3 New Fits For Open Top Concealment Holster

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posted on July 8, 2013
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7/8/13

Safariland has released three additional fits in the popular 5198 Open Top Concealment holster. Available for the Ruger LC9, Springfield XD-S and S&W M&P Shield compact handguns, these holsters are ideal for the range and concealed carry. Compact and lightweight, the 5198 Open Top Concealment holster features low cut sides for an easy draw and additional comfort.

The gun is further secured for heavy activity by the trigger guard detent and adjustable tension device. The SafariLaminate construction helps the gun remain unscratched. The injection-molded paddle allows for a comfortable and close fit, with no belt necessary. An injection-molded belt loop is also included. The MSRP for the 5198 Open Top Concealment Paddle Holster with Detent is $39.

For more information, visit Safariland.com.

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