Blackhawk Launches Demonstrator Replica Guns

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posted on February 10, 2017
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Blackhawk released a new line of Demonstrator replica guns for holster demonstrations and training use. Dummy pistols are available for the Glock G17, Colt 1911, SIG Sauer P226 and Beretta 92.

The Demonstrator guns are made from reinforced injection-molded polymer, and the company claims that these replica firearms will not bend or crack as easily as other dummy training guns on the market. Blackhawk uses computer-generated specifications to ensure that certain details are included on the replicas in order to ensure a true holster fit identical to the original model.

Users can use these replica guns to try out different holster fits without using a real firearm, thus providing a safe atmosphere for trying on holsters. The Demonstrator guns can also be used in training off the range, giving shooters a safe alternative to practicing holster draws. First-time shooters can also use the dummy guns to get familiar with grips and firearms control without handling a live gun.

The Blackhawk Demonstrator replica guns are made in the USA and are available in bright orange and gray and retail at a suggested price of $40.95.

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