Mystery Ranch Bear Spray Holster

Item No. 888564-5707
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Product Description


A well-made, adaptable BEAR SPRAY HOLSTER for quick draw access.

You're not often the only predator out there. Holster your bear spray so it's retrievable if the time comes. Stable, secure, adaptable. Volumized to securely fit Counter Assault and UDAP canisters from 7.9 oz- 13.4 oz.


  • Weight: 2 oz
  • Volume: Counter Assault and UDAP canisters from 7.9 oz - 13.4 oz.
  • Dimensions: 7"x3"x2.5"


  • Fits Counter Assault and UDAP canisters from 7.9 oz-13.4 oz.
  • Multiple lash-on options


  • 500D CORDURA® fabric

Customer Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
31 Reviews
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Rated 5 out of 5
So far, so good
I bought this holster for my SG bag and Marsupial bino harness - it fits on both. Have yet to run into a bear to make sure it works ;)
September 20, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for hiking and backpacking in Bear Country
Have used this numerous times with a variety of sizes of backpacks and the packs. It’s adjustable, secure, well-made, and makes for quick and easy access to your bear spray.
September 16, 2021
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Rated 4 out of 5
Quality and well thought out
4 stars only because I haven't had it long term.
Definitely well constructed and very well thought out for multiple carry positions.
Mystery Ranch kept quality in even with lower priced products so I'm eyeing their packs even more closely and moved them towards the top of list. I look for constants in manufacturing through out product line. I have no doubts this sheath will serve me well for many years and trips. I can carry it center front in many configurations for speed and ease of deployment. I have no trouble strongly recommending this product.
Sheels shipped it fast and arrived sooner then expected, also my first purchase from Sheels.
Top shelf quality!
Top shelf quality!
September 11, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
well-designed, sturdy, durable
I've tried several different types and brands of bear spray holsters over the years and this one is tops for design, sturdiness, and durability. Works well whether you carry your spray canister on your belt or on your chest strap. Holds up quite well over years of wear and tear. Highly recommended.
August 19, 2021
11 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Molle Integration
It’s sturdy and does it’s job, what stands out is the molle integration and how secure/adaptable it is. No loose cans getting snagged on jackets or gear
May 15, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Rugged built and great design
We bought two bear spray holsters. The are rugged built, but allow you to get the bear spray canister out guickly.
May 6, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Bear Spray Holster
Easy to attach, fits my bear Spray and best part I can remove the spray fast from holster.
April 24, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
This was a Christmas gift for our grandson. It was recommended by our son and exactly what he needed to fit his pack.
December 30, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great pouch.
Keeps bear spray secure on the waist band of my pack. I would recommend it to anyone who has a need to carry bear spray. It keeps the can secure with zero movement and the Molle style attachment is awesome.
November 2, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Molle Strap Design Flaw
I just wanted to provide some feedback regarding the bear spray holster I used on my recent Idaho elk bowhunt: I highly recommend the "post and loop" attachment feature to the molle strap be modified in some way to eliminate unintended unfastenings.

Twice during the course of my hunt, the wooden post managed to work its way out of the retaining loop of the strap as it was being worn on the waist belt of my Metcalf pack. The first time, I noticed it happened when I heard the holster fall to the ground. The second time evidently occurred during a stalk when I was doing a slow butt-slide down a slope toward feeding elk. I didn't notice the holster was gone until later that day while back at camp. Being 95% sure it came off during that stalk, the next morning I returned to that location and thankfully found it about half way down the slope I was sliding on. To fix it so it would unfasten again, I used a zip-tie around the loop once the wooden post had been placed through it, making the loop too small for the post to unintentionally pass through.

If the "post and loop" design is to remain, I think making the loop a bit smaller would be one remedy or, better yet, make the loop out of an elasticized material (and smaller so the post has to be forced through it and the loop holds it better.

I don't know if this problem relates to all the holsters produced or just mine, but it certainly was an issue for me.
October 7, 2020
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