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G-Code Holsters & Accessories, Eagle Industries
(Also See: G-Code RTI System)

Holsters:

Operational Series Holsters:

"G-CODE Operational Series holsters are one piece " Kydex custom molded for a weapon specific fit.  The custom molding process yields a trim holster with unmatched exactness and fit.  The "Pro-Safe" tensioning lets you adjust the pull to fit your needs while allowing an unimpeded firing grip for a faster draw."

Note: An RTI Variant of this holder is also available. (Also See: G-Code RTI System)

•  Light weight and low profile.
•  Custom molded for a weapon specific fit.
•  All Operational Series holsters are interchangeable with other G-CODE mounting platforms. 
•  Lifetime Guarantee

All Holsters Are Offered in Left or Right Handed Variants.
Most Holsters Are Available In: Black, Olive Drab, Tan, Foliage

Holsters Molded for the following Weapons:

  • Glock 19, 23, 32, 36
  • Glock 17, 17L, 22, 31, 24
  • Glock 26, 27, 33
  • Glock 20, 21
  • Glock 29, 30
  • Glock 34, 35
  • Beretta 92 FS and variants
  • SIG PRO
  • Beretta 92G - Brigadier
  • EAA Witness
  • Govt. Full Size (5” barrel)
  • Gov't Full Size (5" barrel) with rail
  • Compact (4” barrel)
  • Gov't Compact (4" barrel) with rail
  • Ultra Compact (” barrel)
  • Gov't Ultra Compact (" barrel) with rail
  • USP Full Size
  • Sig /
  • Sig / W/WO Rail

GH RTI Holsters (Also See: G-Code RTI System):

"The G-CODE GH series holsters are made of two pieces of " Kydex custom molded to fit a specific weapon.  The custom molding process yields a trim holster with unmatched exactness of fit and tolerance.  "Pro-Safe" tensioning lets you  adjust the pull to fit your needs while allowing an unimpeded firing grip for a faster draw.  The RTI Weapon Mount gives you the capability to instantly switch your holster to any RTI Wheel platform."

•  The GH series holster is interchangeable with other G-CODE™ mounting platforms
•  Light weight and low profile
•  Lifetime Guarantee

All Holsters Are Offered in Left or Right Handed Variants.
Most Holsters Are Available In: Black, Olive Drab, Tan, Foliage

Holsters Exist for the following Weapons:

  • Glock 19, 23, 32, 36
  • Glock 17, 17L, 22, 31, 34, 35, 24
  • Glock 26, 27, 33
  • Glock 20, 21
  • Glock 29, 30
  • Beretta 92 FS and variants
  • Glock 29, 30
  • Govt. Full Size (5"), Compact (4"), or Ultra Compact (” barrel)
  • HK USP 9mm & cal USP models
  • Makarov and variants
  • SIG and other Sig Models
  • Springfield XD 9mm
  • HK USP cal. Models
  • Springfield XD 4" and 5" &
  • Springfield XD 3" COMPACT 9mm

Mag Carriers:

The G-CODE Single or Double Magazine Carrier is made of custom molded Kydex® and is equipped with pro-safe tensioning that allows you to adjust magazine pull.  It comes with a 4-position Belt Loop attachment allowing you to position your magazine high, low, canted, or horizontal.  A 2-position Waist Band retainer clip enables you to mount your Single Mag Carrier vertically or canted.

Most Carriers Are Available In: Black, Olive Drab, Tan, Foliage

•  Ambidextrous Design
•  Lifetime Guarantee

Single Mag Carriers Exist for the Following Magazines:

  • cal
  • Glock 9mm/ cal/ sig
  • 9mm/ cal Double Stack
  • Glock cal/10mm Double Stack/HK USP

Double Mag Carriers Exist for the Following Magazines:

  • 9mm/ cal Double Stack
  • Glock /10mm Double Stack
  • Glock 9mm/ cal/ sig
  • cal
  • USP Full Size
  • 9x18 and single stack

 

(Also See: G-Code RTI System)

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G-Code Holster Mounts

The G-code Rapid Transition Interface (RTI) is the lowest profile and quickest transitional mounting system on the market. One holster, sheath, or other piece of gear, multiple locations, quick transitions, and unparalleled precision makes this setup extremely popular. Try the RTI System, and you'll never look back.

The G-code Rapid Transition Interface (RTI) wheel works perfectly with any G-Code Kydex Holster, or any DIY holster or sheath with an appropriate RTI hanger mount. This RTI wheel gives you the freedom to mount your holster anywhere you want, whether it be next to your bed or inside of your car. The RTI Wheel can be rotated to all 12 points on a clock face.

Available as a Screw Mount Wheel Receptacle, Belt Slide, or Molle Claw. Hangers are also available for right hand users. 

The RTI hanger on the holster slides into, then locks in place in the Wheel Receptacle with a sliding bar lock. (See pictures or click on the video tab above to see how it works).

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Here's a quick video on the RTI system:

Video

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Very few things get me as excited when it comes to survival gear, as a piece of good quality kit that allows me to easily use something for multiple applications. I’ve been looking for a good modular holster system for quite awhile, now my search is over.

Personal Experience

When I work, I am often confronted with having to move my pistol and magazine holster position around. Sometimes I’ll be riding in a tight configuration in a vehicle and like to mount my pistol on my chest.

When I’m walking around using a cover shirt, I like to have my pistol and magazines on my waist, attached to my belt. Every now and then I’ll find myself wearing something that doesn’t necessarily have the capacity to accept a traditional western style belt but I still want to have my pistol on my hip (which is where, from my muscle memory and training, I like to find it located unless not physically feasible) and I’ll need to go to paddle holsters.

Different Configurations

If I’m configured heavier and wearing H-Gear/Web Gear (which is a more traditional method U.S. Warfighters have used for a number of years, to carry 2nd line gear or the combat equivalent of second tier gear) or a modular/padded tactical rig, I like to have my weapon mounted to that, since if it’s underneath there’s no way I can get to my pistol quickly should I need it.

To See Full Size Pic of System w/ holsters (click here)
To See Full Size Pic of System without holsters (click here)

Other Options

I looked at the Blade-Tech system and thought it had some possibilities but I couldn’t quite seem to wrap my head (or wallet) around how their system worked and whether it would have a wide enough application to work for me.

I have yet to try it, but looking at the web-site it seemed a bit expensive on the front end and limited in application for what I ultimately wanted to do. Then I saw the Blackhawk system and initially it seemed to encompass the capabilities I was looking for in a modular system to fulfill, as well as being reasonably priced.

Since one of the holsters I had available was the Blackhawk SERPA CQC, I ordered a No products found.SERPA quick disconnect system. I’m not quite sure what SERPA stands for but it’s apparently the chosen name for Blackhawk’s particular version of a locking holster system.

At first it seemed to be able to do what I wanted but I had a few complaints. It was a bit bulky, heavy and not quite as low profile as I wanted for concealed carry under a cover shirt. It also required two hands to operate the quick disconnect, which wasn’t ideal for me since I often had to juggle other gear (primary weapon) in my hands or sometimes even…. a cup of coffee (for early morning or late night ops).

Having to set your gear down on the ground while trying to reconfigure, sucks. My other complaint was that I couldn’t use my Blade-Tech holsters that I preferred and was forced to use the Blackhawk SERPA holsters with the Blackhawk quick disconnect/modular system. The SERPA holsters aren’t bad but not my first choice for a quick draw piece of kit (I hate stressing out about hitting the release button on the holster just right when I need my pistol “NOW”).

During one of my last work-trips I was co-located with some folks who were using a modular system called G-Code by Range 5/Edge Works. Apparently these guys were the first to design this type of modular system and after Blackhawk President Mike Noell visited their production facilities, he created his version of their concept.

My Opinion

In my opinion he (Mike Noell) took it a different direction than the original G-Code design and adds some variety to the market, however my No products found. is now on the shelf collecting dust and I have completely switched out my rigs (including my BOB kit) to the G-Code platform.

The G-Code/EdgeWorks holster system has been an amazing addition to my kit. Although it’s something I use primarily for work, I also rigged up my BOB (Bug-Out-Bag) with an RTI Wheel (RTI = Rapid Transition Interface) so I could attach my pistol and/or an extra magazine carrier depending on the situation.  Eventually I may attach an RTI Wheel to my vehicle and under my desk as well.

I really like the low profile, strength and lightness of the Edgeworks system. It is a true quick connect/disconnect system and can be rapidly manipulated using only one hand.

Their kydex holsters are great too and I went ahead and ordered an OSH RTI Holster to see if it was comparable to the Blade-Techs I have been using for years. I was very happy with the quality and if I could have traded in my Blade-Tech holsters I would have done it immediately.

The company offers a “Tactical Fuzz” option on their kydex holsters that has a felt type covering on the outside and cuts down on sounds that result in other gear, zippers or anything loose, from banging against the hard plastic. In addition to the above, I found that their customer service is top notch and they were extremely helpful in making sure I had the right tools to accomplish my mission.

I own several handguns and a number of holsters. I have accumulated them over the years and hate to think of anything going to waste or having to buy more and taking up space. I was excited to find out from the Range 5 folks that I could add an RTI hanger to my Blade-Tech holsters and/or my SERPA holsters  to use them with their system.

I ordered extra RTI wheels and was able to attach them to the paddle holster mounts I already owned from Blackhawk (so I didn’t need to order more), it wasn’t perfect but secure and functional.

The screw holes didn’t seem to match up as well with the Blade-Tech paddle holster mounts so I didn’t bother since I already had two of the BlackHawk paddles. I wasn’t able to attach the wheels directly to my Blade-Tech Tech-Lok holster mounts so I got some extra kydex sheets and cut them to the same dimensions as the G-Code RTI wheels, drilled mounting holes and then mounted them that way.

I also ordered an RTI Molle Adapter so I could swap out magazine carriers on my belt system (I currently use an X-Belt PS from C-Toms) and a G-Code/Edgeworks RTI Duty Belt Slide for my pistol holster.

Overall

All in all I think it’s a great system. I would prefer to have just gotten everything from G-Code/Edgeworks instead of having to Frankenstein my kit together but at the end of the day I am limited in funds and also enjoy working out gear issues and innovating when possible.

One important thing to note is that like with all ‘hard use’ kit, you will want to make sure to Loctite your screws in place and then check them for tightness every now and then.

I will never forget having a Blade-Tech holster system literally fall apart on me halfway through an intense shooting course about 10 years ago. It was my fault for not checking the tightness of the screws and thread lockingthem in place. The last thing you want in a survival situation is to have your gear fail.

All Photos by: Scott of SurvivalCache.com

Watch This Excellent Video of a G-Code Holster Review



Written by Joel Jefferson

Joel is one of the original founders of SurvivalCache.com. After college, he joined the USMC where he served as an () Marine Infantry Officer. Joel is an avid outdoorsman and spends much of his free time in the mountains. Joel’s hobby is researching survival gear & weapons as well as prepping. Read his full interview here. Read more of Joel's articles.

Sours: https://survivalcache.com/survival-gear-review-g-code-modular-holster-review/
G-Code RTI Mounting System - Universal Mobile Sheath/Holster Attachment

G-Code has developed an RTI based Velcro holster solution for mounting in your car. If you’re unfamiliar with the RTI system, it is a method of attaching a holster to multiple different carry platforms. They have MOLLE, war belt, tactical belt, drop leg, and more so that one holster can be easily mounted to any of your gear. In addition to G-Code other companies like Safariland also support RTI mounting.

What you get

RTI Wheel mounted on Hook pad secured to the loop backer under steering column.

Included in the kit is an adhesive panel that is attached to any flat surface such as a vehicle or under a desk. Next, is the hook-backed pad with RTI wheel. This combo gives you a secure yet removable mounting platform for the holster of your choice. The holster itself can be removed from the RTI wheel and secured to your belt when leaving the car or the entire hook backed pad can be pulled off and stored out of site.

Does it Stay?

Right after Shot Show we got with G-Code to send us the RTI Vehicle Mounting System for review. My goal had been to release this review months ago until I talked to a friend. In his infinite

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wisdom, he told me it would never work due to the high temperatures of summer and the types of extreme heat reached inside a closed up vehicle in the sun. The review was delayed so the challenge could be accepted.

The RTI vehicle kit has been installed in my car for seven months now. My car sits in a driveway in full sun with external temperatures of degrees regularly. In all this time I have not seen the adhesive separate at all.

Mounting

The process of mounting the adhesive backed loop pad is simple. Find the desired spot, clean the spot and stick. The hardest part for most of us will be locating the perfect mounting position.

G-Code-RTI-Car-Kit- - 11I picked just below the steering column. Be careful with this area, as you will want to make sure that the firearm will easily clear the holster without hitting an obstruction like the steering wheel. I wanted to place it on the side of my center console but the shape of my console did not allow for it due to curves and grooves that would affect the adhesive’s grip.

Another thing to note is that you may need an alternate handed holster based on your mounting. While I am right handed, in my car, a left handed holster worked best to draw the pistol.

Why do I want this?

Some of us spend hours driving from location to location. Unfortunately, for many the placement of seatbelts are not conducive to an efficient handgun draw for some on the common body carry positions.

For longer drives, I also find the ability to remove the holster and mount it within reach makes for a much more comfortable trip. Lastly, for dropping my kid off at school, it’s an easy place to ditch my gun to stay compliant.

It can be pulled out without interference but has not ever become unsecured even under "evasive" driving.

G-Code

You can’t go wrong with a G-code holster. My first “real” holster was a G-code Incog. That Incog has held up for years. Though the guns that have gone in it have changed and evolved my G19 Incog still has a place. G-code is made in America and is veteran owned. The people that build and sell their gear are people that know combat and carry the gear they produce.

They have developed a wide selection of holsters compatible with the RTI system. From active retention holsters to those more common in civilian markets they make holsters that cover a broad range of firearms and carry methods. Not to mention they work close with people like Travis Haley to continually evolve their product.

Conclusion

If off body carry in your car, office or another location is something that interests you then consider looking into the G-Code car mounting options. We tend to stay away from off body carry as a recommendation, but there can be a time and place for it. Of all the solutions that have walked through our door, this is the first we are publishing a review for. The reason is it is the first product of it’s kind that has held up to our testing and offers an actual advantage to it’s use. You can purchase the kit for your local G-code dealer or direct online here: http://www.tacticalholsters.com/product/GSGhtml

The kit retails for $ for everything you need except the holster. OSH holsters start as low as $

Sours: https://gatdaily.com/car-carry-g-code-rti-vehicle-mounting-system-review/

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