to suit a selection of canister diameters and lengths;
  • 360°rotation with 12 position ratchet to enable adjustable positioning for comfort and ease of access;
  • Quick and easy withdrawal and secure relocation of spray;
  • Pot containing spray canister that can be quickly detached for end of shift storage.

Mounting Options

  • Belt Loop on the rear to suit 50mm or 55mm belt widths;
  • Webbing straps and two press studs on the rear allow secure and easy attachment to MOLLE Loop system;
  • KLICK FAST Connector on rear allows secure mounting to any KLICK FAST Dock attached to clothing, belts or body armour.

Alternative Holders

  • Fixed-position, non-rotating holders for mounting on either left or right side of the body;
  • Dropped Position - Canister pot sits 110mm
  • below belt for improved access when wearing long body armour;
  • Non-Leather Material - Holder is made from a
  • combination of strong, recyclable nylon and thermoplastic elastomer - for those preferring a leather-free option
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