Versacarry Launches Rapid Slide S3 Holster

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posted on March 16, 2017
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Versacarry announced the launch of its new Rapid Slide S3 holster in 2017, offering handgun owners a "one size fits all" product for their pistol.

The Rapid Slide holster is an ambidextrous leather holster that is designed for use outside the waistband and inside the waistband. The holster uses metal clips that attach to the bottom of the holster, allowing users to tuck their shirts over the holster for added concealment.

The company claims that the Rapid Slide will fit 90 percent of all handguns on the market today. This is possible through the use of tension adjustment points on the edge of the holster opening that allows users to change the contours of the holster pocket to fit the handgun they're using.

The holster also features Versacarry's trademarked FlexVent technology, which works to add dexterity to the leather, allowing it to better mold itself to the shape of the holstered pistol. The technology also improves airflow inside the holster pocket, improving moisture dissipation.

The holster is also adjustable for ride height and is made from black leather or brown exotic Water Buffalo leather. The suggested retail price on the Versacarry Rapid Slide S3 holster is $49.99.

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