Product Preview: Bravo Concealment DOS Holster

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posted on February 21, 2017
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Kydex and grommets are en vogue on the American holster market today, so too is appendix inside-the-waistband (AIWB) concealed carry. Bravo Concealment has a product that addresses both trends. The DOS, for Drop Out of Sight, holster follows Bravo Concealment’s recipe for minimalist construction but excellent retention. An open-top design, the DOS uses two belt clips, attached by Chicago-style screws, and secures the gun behind the front of the trigger guard. The newly introduced DOS-L, “L” for light-bearing, holster is also available for Glocks and Smith & Wesson M&Ps equipped with popular firearm-mounted lights. Price: $54 to $70. Contact: Bravo Concealment; (956) 783-7682; bravoconcealment.com.

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