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First Look: 1791 Gunleather Fair Chase Holsters

First Look: 1791 Gunleather Fair Chase Holsters

1791 Gunleather is rolling out a new line of Smooth Concealment Fair Chase Holsters, made from Fair Chase deer hide, creating smooth and breathable holsters that are some of the most unique variants on the market today. This new holster is designed to accommodate most handguns, from revolvers to micro and full frame firearms, and work well, regardless of your body type, 

"Our Fair Chase Holster provides a sleek look that has purpose, versatility and security. We specifically designed this holster to be comfortable but also ease the process of drawing while providing great retention," says 1791 Gunleather CEO, Ramiro M. Romani. 

The Fair Chase holster is made from ethically hunted White Tail Deer Skins that are sourced from American hunters. The deer hide used in the holster is thin, stretchable and breathable, which ensures that your firearm will be properly protected while still providing maximum comfort to the wearer. Deer Skin is thin and breathable, yet it is still one of the three strongest leathers available today. The Fair Chase holster is designed for concealed carry, providing complete concealment with luxuriously soft leather that is lined with suede to provide ultimate comfort for your skin while protecting your firearm. 

The Fair Chase Holster includes a sweat guard and a reinforced metal clip for a comfortable appendix inside the waistband carry. These features, alon with the supple feel of the deer leather, work together to create a holster that is comfortable to wear all day long. 

1791 Gunleather Holsters are handcrafted one at a time, using reinforced stitching that ensures quality, security, and a lifetime of enjoyment. 1791 Gunleather is an innovative manufacturer that creates multi-fit holster designs to accommodate a wide range of firearms, providing reliability and performance for the American gun owner. 

MSRP for the Fair Chase holster is $59.99, and more information is available at 1791gunleather.com.

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