Uncle Mike’s Reflex Holster Adapter Plate

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posted on February 27, 2014
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Uncle Mike’s has introduced a new adapter plate for its Reflex Holster, offering versatility to law enforcement and competitive shooters alike.

Designed to work in conjunction with the most popular belt loop and strap accessory products from Uncle Mike’s, including the inside the waistband adapter and both drop leg platforms, the Reflex Adapter Plate allows law enforcement professionals to use the Reflex Holster in multiple carry positions.

For competitors, the Reflex Adapter Plate is compatible with the removable rotating belt loop, which positions the firearm in an ideal draw position for multi-gun and handgun competition. Following practice or competition, the holster can be quickly removed from the belt loop attachment for a seamless transition between shooting and non-shooting moments on the range or during competition.

The Uncle Mike’s Reflex Adapter Plate is available for an MSRP of $18.95 and is compatible with the following Uncle Mike’s accessories:

Inside the Waistband Adapter: $34.95

Single Strap Drop Leg Platform: $47.95

Double Strap Drop Leg Platform: $47.95

Removable Rotating Belt Loop: $28.95

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