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Hogue, Inc. has announced their brand new line of automatic retention holsters for a wide variety of handguns.

“We’re designing and building first rate carry holsters from the ground up,” explained Hogue President Aaron Hogue. “We see a great opportunity to offer a superior product at an affordable price point to practically everyone who owns a handgun.”

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According to the press release, this new holster line includes right and left-handed designs for Glock, Beretta, Sig Sauer, Walther, Smith & Wesson, CZ and Springfield handguns. Each model features Hogue’s Automatic Retention System, a trigger guard-lock design that’s hard to defeat when the handgun is holstered. The inside of the holster features a discrete thumb release for an intuitive, fast draw, while re-holstering is quick and consistent thanks go a spacious pistol channel.

“We sweated a lot of details,” said Aaron Hogue. “Each holster is uniquely designed for a specific model handgun so the fit and finish rivals a lot of custom designs out there.”

Each Hogue holster includes a number of exclusive features, such as a flexible paddle that conforms to the hip and is interchangeable with the included belt plate option. Meanwhile, the built-in cant does away with the need for spacers and washers. As the statement notes, most models are configurable for straight, FBI angle or cross draw positioning, and all boast a contoured, low print profile.

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“We’ve designed our carry holsters for an intuitive, standard grip fast draw that’s consistent over the life of the holster,” Hogue said.

Hogue holsters are available for semi-autos and revolvers in solid black aerospace polymer or polymer pattered with a carbon fiber weave at a MSRP of $49.95. For more information, please call Hogue directly at 1-800-438-4747 or visit http://www.hogueinc.com

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