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HT1250 Radio Holster

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KyFireFreak

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I need a suggestion on a nylon holster for an HT1250. This would be for law enforcement duty use and must be secure and durable and have a swivel for comfort.

Right now I'm torn between the Moto issue holster, or giving up the convienence of the swivel and getting the porta clip which I keep hearing good things about.

Any suggestions are welcome.
 

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I need a suggestion on a nylon holster for an HT1250. This would be for law enforcement duty use and must be secure and durable and have a swivel for comfort.

Right now I'm torn between the Moto issue holster, or giving up the convienence of the swivel and getting the porta clip which I keep hearing good things about.

Any suggestions are welcome.
Ok, maybe one of these can help?

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If you get a porta clip for that model, it will work fine. However, I recommend you take a pair of pliers and bend the top part of the clip (that is closest to the display) outwards slightly. The tip of the clip tends to rub on the display and can scratch it. Good luck.
 
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