Free Paddle Holsters for ReX Zero 1 Pistols

posted on September 20, 2017

The Fime Group (Las Vegas, Nev.) is preparing to launch a new line of parts and accessories for the Arex ReX Zero 1 pistol which will be available for purchase on the company website. To celebrate, the Fime Group is giving away free holsters to customers who purchase a REX Pistol any time through December 31, 2017. That means if you already own a Standard, Compact or Tactical model, you qualify. 

"Our customers are the most important focus of our company," says Walker English, director of sales for FIME Group. "We wanted to kick off the accessory line-up with something that not only says ‘thank you’ to the tens of thousands of customers that initially bought our pistol, but also shows that we are honored and humbled by the fact that they have chosen a Rex to defend and protect their lives and their families' lives over our competition."

The new ReX zero 1 paddle holster is made of a durable injection-molded polymer formulated to withstand temperatures ranging from -22 degrees (-30 C) to 356 degrees Fahrenheit (180 C). Designed to fit all ReX models, the holster is fitted with three screws that can be adjusted for holster retention and cant using a provided hex keys. The paddle is made of a flexible silicon material that is thicker for added rigidity at the top with a thin, flexible lower edge that curves around the wearer's body. I've been working with this holster for a few weeks now and it is among the most comfortable paddle holsters I've tried thanks to the paddle design.

To receive your free ReX holster, fill out the online pistol registration form available at the Fime Group’s website.


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