Blackhawk has added more than its fair share of products to the market. Everything from backpacks to holsters. Continuing the trend in late 2021, Blackhawk expands two of its popular holster lineups. These are new fits for the Stache and T-Series L2C holsters.
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Blackhawk®, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, has announced new handgun fits for the Stache™ IWB and T-Series® L2C Overt holsters. With additional holsters accommodating an even wider selection of handguns, more gun owners can count on the Stache as their everyday carry solution. Meanwhile, the Overt is an outstanding choice for duty Level 2 carry thanks to its light weight, low profile and integrated leg strap adapter.
Blackhawk Expands Stache IWB Holster Fits
The Blackhawk Stache is Blackhawk’s most recent answer to the concealed carry holster market. The Stache has added compatibility with light-bearing GLOCK 43X and GLOCK 48 pistols. This includes those that are equipped with a Streamlight TLR-7 Sub or a SureFire XSC. MSRP for the kit shown is $64.95.
Blackhawk Expands T-Series L2C Overt Holster Fits
The T-Series L2C holster is a level 2, active retention duty holster from Blackhawk that can be fitted with a thigh strap. There are light-bearing models available, as well. New fits for the holster include the SIG P320 and P250 for left-handed shooters. These can be had as a standalone holster, or as a kit. MSRP is $99.95 for the kit you see below.
If this expansion from Blackhawk suits your holster needs, head over to their website to explore further. If you still find yourself wanting more content, follow Blackhawk on all of its social media pages. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Stay strapped!
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