IDFholsters.com Now Offers Front Line's Crimson Trace Compatible Holsters

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posted on July 30, 2014
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IDFholsters, the holster superstore launched in May, continues to expand beyond its selection of over 3,000 holster models. The site now offers new Front Line holsters designed to fit handguns equipped with Crimson Trace Lasergrips.

Founded in 1994, Crimson Trace has become an industry leader in laser sighting products for handguns and rail-equipped long guns. They provide responsible firearms owners with a decisive aiming advantage that is reliable, ergonomic and simple to use–making confident and better shooters.

The new Front Line Crimson Trace holsters are available for multiple handguns, including the Kahr P-380, Kel-Tec P-3AT, Ruger LC9, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield and Springfield XD-S. Made from natural lubricated leather processed without synthetic additives, the holsters come in a variety of carry options.

"Once again, we have a jump on the competition with our ability to meet market demands quickly and efficiently by developing custom holster molds for every carry scenario," said Shmuel Shachar, Front Line's CEO.

Consumers are invited to take 20% off the entire IDFholsters.com selection for a limited time. Use Promo Code IDFCCW at checkout to apply the discount.

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