Gould & Goodrich introduced a concealment holster at the 2013 SHOT Show that includes an automatic, internal locking device. The company claims the draw from the new K900 holster is smooth and fluid.
When the gun is inserted into the holster, a positive click is felt and heard. A thumb release is activated when a proper grip is obtained by the wearer, which allows the draw. The thumb release is not easily seen by anyone around the wearer.
The holster has a black leather appearance, but the exterior material is a polymer laminate, which covers a kydex form. The interior of the holster is suede lined.
The standard holster ships with both a belt loop and a paddle back attachment, allowing the wearer to modify the holster to meet his or her requirements. An additional MOLLE attachment is available, but is purchased separately.
MSRP on the K900 is $59.00 and the holsters are made in the USA.