One Rig with Many Configurations by Safariland

The ELS (Equipment Locking System) Kit provides a mounting platform for 2-hole pattern accessories to be placed in various locations, including belt clips, tactical rigs, or directly in MOLLE loops (with the addition of an MLS16 Locking Fork).

Equipment Locking System

The kit is popular with military operators and competitive shooters. The kits are also gaining a new appreciation with duty officers, who use them on leg shrouds to swap out OC pouches and extra mag pouches.

Who are the best candidates to use the ELS?

The ELS kit is popular with competitive, military, duty officers, and tactical shooters. The unique ability to interchange equipment needs in the field is unparalleled. The ELS has grown from being used by competition shooters, to being part of tactical kits for law enforcement and military units. This allows the equipment needed for mission-specific tasks to be quickly set up without having to have multiple belts or mount systems, working with the placement most comfortable to users.

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