CrossBreed Holsters Introduces The Reckoning

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posted on November 20, 2018
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CrossBreed Holsters has released The Reckoning Holster, its first multi-retention concealment holster. Constructed from a blend of Kydex and leather, The Reckoning features dual integrated retention systems and accommodates a variety of inside-the-waistband (IWB) carry positions, including strong side, appendix and cross draw. The holster can also be used with OWB Speed Clips—available as an add-on accessory—for outside-the-waistband carry.

Chicago-style screws secure the Kydex pocket to the leather backer, allowing for the adjustment of tension between the two components until the desired level of security is achieved. There is also a new retention device that acts upon the firearm’s trigger guard, and allows users to fine-tune and further customize their holster’s level of retention.

As with the rest of CrossBreed’s leather-backed lineup, The Reckoning is offered in black cowhide, premium horsehide and Founder’s Series vegetable-tanned leather. The Kydex pockets, meanwhile, can be had in black, Sniper Grey, FDE or OD Green.

Starting at $55, The Reckoning is currently available for popular platforms from Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig Sauer, Ruger, Springfield Armory and Walther, as well as M1911s, and more options will be available soon. For more information, please visit crossbreedholsters.com.

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