Blackhawk Leather Tuckable Pancake Holster

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posted on May 17, 2016
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Each and every day isn’t the same, so why not have a holster that mirrors that lifestyle? The Blackhawk Leather Tuckable Pancake Holster is a versatile three-in-one holster that lets the wearer decide how they’ll be carrying concealed that day.

With minor adjustments you can transform the Tuckable Pancake Holster from inside-the-waistband (IWB), to belt-mounted, or simply wear it as tuckable. Its three-slot design is what gives it such versatility while remaining strong, secure and durable on belts up to 1.75 inches wide. The Tuckable Pancake Holster offers tension-adjustable retention and a trigger guard for safe carry.

Users can customize the cant and ride of the Tuckable Pancake Holster, and a built-in shirt shield adds comfort during carry while keeping moisture away from your gun.

“We know that our customers rely on their equipment to keep them safe,” said Blackhawk Product Director, Jarrett Beck. “This new holster offers personal adjustability, safety, convenience and value in an all-in-one package.”

Is the Tuckable Pancake Holster missing from your morning routine?

MSRP: $69.95

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