NRA Covert Comfort Holster

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posted on October 30, 2014
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A blend of modern concealment technique and traditional aesthetics, the Covert Comfort IWB Holster, produced by Wisconsin-based Blue Stone Safety Products and sold by NRAstore.com, is constructed from vegetable-tanned leather and is configured for inside-the-waistband (IWB) carry. A single 1¼" black oxide clip provides holster retention, and accommodates belts up to 1¾" in width. A layer of tanned sheepskin serves as a barrier between the holster and the user’s skin, the fleece providing comfort and wicking away moisture. The holster comes in five sizes designed to fit a wide array of handguns, from snubby revolvers to full-size Glocks. A full list of fits is available at NRAstore.com. Price: $55. Contact: NRAstore.com, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030; (888) 607-6007; nrastore.com.

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