Safariland just announced the release of its latest concealment holster, the Bianchi Assent. By choosing one of six sizes, the Bianchi Assent will carry more than 250 different firearms. That versatility makes the Assent an incredible addition to any concealed carrier’s kit.
Bianchi Assent Concealment Holster
The Assent becomes the first Bianchi leather holster to incorporate Safariland’s popular GLS (Grip Locking System) retention. It offers remarkable multi-fit capability, fitting over 250 different pistols.
The Model 12GLS Assent holster utilizes an open-top design. It combines leather with a laminate synthetic liner for durability, comfort, and additional functionality. The GLS retention automatically secures the gun when holstered. But it releases upon applying the middle finger with a standard shooting grip. It proves both intuitive and safe, according to Safariland.
“This holster is truly a differentiated product,” said James Dawson, category director for Safariland’s Duty Gear business unit. “With its beautiful leather design, superior retention, and custom fit for such a large range of guns, this holster is very unique, especially in the leather market.”
The low-profile 126GLS Assent holster offers a high-ride hip carry. The belt slots pull the holster and pistol grip close to the body. Dual belt slots fit up to 1.5-inch belts for a snug fit.
Most folks, and most trainers for that matter, recommend using a holster designed to fit the gun you carry for EDC. But when it comes to most shooters, we own a bunch of pistols. So it can be difficult to justify an expensive carry rig for every single pistol you own. For those with a large stable of pistols, the Assent provides a unique opportunity.
The user-customizable Assent fits more than 250 handgun models, in six different holster sizes. The border stitched holster comes in tan or black with a plain finish. The holster retails for $78. For even more info, please visit safariland.com.
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