Product Preview: Blackhawk T-Series Holster

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posted on May 9, 2019
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The T-Series, from Blackhawk, is a holster based around the company’s Master Grip Principle, which emphasizes that a user not have to re-learn how to use equipment. The T-Series is designed to ride as naturally as possible, with a thumb-activated retention system for security, and low-friction, dual-density internal material for a smooth draw. The exterior is constructed from a proprietary, glass-reinforced nylon and soft-touch polymer liner. The T-Series is available in Level 2 or Level 3 configurations, with compact, light-bearing and RMR-compatible versions promised soon. For more information on the T-Series, which retails for between $139-$150 please visit blackhawk.com.



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