Product Preview: Bravo Concealment RTT Holster

posted on December 9, 2015
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Designed with recommendations from firearm instructors, and popular YouTube trainers Cory and Erika of Range Time Tactical Shooting, the RTT Holster from Bravo Concealment offers versatility and concealability. Slim and trim like other models from the Texas-based manufacturer, the RTT uses .08”-thick Kydex, molded and hand finished, to ensure durability, proper fit and solid retention for the customer’s selected firearm. Holsters are available for many semi-automatic defensive pistols, and light-bearing models are available to accommodate many popular handgun/light combinations. Metal grommets, screws and barrel nuts, and rubber washers are used to secure the two molded Kydex sheets together and attach the polymer belt loops. Once assembled, the holster is contoured and polished for a clean look and comfortable wear. 

The RTT is distinguished from other Bravo Concealment holsters by its standard straight drop (zero cant) design and its medium-height sweat guard (BC holster’s typically provide a 10 degree cant and the option for high, medium or low sweat guard). The zero cant, while not as common in concealment holsters, is a great feature for a range or training rig since it promotes 3-o’clock carry and straight-up and -down draw strokes and reholstering. As with other Bravo Concealment products, the RTT is designed for close-to-the-body OWB wear, but will readily accept the company’s belt clips or soft loops for a quick IWB conversion. Price: $70 (standard); $75 (light-bearing). Contact: Bravo Concealment; (956) 783-7682; bravoconcealment.com.

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