Model 6004-22 Quick Locking System - Receiver Plate (QLS 22)

MODEL: 6004-22 SKU: PART:

The QLS 22 Receiver Plate is designed to accept the QLS 19 Locking Fork. Constructed of injection molded nylon, it screws onto mounting platforms such as a tactical leg shroud, belt loop, wall or any other stable location. The system (fork and plate) works with any Safariland® 2-hole pattern pouch or 3-hole pattern holster. Rearrange gear quickly and easily without the use of tools. The QLS fork and plate combination passes the Level I Retention™ pull test.

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Quick Locking System -Reciever Plate (QLS 22)

The QLS 22 Receiver Plate is designed to accept the QLS 19 Locking Fork. Constructed of injection molded nylon, it screws onto mounting platforms such as a tactical leg shroud, belt loop, wall or any other stable location. The system (fork and plate) works with any Safariland® 2-hole pattern pouch or 3-hole pattern holster. Rearrange gear quickly and easily without the use of tools. The QLS fork and plate combination passes the Level I Retention™ pull test.

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Print The QLS 22 Receiver Plate is designed to accept the QLS 19 Locking Fork. Constructed of injection molded nylon, it screws onto mounting platforms such as a tactical leg shroud, belt loop, wall or any other stable location. The system (fork and plate) works with any Safariland® 2-hole pattern pouch or 3-hole pattern holster. Rearrange gear quickly and easily without the use of tools. The QLS fork and plate combination passes the Level I Retention™ pull test. Available in Black, Foliage Green, OD Green or Coyote
Model 6004-22 Quick Locking System - Receiver Plate (QLS 22) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An excellent pairing with the fork I got this to go with the complementary fork. It is easy to mount. Be sure to use a small drop of loc-tite on the screws when you remove them from their current mounting. The old loc-tite can be stripped off.
Date published: 2014-11-20