First Look: Tulster H&K VP9SK IWB Profile Holster

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posted on July 31, 2017
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Tulster Holsters announced a holster fit for the new Heckler & Koch VP9SK, giving consumers an ideal IWB holster for a gun designed to be easily carried and concealed.

The new H&K VP9SK holster is part of the company's Profile Holster lineup, which gives owners a minimalist concealed-carry setup design for ultimate concealment when used in the appendix-carry position. The holster is built using a minimum amount of material in order to reduce the overall profile when tucked inside the pants.

Every Profile holster built by Tulster is form-fitted to a VP9SK handgun in order to ensure that any end user's handgun is retained securely with a snug, friction-retention fit. In order to promote a low carry profile and increase end-user comfort, Tulster removed material from a number of places on the holster, eliminating excess material found around the retention screw and adding an undercut trigger guard.

The undercut trigger guard ensures that users can obtain a high, secure firing grip on the gun before removing it from the holster, and an added benefit is the ability to access the magazine release on the pistol while it is secured inside of the holster.

The Tulster H&K VP9SK IWB Profile Holster is secured to a user's belt through the use of an injection-molded belt clip, which features an adjustable cant from 0 to 15 degrees, ensuring that owners can tailor the holster's draw angle to suit their individual preferences. The holster also works with the company's Softloop kit.

Other features of the Tulster Profile IWB Holster include a full sweat shield that protects the gun from corrosive sweat, oils and other potentially damaging environmental factors. Rounded edges also work to ensure that users have a comfortable carry experience.

The Tulster H&K VP9SK IWB Profile Holster is available in both left- and right-hand configurations and can be had in 28 different finish styles. The suggested retail price on the Profile IWB holster is $64.99.

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