Mission First Tactical (MFT) has expanded its American-made product line to include handgun holsters designed for law enforcement, military and civilian use. Working with a team of experienced advisors and designers, MFT chose to make the holsters from Boltaron because this material is 10 times more impact resistant than standard polymers. It also provides uniform wall thickness and resistance to damage caused by extreme heat, cold, scratches and exposure to chemicals. Every holster is assembled and finished by hand to ensure proper fit. The new MFT holsters are proudly MADE IN THE USA with the Outside-the-Waistband (OWB) making its debut at SHOT Show 2017 this January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Options for a variety of pistol models and magazine pouches will be available soon. MSRP: $69.99.
SHOT Show 2017: Mission First Tactical (MFT) Pistol Holsters
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