Warne Launches New Line of Holsters

Long known for its outstanding rings and bases, Warne enters the concealed-carry market with a new line of holsters.

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posted on January 17, 2022
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Warne's new chest rig is an interesting approach to concealed carry designed for those situations where a belt holster would not be ideal.

With the exponential growth of concealed carry in the United States over the past decade, companies long known for outstanding shooting-related products are launching new lines to cater to the expanding demographic of people who carry a firearm for personal protection. Case in point: Warne Scope Mounts introduced its Every Day Carry line of U.S.-made holsters, belts and belt-mounted accessories. The Warne Every Day Carry line features uniquely designed inside-the-waistband, outside-the-waistband and chest holsters, as well as belts and magazine carriers for concealed carry, range/competition and hunting applications.

The flagship models of the new line are the Hybrid IWB holster and Chest Rig holster.

The Hybrid IWB features a unique retention that combines the positive click of a Kydex holster with the comfort of a hybrid holster. The Hybrid IWB holster provides comfort and adjustability as a traditional hip/behind-the-hip or appendix-carry holster.Warne, EDC, holsters, concealed carry holsters, CCW, New for 2022

The Chest Rig is designed for applications where a traditional belt-type holster is not ideal, including use in vehicles. The Chest Rig design features enhanced comfort and adjustability, as well as the ability to be worn beneath a cover garment.

“Many of us at Warne are pistol shooters and we are particular about how we strap a handgun to ourselves. We are confident that the Every Day Carry line is the pinnacle of performance for carrying a handgun,” said Ken Flood, Warne's vice president of sales. “We are very excited to offer this line which will be available initially with our product launch partners, MidwayUSA and Optics Planet.”

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