HK P7 inside the Waistband – Model KP7
HK P7 Outside the Waistband – Model TP7
Kirkpatrick Leather Company, renowned manufacturer of high quality leather holsters since 1950, released two new waistband holsters for the Heckler & Koch P7.
The model KP7 inside the waistband holster is built specifically for the unique design of the HK P7. According to the official product listing, it features a closed bottom design which projects past the muzzle better anchoring the holster, keeping the gun close to the body. This holster is specially contoured for the body, and the belt loops are spaced apart so they don’t cause an imprint when using light cover. The end user doesn’t need to adjust their grip after drawing, due to the fact that the holster is relieved below the front cocking lever. The model KP7 is available for the HK pistol model P7PSP, the P7M8 and the P7M13. MSRP is $94.00.
Meanwhile, the model TP7 outside the waistband holster is perfect for off duty, concealed carry, or going to the range. It has a slight muzzle rear cant and is compatible with a 1 1/2″ wide belt. The open top design allows for a smooth draw and holstering. In addition, the TP7 has a rear loop and slot which hold the pistol in place and keep it close to the body. It also has double stitching for optimized durability. The model TP7 is compatible with the HK pistol model P7PSP, the P7M8 and the P7M13. MSRP is 79.00. See below for more information.
Features: HK P7 Inside the Waistband – Model KP7
- Reinforced top
- Shirt guard
- Full-grip access
- Molded sight track
- Contoured for body
- Extremely thin profile
Features: HK P7 Outside the Waistband – Model TP7
- Reinforced top for one-hand holstering.
- Molded sight rail for a smooth draw.
- Offset belt slot stabilizes pistol angle.
- Double stitched at stress points for durability.
- Gun-specific hand molding.
For more information about the Model KP7 and Model TP7 holsters, and the full range of products currently offered by Kirkpatrick Leather Company, please visit http://www.kirkpatrickleather.com
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