A few months ago, Heckler & Koch introduced its highly-anticipated VP9SK—essentially a subcompact version of its VP9. With any new pistol in this category comes the demand for holster options, and Oklahoma-based Tulster is one of the companies stepping in to satisfy that demand with its new IWB Profile Holster for the VP9SK.
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Built from the ground up to be an ultra-concealable, minimalistic, appendix carry holster without the drawbacks, Tulster’s VP9SK IWB Profile Holster features distinct features like a matte-edge finish and minimal material used, resulting in a comfortable fit and offering maximum concealment for your gun.
According to the press release, each IWB Profile holster is formed to the VP9SK for a snug fit with low drag. The adjustable retention along with the inherent positive retention “SNAP” lets you know your firearm is secure when holstered.
Meanwhile, Tulster removed extra material between the muzzle and retention screw, adding layers of comfort without digging into the body or thigh. Also, the holster features an undercut trigger guard, promoting a higher grip on the VP9SK and allowing for a magazine release while the gun is fully holstered.
From the injection molded belt clip to the soft loop option, this holster also has an adjustable cant from 0-15 degrees.
Tulster’s IWB Profile Holster is available in a ton of different colors and patterns for right and left-handed shooters. The standard black version will run you $64.99, with the other options costing between $5 and $15 extra, depending on your choice.
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For more, check out Tulster.com.
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