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FIME Group Offers Holsters for Arex Rex Zero Pistol Owners

FIME Group Offers Holsters for Arex Rex Zero Pistol Owners

For a limited time, FIME Group is offering free holsters to all owners of the company's Arex Rex Zero-1 handgun. Current and future owners of the pistol can apply until the end of 2017 to receive their free holster.

"Our customers are the most important focus of our company," says Walker English, director of sales for FIME Group. "We wanted to kick off the accessory line-up with something that not ONLY says ‘thank you’ to the tens of thousands of customers that initially bought our pistol, but also shows that we are honored and humbled by the fact that they have chosen a Rex to defend and protect their lives and their families' lives over our competition."

The company offers this promotion as part of the launch of its upcoming collection of accessories for the Rex Zero-1 lineup, which includes six different handgun options for discerning buyers. The holsters feature traditional Kydex construction that is perfectly molded to fit the contours of the company's flagship handgun. A paddle attachment allows users to carry their handgun outside the waistband. The holster features built-in cant adjustability, ensuring that users have the ability to configure the holster to their personal preferences.

Any current owner of a Rex Zero-1 pistol and any individual who purchases a Rex Zero-1 through Dec. 31, 2017, is eligible to receive a free holster. To have one sent, simply visit the FIME Group website and walk through the company's online registration portal.

The Arex Rex Zero-1 pistol lineup, imported by FIME Group, features many similarities to the popular SIG Sauer P226 platform, with several visual features and fire-control locations appearing similar. However, the Rex Zero-1 includes several different aspects that distinguish the gun from the P226. For one, the pistol features a decocking lever that also works as a slide stop. For those who prefer not to use the DA/SA setup, the Rex Zero-1 also sports a traditional manual thumb safety.


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