We report on it seemingly daily here at PDW. The proliferation of all things carry optics continues. From pistols to optics to gear, the movement rolls on, as concealed carriers increasingly turn to small guns wearing smaller optics. Now 1791 Gunleather releases two new holster fits. Both come optics-ready for Glock G43x and G48 pistols.
1791 Gunleather Glock Optics-Ready Holsters
Since the Glock G43x and G48 launched last year, the slimline frame and 10-round capacity guns took off like wildfire. And several other pistol manufacturers also launched their own optics-ready platforms as well. Now the two Glock platforms include a Micro Optic System (MOS) configuration. 1791 Gunleather fits accommodate these new variants.
“We will continue to create new designs and modify existing models to meet the needs of armed America,” said Alex Toussieh, COO of 1791 Gunleather. “Leather is a very obliging material and our leather working artisans are the best in the world.”
The new holster designs should help make the new MOS Glock variants even more popular. Shooters increasingly turn to MOS-style optic platforms for both self-defense and CQB.
The new design is a great feature for the two, already popular, firearm models. Many shooters have come to love the MOS-style optics for self-defense and other close-quarters shooting scenarios. The quick target acquisition and improved shooter accuracy are benefits that shooters of all skillsets can enjoy. With 1791 Gunleather Glock holsters, users of these new models have premium quality holster options offering the perfect blend of comfort and functionality.
The 1791 Gunleather Optic-Ready Paddle Holster C accommodates Compact and Sub-Compact firearms ranging 2.5- to 3-inch barrels. The holster retails for $64.99. The carry optics movement appears to have staying power. But it takes quality gear to carry safely and efficiently.
For more information on holsters for the new optic-ready G43x and G48, visit www.1791gunleather.com.
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