Blue Alpha Handcuff Case


Simple, tough and ready for duty.

  • Extremely lightweight (Small .9 oz / Large 1 oz)
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Handcuff key storage slot
  • MOLLE mounting or Belt Slot mounting
    • Hook and loop fastener piece included with MOLLE mounted Handcuff Case

See sizing guide in description below.

(4 customer reviews)

The Blue Alpha Handcuff Case is crafted from the high tech materials Squadron and Tegris, which leads to an extremely lightweight yet durable design. The MOLLE Handcuff Case can be attached to a belt, plate carrier, or any other MOLLE compatible location. The Belt Slot Handcuff Case is designed to slide right onto belts up to 2.25″. A simple snap makes releasing your cuffs easy with just a quick pull. It’s the perfect pouch for your handcuffs!

Sizing Guide:

Small Handcuff Case:
Peerless model 801c
S&W model m100-1

Large Handcuff Case:
ASP model 550
ASP model 250

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Additional information

Weight N/A

Small, Large


Black, Ranger Green, Coyote Brown


Molle, Belt Mounted

4 reviews for Blue Alpha Handcuff Case

  1. Krys (verified owner)

    Love this handcuff holder so much I’ve got at least one on every belt. I run peerless hinged and chained, and S&W chained. The small pouch fits em all without issue. The peerless hinged cuffs fit snug in the small pouch and it’s perfect. Chained cuffs have a bit of a jingle in the small pouch but it’s not terribly loud if you need to be stealthy. 10/10 would recommend. The molle mountable pouch is easy to install and the normal belt mountable is as easy as it gets.

  2. Vjornaxx (verified owner)

    I have Asp ultra chain cuffs. I bought this case in black/large w/ MOLLE backing. I mounted it to my Blue Alpha MOLLE Duty belt at 1 o’clock using OneWrap. I’ve been using them for about two weeks working patrol in an extremely active jurisdiction.

    The cuffs fit in the case, but it’s not a snug fit. I thought that wouldn’t matter too much since there is a button for retention. However, on three separate occasions over the past two weeks, the cuffs have fallen out of the case. Two occasions were during foot pursuits. One was while I was sitting in my cruiser.

    I believe that what is happening is that the backing material flexes with the movement of my leg. The flexing is enough to push the pawl close enough to the button to disengage it.

    It’s possible that I may be able to mitigate this by mounting the case higher on my belt, but doing so causes the top of the case to press against the bottom of my vest. It also may be possible to mitigate this by mounting the cuffs anywhere between 3 o’clock to 9 o’clock, but that’s just not where I like my cuffs to be.

    I wanted to like these – I bought them to replace a cuff case that I never had any issues with. Unfortunately, this case is just not going to work well with how I wear my cuffs and I will be going back to my old case.

    I think that if you wear your cuffs on your vest or anywhere between 3 o’clock to 9 o’clock, then you should not run into the issue that I ran into. The case itself seems to be well-built and based on Blue Alpha’s pedigree, I have no doubt that the materials used will hold up.

  3. Garrett Powner (verified owner)

    This works great. I wear it on my Blue Alpha EDC belt for work. The only thing I would change is to make the snap stronger. I love it and use it every day.

  4. Todd Farmer

    BA’s customer service was a home run. They contacted me, listened to my issues and without request, and no excuses, issued me a refund. I don’t care about the money, but I do care about how a business treats its customers. Buying a new belt right now from them along with the torniquet accessory.

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