Not all gun owners are created equal. So, concealed carry is a very personal preference. Not to mention, how hard it can be to find the right holster for left-handed shooters. With this in mind, comes the new Freedom Holster platform from We The People Holsters, to address all carry preferences.
The We The People Holsters Freedom Holster
Available in black, gray, or carbon fiber, the Freedom Holster fits a variety of Glock, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Taurus, 1911’s, and the Springfield Hellcat. Boasting over 2,500 possible configurations the Freedom Holster is a two-part holster platform with gun holster and mag pouch. The two can be separated for different placement on the belt or held together via a shock cord.
With combinations allowing for right- or left-handed shooters, the holster can be worn either IWB or OWB. Although the carry options are completely up to you, the Freedom Holster easily carries in the following methods:
- Appendix IWB 1 with 2 tuckable clips on the outer edges
- Appendix IWB 2 with 1 tuckable clip in the center
- IWB tuckable
- Appendix IWB 3 with 1 classic IWB clip
- IWB classic clip
- OWB loop
- OWB paddle
Additionally, the added benefit of optional tuckable clips allows users to carry concealed, even when wearing a tucked shirt. The main benefit of the modular system is that you can practice with one holster and carry in many configurations. As a result, you will only need one holster and will be confident with each draw. Not to mention, the money you save on extra holsters can go towards optics, since the holster is optic compatible.
The We The People Holsters Freedom Holster is available now, with an MSRP of $129.00. For more info, please visit WeThePeopleHolsters.com.
We The People Holsters Freedom Holster Features:
- Modular design for near-endless configurations
- Functions as IWB or OWB
- Ambidextrous design
- Tuckable clips help prevent printing
- Magazine carrier
- MSRP: $99.95
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