Latest Gear and Technology From Uncle Mike's

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posted on January 17, 2013
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What's more important than being familiar with the gear that goes with your daily carry gun? Bushnell's Uncle Mike's line has acknowledged this exact question with its new interactive holster selection chart, which will be available at all retail locations that sell the Uncle Mike's brand. WIth the chart, buyers navigate through a series of questions and videos to help them select the ideal and proper holster.

One of Uncle Mike's more popular holsters is the Reflex, which was introduced last year and has been updated with left-handed models and other new features. Watch the video below to learn exactly what makes this holster so well-suited to numerous handguns.

For more information on Uncle Mike's Law Enforcement & Tactical Lines visit UncleMikesLE.com.

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