Uncle Mike’s Introduces Versatile IWB Holster

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posted on March 27, 2014
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Uncle Mike’s has introduced the IWB Tuckable holster, an ambidextrous inside-the-waistband holster that can be worn in a myriad of positions.

The IWB Tuckable Holster can be positioned for right- or left-handed shooters while being worn anywhere on the waistline, including in the most common concealed-carry positions: appendix, cross draw and small of back.

The IWB Tuckable features five adjustment points on the clip and three on the holster, providing numerous carry options for the ultimate in concealment and comfort. The IWB Tuckable Holster is available for $44.95 in four models and fits 85 percent of the handguns on the market.

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