Hogue Launches 2017 Carry Holsters

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posted on May 15, 2017
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Hogue added seven new models to its line of auto-retention concealed-carry holsters in 2017, providing new holster fits for models from Glock, CZ USA, SIG Sauer and Heckler & Koch.

"We're designing and building first rate carry holsters," Hogue co-owner Neil Hogue said. "The features built into our retention holsters have resulted in quite a superior design and now we have added some highly requested new models to the Hogue holster roster."

The new holster models fit the Glock G43; CZ P-10 Compact; SIG Sauer P320 and the HK VP9SK, P10, P30, P2000 and VP9 and VP40 pistols.

The new holster models are available in both left- and right-hand configurations and can be ordered in either solid black or carbon-fiber weave finishes. The models use Hogue's Automatic Retention System, which is designed to lock around the trigger guard once the pistol is holstered. To release the trigger-guard lock, the holster features an intuitive thumb release located on the inside of the holster.

"We sweated a lot of details," Hogue said. "Each holster is uniquely designed for a specific model handgun so the fit and finish rivals a lot of custom designs out there."

Other features of the new holster models include a flexible paddle that is designed with specific contours designed to conform to the hip of any shooter. A belt plate option is also available. Both mounting options include a built-in cant that is adjustable for straight, FBI and cross-draw carry styles.

The suggested retail price on the new Hogue automatic-retention concealed-carry holster is $49.95.

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