CrossBreed Holsters Offers New Ankle Rig

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posted on October 18, 2012
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Expanding its line of alternate carry methods, CrossBreed is pleased to offer its own Ankle Rig. Designed by Mark Craighead and manufactured in the USA, our CrossBreed Holsters Ankle Rig offers a deep concealment option for small guns.

With a calf-support strap, this ankle rig won't be riding down and slapping your anklebone. It also features a padded ankle section for greater comfort and a thumb break for secure carry even in rigorous activity while still being easy to draw from when needed.

The CrossBreed Ankle Rig has an MSRP of $49.50. It will fit small to medium semi-automatics such as Kahr K, Ruger LC9 and the ever-popular Springfield XDS.

NOTE: Right Hand only at this time

As with all of our products the CrossBreed Ankle Rig comes with our "Two Week Try It Free Guarantee and a Lifetime Warranty."

For more information and to view the full lineup of CrossBreed products, visit www.crossbreedholsters.com.

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