StealthGearUSA Introduces The New SG-Revolution Holster

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After carrying a StealthGearUSA holster for the better part of the last year, I take notice when they introduce a new model. The Utah-based company has become well known for their VentCore inside the waistband holsters and has grown by leaps and bounds over the last several years adding more models faster than most companies can think.

The new SG-Revolution holster combines the .093 Kydex shell we have grown to love on their flagship VentCore line with a laser cut ACX-57 polymer platform. The result is an ultra light holster that tips the scales at only 4.3 ounces, for the IWB standard model, while hopefully retaining many of the benefits of the VentCore line.

One of the complaints I have heard about StealthGearUSA’s product line is cost. A holster with their name on it can often set you back over $100. Normally I would say that good gear isn’t cheap, but StealthGearUSA was able to bring the new SG-Revolution to market at a low $59 MSRP.

Some of the features we can expect to see with the SG-Revolution are a battle-worn finish on the Kydex shell, a ship time of under 72 hours, and three holster options to choose from, IWB Standard, IWB-Mini, and AWIB.

Check out StealthGearUSA‘s website HERE for more information. I imagine that TFB will bring you a review of the new holster sometime soon. Heck, I might even buy one for my Glock 19 or Sig P320 once they are released. They will be rolling out the new SG-Revolution by gun model according to the schedule below.

  • October 28, 2016: Glock 19, Glock 26, Glock 43 and Smith and Wesson Shield 9mm / .40 models
  • November 18, 2016: Sig P938, Walther P30SK, and Springfield XDS 3.3″ 9mm/.40/.45
  • December 9, 2016: H&K VP9, Walther P320C w/rail, and Walther PPS M2
  • December 30, 2016: -Springfield Mod 2. 3″ 9mm/.40, Smith and Wesson M&P Compact, and Glock 17
  • January 2017: Glock 42, Ruger LC9, and Walther PPQ

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Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Michael

    Ugh, I literally just spent $100 on one of their fde aiwb holsters yesterday

    • Jacob

      As did i… but the good news is that it doesnt look like there will be a p229 model until next year so i guess i dont regret it.

    • Sianmink

      It’s worth it. Wear a SG Onyx all day every day, and I forget it’s even there.

  • Bradley

    I can’t see how that could be as comfortable as the vent core.

    • Jacob

      I was thinking the same.

    • John Yossarian

      Aye – SG’s soft VentCore holsters can be worn against skin. I consider a holster that doesn’t require an undershirt to be a huge advantage in the summertime.

  • gte

    No plastic holster is worth that kind of money!!!

    • Harry’s Holsters

      Why not? When you look at the R&D and manufacturing cost it looks like a deal.

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      $60? I beg to differ.

    • Flstf808

      Correct, I would rather pay a little for a Ted Blocker leather holster, better and not so stiff , Oh and I have worn mine for almost ten years and in both Oregon and Texas with 3 different guns. Well worth it over Mattel holsters!

  • Harry’s Holsters

    This is one of the most innovative companies in the holster game. They make one of the best products in their class. Hopefully this product will encourage people to spend another $20 and get a better product than the current most popular holster in the lower priced hybrid holsters. Instructor I’ve talked to say they see a ton of problems with the particular company I’m talking about.

  • Harry’s Holsters

    Can’t wait to see the Walther P30SK!

  • Roy G Bunting

    The holster looks pretty good. But can the faux “distressing” style go away from all gun related products, please? Exception granted for art pieces like the warbird style guns. It only looks good from a distance and is too often applied to plastic parts that don’t wear that way.

    It’s a minor annoyance, but it seems to be getting more prevalent.

    • Swarf

      Strongly agree.

  • W Rusty

    They always leave out the Beretta 92FS. It’s hard to find a good holster for the Beretta. After all the M9 is standard issue side arm for the military.

  • Blackhawk

    Frankly, I’m done with those plastic over-the-belt clips; they don’t appear to hold my IWB holsters securely – and it’s damned embarrassing to have your holster falling out of your trousers, especially when you’re “not supposed to be wearing one.” I’m not much in favor of the hybrid holsters these days, either, despite the supposed comfort they provide.

  • Thomas Noel

    I have an Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 3 IWB that I really enjoy wearing. It has been really comfortable to wear down here in Georgia. And the price was really good. How would the Stealth Gear compare to Alien Gear?