All Vega Holster loops and platforms can be assembled on all Vega holsters with the TRIPLE SCREW fastening system.
Some loop systems permit various holster cants and heights by means of screws, thus, in this case, the above value may differ.
Some loop systems permit varying the cant by means of a lever (without acting on the three fastening screws), this does not change the above value, but the features change (even if a weapon has a rotation angle of 90°, a holster with a value of IP0 or IP-1 will have the possibility of occupying less space when used in a vehicle).
Some loop systems are at a certain distance from the body due to the use of tactical and/or bulletproof vests, or to make the draw quicker, or even to avoid accidental snagging while drawing the weapon (This is above all the case of uniformed agents). Other loop systems are closer to the body. These are preferable because of better concealment and an overall feeling of being in control of the weapon against the body.
Naturally, the operator may decide to use different loop systems on his holster (in the event that he does not want to use two different holsters), and choose which to use based on daily operational needs. As an example, the operator may be either on uniformed duty, or plain-clothes duty; in the first case, he will need a holster that can be worn with either a tactical or bulletproof vest while, in the second case, he will need a holster with good concealment.
The choice of a carrying system based on ones operational routine and needs is the first step to having the ideal holster.
Great Care must be taken when handling, storing or moving firearms or when putting a pistol into or taking it out of the holster.
Never put a loaded pistol into the holster without first checking that it fits in properly.
It is the user’s responsability to check personally that the firearm and the holster are compatible.
When placing the pistol into the holster (especially when the holster is new and besides more rigid) support the pistol hammer with your thumb finger and insert it carefully.
When choosing a product, consider first how you dress and how you carry your firearm and then choose the product best suited to your needs, in the appropriate material.
It is of vital importance that the holster and the firearm should be compatible.
Before using your new holster, practise drawing the firearm: the holster will adapt better to the firearm and you will get to know the new product.
The firearm and its accessories should be regularly checked to see that they work correctly. Holsters should never be altered.
Any alteration could cause accidents.