The following is a press release from FAB Defense
In an effort to reach a broad audience of consumers taking advantage of open-carry permits, FAB-Defense® has introduced a line of its SCORPUS holsters built specifically for usability with several popular handgun brands.
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The line includes left-handed exclusive models along with a unique tension and sturdy fiberglass-reinforced polymer construction. They are meant for the everyday shooter, and the “R” model in particular has a dual-retention mechanism that allows for a relatively quick and natural draw, according to FAB-Defense owner Sagi Faifer.
“The dual-retention system we’ve developed is meant to lock the pistol in for a secure fit and add to the holsters’ safety features,” Faifer said. “In addition, we’re supporting left-handed shooters by offering ambidextrous holsters. We’re bringing them to consumers that need them thanks to our in-house design and molding.”
The line also includes models with double-mag pouches with manually adjustable retention levels, allowing the user to set the tension of the pouch according to his or her own personal preferences.
With 36 models and sub-models from which to choose, FAB-Defense’s SCORPUS holster line is available to authorized dealers on its website, fab-defense.com.
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Three more models of the SCORPUS magazine pouches will be available in the coming months, including variations for GLOCK .45 ACP, Steel .45 ACP and 1911 .45 ACP single-stack magazines.
Since its inception, FAB-Defense Tactical Equipment and Weapon Accessories has been leading in development and manufacture of the highest-quality, cutting-edge tactical equipment and weapon accessories for the State of Israel’s Military and Police. FAB-Defense R&D department works in collaboration with Special Forces and SWAT teams worldwide to design creative, ability-enhancing, no-nonsense solutions to the ongoing dynamic challenges met in the field.
For more information, visit http://www.fab-defense.com
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