Virginia-based High Threat Concealment has introduced its new Spektre IWB holster for those who want to comfortably conceal a fighting-sized handgun for everyday carry. The Spektre holster offers a custom-engineered fit for your gun that allows it to be worn strong-side IWB or in the appendix carry position.
According to the press release, the Spektre comes with a choice of one of three attachment systems: dual soft loops, dual over-hooks or a single fold-over belt clip. If you want, you can also get a full kit containing all three systems. All of these options allow for different degrees of cant by adjusting the ride height of attachment points or the angle of the soft loops. The fold-over belt clips are available for 1.5″ or 1.75″ belt widths. The dual over-hooks and soft loops securely fasten to 1.5″ and 1.75″ belt widths.
Shooters have the option of adjusting the holster’s fitment and tension using a custom tensioner that adds or removes pressure from the holster’s capture feature. The holster has an open bottom which allows for the addition of aftermarket and threaded barrels into the equation.
Each Spektre holster is custom made to order from premium grade Boltratron. Every HTC holster is hand inspected and fit checked using the actual weapon/light combo as ordered before shipping.
The Spektre holster is available for most semi-auto pistols from some of the biggest names in the industry. We’re talking about Beretta, Century Arms by Canik, CZ, Glock, Heckler & Koch, IWI, Kriss, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Springfield and Walther, as well as most 1911 models. Handguns equipped with mounted red-dot sights, and lights like the SureFire XC-1 and Streetlight TLR-6 weaponlight can also be accommodated.
The Spektre holster from High Threat Concealment starts at $70.
For more information, visit http://highthreatconcealment.com.
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by Personal Defense World / Apr 11, 2017