CrossBreed Holster for S&W Shield with Viridian Laser

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posted on February 11, 2014
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CrossBreed has announced a line of holsters designed to be used with the Smith & Wesson Shield, utilizing Viridian Green Laser ECR Technology.

CrossBreed’s Shield line allows the use of a Viridian Green Laser that automatically activates as the handgun is drawn from the holster. This provides instant access to a laser sight without any action on part of the user other than drawing the gun.

In addition to its hybrid models like the SuperTuck and MiniTuck, which are designed for belt carry, CrossBreed also offers the Bedside Backup, the Belly Band and the Purse Defender for the S&W Shield, as well as other handgun models.

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