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First Look: Blackhawk T-Series L2C Holster

First Look: Blackhawk T-Series L2C Holster

Created behind closed doors over the course of the past several years at Blackhawk’s facility in Bozeman, MT, the T-Series takes Blackhawk’s attention to detail and quality engineering to an even higher level to build a new line of duty-rated holsters. The latest model in this line is the new Level 2 Compact (L2C) version which combines the durability and sturdiness of the L2D and L3D T-Series holsters with a streamlined and concealable form factor.

The T-Series family of holsters follows BLACKHAWK’s Master Grip Principle. This design principle encourages the user’s hand to naturally land naturally where it should in order to quickly deploy the sidearm. This efficient movement, along with a sound-dampening, low-friction, dual-density internal material creates a fast, smooth, quiet and effortless draw. In addition to this, the external proprietary, glass-reinforced nylon of the T-Series L2C provides the highest degree of durability.

The compatibility of T-Series L2C is what sets apart from the rest of the T-Series family. Designed for use with the Trijicon RMR, it also has a speed cut for a faster draw and a low-profile design that is perfect for easy concealment. Despite the smaller overall profile over the this holster, the L2C is still duty-rated, just like the similar L2D and L3D holsters.

The T-Series L2C comes with the Quick Dual Release or QDR, an all-new attachment method. This attachment method uses a button release which allows for easy attachment and removal to a belt without weaving it through the belt loops. The QDR can accommodate belts ranging from 1.5 to 2.25 inches and also allows the holster to be canted at various angles as the user desires.

The L2C includes a two-slot belt-loop attachment method is standard equipment. The asymmetrical design of the loop attachment cants the grip of the pistol toward the body for better concealment and less hassle with everyday tasks.

More information on the Blackhawk T-Series is available at blackhawk.com.

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