Product Preview: Blackhawk! Omnivore

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posted on May 19, 2017
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The Blackhawk! Omnivore Non-Light Bearing Holster is a Level 2 retention holster that, due to its innovative method of securing the firearm, is compatible with most semi-automatic handguns that feature a dustcover-mounted accessory rail. Rather than securing to the firearm’s trigger guard, the Omnivore uses a proprietary Rail Attachment Device, which allows the injection-molded polymer holster to accommodate more than 150 different styles of pistols. Models of Omnivore for handguns bearing either a Streamlight TLR or Surefire X300 pistol-mounted light are also available. Price: $59. Contact: Blackhawk; (800) 379-1732; blackhawk.com.

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