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First Look: N8 Tactical KO-1 Modular IWB Holster

First Look: N8 Tactical KO-1 Modular IWB Holster

N8 Tactical is on a mission to provide quality products with superior comfort for all day, everyday carry. Now the company is pleased to announce the release of its first all-Kydex holster, the KO-1.

The KO-1 was developed to provide diverse and customizable carry configurations for people who favor an IWB holster for concealed carry pistol. The KO-1 begins with a one-piece Kydex pocket that is form-fitted to a specific handgun model. The pocket of the holster has a slim design that ensures minimal bulk and maximum concealment, compared to conventional IWB holsters.

The KO-1 is easily adjustable for ride height and cant, matching whatever preferred carry style for a customized fit. In addition to this, the KO-1 can also be adjusted for retention. This combination of features lets the user find the perfect tension for their draw style and preferred feel.

Two clip options are offered for the KO-1. A low-ride clip places the mounting hardware well below the waist band/belt line, which allows for shirts to be tucked inside the pants and behind the clip and also seats the handgun deeper into the pants. The high-ride clip option attaches to the top of the Kydex pocket and positions the pistol higher on the torso, making it ideal for untucked carry.

The optional Mod-Wing mounts behind the clip to provide outward tension on the waist band or belt. Featuring  a reduced-slip contact surface, the Mod-Wing positions the handgun grip closer to the torso to minimize printing and to enhance the overall stability of the holster for more active situations.

The KO-1 holster is currently made for the following pistols: Glock 26/27, Glock 19/19x/23, Glock 43/43x, Sig 320 X Compact, Sig 365/365XL, S&W M&P 4.25-inch, Shield 9 mm, Ruger LC9, 1911 5-inch slide, Springfield Hellcat. 

MSRP for the KO-1 holster is $34.95 (but currently on sale for $29.70), and more information is available at n8tactical.com.

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