Bianchi Allusion Model 135 Suppression Holster

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posted on April 9, 2015
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When looking for a holster for concealed carry, many factors enter into the equation. How securely it holds the firearm and how well it conforms to the body are two of the most important points, with ease of use and price the next considerations.

Bianchi's Allusion Model 135 Suppression holster covers all of these points. It contains a kydex insert precisely molded to the individual firearm that is wrapped with Bianchi's authenthic gun leather for a polished, attractive look. This allows the holster to retain the firearm securely and offer a smooth draw, while still keeping the rugged beauty of a leather holster intact.

Belt clips adjustable for cant allow the Allusion to be tucked under a shirt if so desired. Should the holster be carried next to the body, an anti-microbial mesh-covered foam backing keeps perspiration at bay and adds comfort to your carry.

MSRP: $78. Available in brown or black leather and for left- or right-hand.

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