I am lucky if I am wearing a backpack – just secure a holster to the strap and you can dig. But there are times when I am walking without the backpack and don’t know what to do with my pinpointer. Here are 2 perfect ways to attach the device.
This way to attach the pinpointer is great, really convenient. You need only a waist-belt as the thigh holster won’t be held up without it. Plus there is an extra pocket for carrying a knife, I also usually don’t know what to do with the latter – so that it both doesn’t disturb and is always readily available.
It’s doubtful how universal that particular holster is for different pinpointers. The chubby Minelab Pro-Find 25 won’t fit into this one, however, – till the end of it. And this is bad as it may drop out of the holster. And also, there may be a spontaneous ‘pressing’ of buttons on the Pro-Find 25.
This holster has one disadvantage: its price starts from $40 (rather expensive). If you happen to come across a cheap tactical drop-leg holster, you can simply attach your pinpointer holster to it.