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Something From LaRue That Everyone Can Afford

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Featuring a black-anodized swiveling clip laser engraved with the LaRue logo, this lanyard is designed for 2” wide belts and thinner making it PALS compatible. It attaches to the belt via an internal hook and loop panel.

Made in Texas, USA and offered in Black or Coyote.

www.laruetactical.com/larue-tactical-lanyard

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9 Responses to “Something From LaRue That Everyone Can Afford”

  1. Gator says:

    Well at least you can order one larue product and not wait 2 years for it

  2. Canadian says:

    I understand that SSD has to make things sound good, and I like the site- but really-

    “this lanyard is designed for 2” wide belts and thinner making it PALS compatible. It attaches to the belt via an internal hook and loop panel.”

    It’s a keyring with a noname velcro loop. Let’s not over do it.

  3. Homer says:

    Did the guy in the photo have to draw his weapon because the noise from his jangling keys alerted the bad guys?

  4. Snotlocker says:

    Or save $5.00 and buy the Keyper for Maxpedition and get a HK style Carbine Hook. LaRue this would nice SWAG at Shot Show!

  5. Spartan says:

    What holster is that?

  6. Rosco45 says:

    Having worked in Corrections for over a decade, I have accessed my keys thousands of time. My first belt key holder had a swiveling ring like this LaRue unit. I threw it away after about a week and replaced it with a non-swiveling Uncle Mike’s unit. With the swiveling ring, you never know how the “gate” is going to be oriented. It is fumble-prone and causes one to have to look down at one’s keyring when one’s attention ought to be elsewhere.

  7. A1 says:

    Anyone know what brand/model that holster is?

  8. Manu says:

    Holster:
    I’m pretty sure it’s a galco