JM4 Tactical Introduces Longhorn Holster

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posted on March 26, 2017
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JM4 Tactical is known for its concealed-carry holsters that feature magnetic retention. Now, responding to consumer demand, the company is launching its first non-magnetic, tuckable leather holster: the Longhorn.

The new Longhorn holster is handmade from Hermann Oak grade A steer hide and is tanned and reinforced to provide users with a long service life. The holster is similar to the company's previous Double Shot holster, which is adjustable for cant, retention and ride height.

The Longhorn features a pivoting Kydex belt clip that allows for a wide range of adjustments and also gives users the flexibility to wear the holster anywhere on their waistline. Possible carry methods include cross-draw carry, appendix, small of the back or 5 o'clock. The clip can be adjusted to meet users' preferences in carry angle and ride height by loosening, adjusting and then tightening down on the screw holding the holster to the belt clip.

The Longhorn, like every other holster made by JM4 Tactical, is handmade and hand-stitched in the USA. The suggested retail price on the new holster is $94.98.

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