New Fits for Safariland Model 27 Inside-the-Pants Holster

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posted on November 6, 2013
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Safariland has introduced five new holster fits for the popular Model 27 Inside-the-Pants holster. The new releases are now available for the Ruger LC9, Springfield XD-S, Glock 19/23, Glock 26/27 and S&W M&P Shield handguns. The Model 27 Inside-the-Pants holsters feature a unique J-hook attachment, allowing them to be worn with any belt. The holsters are made with semi-rigid SafariLaminate material, and include a polymer insert allowing the holsters to stay open for quick holstering.

Available in a plain black finish, the Model 27 comes with an MSRP of $52.

For more information, visit Safariland.com.

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