The following is a press release from Kinetic Concealment
Kinetic Concealment, known for their neoprene backed leather kydex hybrid holsters, has added to its product line-up by offering the new MG-01 Mini-Green Dot Laser Sight.
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The MG-01 is designed to be a low-cost high-quality green dot sight that can be mounted on any sub-compact pistol with a standard rail system. Operating off of a standard CR-123 battery makes the MG-01 not only cost effective, but less expensive to operate. With high-quality aluminum alloy construction and boosting a retail price point of only $79.99, the MG-01 is designed to be both durable and affordable.
About Kinetic Concealment
The Kinetic Concealment patent pending system utilizes a special nylon-backed neoprene substrate. The neoprene is bonded to the body side of the leather, then the edges are precisely stitched using standard leather stitching techniques. This added feature gives complete comfort even when the holster is being worn without an undershirt directly on the skin. If the holster is worn with an undershirt, the neoprene slides smoothly along any common undershirt fabric such as cotton or polyester allowing for a better range of motion as the body moves.
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Kinetic Concealment uses the finest of top-quality materials all made in the USA. The foundation of their holsters is made of an 8 ounce top-grade drum dyed leather, then it is kinetically bonded with their nylon-neoprene backing. Their shells are .093” thick Kydex and are vacuum formed for a tight and snug click fit. You can rest assured that your Kinetic Concealment holster will give you a lifetime of comfort and solid performance. For more information, visit http://www.kineticconcealment.com
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