Uncle Mike's Adds New Models To Reflex Holster Line

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posted on March 29, 2012
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Uncle Mike's Reflex Holster securely retains the firearm using Integrated Retention Technology (I.R.T.), which features a retention lug on the outer wall of the holster in combination with a press arm on the body side of the holster. The shooter is able to get a full and secure grip on the firearm before they begin to draw. While the I.R.T. secures the firearm in the holster, the technology allows the shooter to easily release the firearm from the holster by gripping and turning the mag well of the firearm toward the body.

Studies have shown that fine motor skills diminish quickly in stressful or threatening situations, leaving average gun owners unable to operate holsters with buttons, levers or retention straps. The Reflex Holster's simple retention system allows users to easily draw the firearm when fine motor function has given way to gross motor skills.

Models are now available to fit the following handguns:

74211 - Glock 17, 19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35

74091 - Smith & Wesson M&P and M&P Pro - 9mm - 45 caliber

74111 - Fits most 1911 Commander style pistols from SIG Sauer, Springfield Armory and Kimber

74141 - Ruger SR9, SR9C, SR40 and SR40C

74221 - SIG Sauer P220, P220R, P226 and P226R

74271 - Springfield Armory XD, XDM

Constructed with injection molded, impact-modified polymer, the Reflex holster includes a paddle attachment and pancake style belt loop to fit belts up to 1.75 inches wide. Currently available in six fits and with more in production, the Uncle Mike's Reflex Holster has an MSRP of $38.95.

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