Armordillo Concealment X-FER V2 Holster

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posted on October 28, 2016
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Those looking for a convenient way to holster and carry a suppressed or long-barreled handgun now have an answer in the Armordillo Concealment X-FER V2 Holster from Mounting Solutions Plus.

The X-Fer V2 holster is a minimalistic holster design that can be worn IWB, OWB or mounted on a drop leg system. The holster is specifically designed to accommodate pistols with extended suppressors or long barrels equipped with either a SureFire X300U-A or X-300 weapon light.

The holster works by locking onto the light itself rather than the trigger guard of the handgun. This allows the holster to be used on any firearm equipped with a Picatinny rail that allows the mounting of a SureFire weapon light.

The X-FER V2 Holster is fully ambidextrous and comes standard with an IWB loop. The holster also features multiple mounting holes to allow for the use of Tek-Loks or drop leg mounts. The unit is also adjustable for cant and ride height.

The Armordillo Concealment X-FER V2 Holster retails at a suggested price of $79.99.

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