NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Tier 1 Concealed AGIS Holster

posted on September 3, 2017

The AGIS holster from Tier 1 Concealed is a hybrid offering both in terms of design and construction material. In its primary configuration, it is an appendix-carry holster with an attached magazine pouch built primarily out of molded kydex for good retention and durability. However, the AGIS also features a strip of leather and a column of snap fasteners that give the platform better flexibility to contour with the user's body, and allow the magazine pouch and holster to be separated and worn in other IWB positions.

Check out the video to see Joe Kurtenbach break down this versatile holster. For more, visit Tier1Concealed.com.

 

  

  




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