Out of this World?… NEW Alien Gear Rapid Force Level 3 Duty Holster V3

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

The new Alien Gear Rapid Force Level 3 Duty Holster V3 is here and looks to be a pretty elaborate duty holster, but how does it stack up?… It currently is set up to accept red dot equipped handguns as well as those donning a weapon light. At the moment, they are available for SIG Sauer handguns with more manufacturers and models in the pipeline slated for later this year.

“Introducing our highly anticipated V3 holster, meticulously crafted to accommodate Sig Sauer (Available Now), Glock (Shipping Mid-April), and S&W (Coming Soon) firearms.” – Alien Gear

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The most affordable iteration of the Alien Gear Rapid Force Level 3 Duty Holster V3 – since it is a system that can be built out in numerous ways – has a retail price of $149.88 and it only goes up from there. Depending on if you want it to be AXON compatible (camera compatible), red dot ready, weapon light compatible, and other characteristics, the price can vary quite a bit.

  • SEAMLESS AXON INTEGRATION (optional): Features an innovative, first-of-its-kind, fully built-in AXON SIGNAL SIDEARM mount that eliminates extra brackets, snagging, and bulk, all while maximizing camera activation for optimal response in critical scenarios.
  • MAXIMUM TRIGGER GUARD PROTECTION: Engineered to accommodate large weapon-mounted lights for enhanced security without compromising on accessibility.
  • REMOVABLE OPTICS HOOD: Equipped with an extra-large, high-impact polymer hood to protect closed emitters and large optics.

Designed with law enforcement’s evolving needs in mind, the V3 sets new standards in duty holster performance.

Experience Advanced Security and Efficiency with the Rapid Force Level 3 Duty Holster V3.

Elevate your tactical gear with the latest innovation in duty holster technology. Designed to meet the dynamic needs of law enforcement, military, and security professionals, the V3 is more than just a holster – it’s a revolution in performance and reliability.

There are a lot of duty holsters out on the market today, and the gold standard still appears to be the Safariland ALS system and its many variants. Only time will tell if this is a true contender and positively out of this world in regards to its quality, or if it is simply a space heap. As always, let us know all of your thoughts about the Alien Gear Rapid Force Level 3 Duty Holster V3 in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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  • Anomanom Anomanom on Mar 28, 2024

    What were we all thinking using a molded (or not so molded) leather sleeve with a strap all these years?

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    • Anomanom Anomanom on Mar 29, 2024

      @Beju Not that, but I've been carrying a gun for years in a holster with no unlocking button, no bluetooth, no little optic hat. Just a molded leather sleeve with a strap held closed with a snap. How have i not died, or... something.

  • Aerodawg Aerodawg on Apr 01, 2024

    AG has come up quite a bit. I bought a photon for quick on\off with my p365 and have been please with it.