Product Preview: Gunfighters Inc. Kenai Chest Holster

posted on February 21, 2018

A convenient, easily accessible way to carry a full-size pistol while hiking, hunting or motorbiking, the Gunfighters, Inc. Kenai Chest Holster uses professionally molded kydex to provide adequate retention without unnecessary bulk and weight when carrying a pistol on the chest. Available for left- or right-hand use, the rig utilizes three Fastex-style buckles to secure the kydex holster to the systems adjustable, elastic harness. Two modes of pistol presentation are possible depending on which shoulder the vertical support strap is placed. Pre-made, pistol holsters (includes up to S&W X-Frame revolvers) are available in one to two days from, and custom-fit holsters are available on the company’s website. Price: $150. Contact: Gunfighters, Inc.; (509) 470-8277;


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