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First Look: Blackhawk Adds to ARC Holster Line

First Look: Blackhawk Adds to ARC Holster Line

Blackhawk is expanding its line of Appendix Reversible Carry (ARC) Inside the Waistband (IWB) holsters with new models that are compatible with some of today’s most popular concealed carry pistols. The new ARC IWB holsters are now available for use with the SIG P365, SIG P356XL, Glock 48 and Smith & Wesson EZ 9/380 pistols.

“The focus of the ARC IWB holster has always been based on versatility and comfort,” said Willie Vernon, Senior Director of Marketing for Blackhawk. “With its ability to accommodate both left and right-handed shooters as well multiple forms of concealed carry placement, the ARC IWB can be customized for each individual user. For those seeking a deep concealment option that won’t hamper their daily movements, the ARC IWB won’t disappoint.”

Blackhawk’s ARC IWB holsters are designed to be a deep concealment solution that is comfortable for everyday carry. Because of the fully reversible design of the holster, users can now have multiple carry options in one holster model. The ARC IWB holster is built from a soft, yet durable injection-molded polymer material that is perfect for all-day comfort and concealment and yet still provides users with ambidextrous options for appendix carry.

Each ARC holster is packaged with two belt clips to adjust the cant and ride height for both 1.5- and 1.75-inch belts. A passive retention detent with adjustment screws allows users to vary the amount of friction in order to keep your pistol secure. Because of its low-cut design, the ARC IWB can be used in conjunction with pistols featuring rear-mounted red dot sights. The ARC is also compatible with over 25 semi-automatic firearms, including compact and full-size pistol models from a wide variety of manufacturers.

MSRP for the new ARC IWB models is $24.99, and for more information, please visit blackhawk.com.

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