NRA Gun Gear of the Week: BlackPoint Tactical DualPoint Holster

posted on April 22, 2018

Molded from a single sheet of kydex, the DualPoint AIWB holster from BlackPoint Tactical exhibits great fit and finish, as well as some optional enhancements and an unexpected capability. A strong, single clip provides for reliable belt attachment, and can be adjusted for ride height and cant. Two screws near the dustcover area provided for retention adjustment, and the holster can be furnished with a Plus Pouch magazine carrier and a concealment strut to better tuck the gun in toward the carrier’s body. Putting the “dual” in DualPoint, the holster can be repurposed as an OWB belt holster—simply attach the included belt loop bracket, and reverse the direction of the concealment strut.

Watch this week's NRA Gun Gear of the Week video above to see American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach demonstrate some of the features of the DualPoint.



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