HTC Adds New Spektre Pistol Holsters

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posted on April 12, 2017
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The new Spektre IWB Holster from High Threat Concealment is designed to provide gun owners with the ability to comfortably conceal a full-size fighting handgun.

The holster features a custom fit that works in both the strong-side and appendix-carry positions. The holster can be configured to work with three separate attachment systems, each of which provide users with a method most comfortable to their personal preferences. The available attachment options include soft loops, over-hooks or a belt clip.

Each attachment option allows wearers to adjust both cant and ride height. The total amount of cant adjustment available is 15 degrees. Clips and loops are available for belt widths of 1.5 or 1.75 inches. The company provides custom tension devices with each of its IWB holsters, allowing end users to adjust pistol retention to their individual preferences.

HTC offers holster fits for the following handgun manufacturers: Beretta, CZ-USA, Glock, Heckler & Koch, IWI US, Ruger, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Walther and Zenith. The company also offers some custom-fit options for pistols equipped with Streamlight TLR-6 and SureFire XC1 weapon lights.

Suggested retail prices on the Spektre IWB Holster start at $70.

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