DSG Holsters Rolls Out Several FN 509 Holsters On The Heels Of The New Gun Being Announced

DSG Holsters has revealed one of the first commercial FN 509 holsters to hit the market. DSG Arms in Fort Worth, Texas are a group of wonderful folks that have dedicated themselves to providing the best possible product for both the consumer and the professional shooter. In that quest to offer the best product they possibly can, they saw a place for a high-quality holster option that was priced at a much more attainable level than the other offerings on the market.

DSG was able to produce the new holsters just in time for the release of the handgun and even took the time to take some pretty great photos of the handgun by itself. While this post might be about holsters, we all like gun porn, why not toss some in there as well.

I got the chance to take the HR holster out to the range and really put it through its paces, I have to say that it is a pretty damn good holster. Since we have another writer already working on a review I will leave the thoughts about DSG Holsters’ merits to that writer. (Spoiler alert, they are kick ass holsters.)

The new 509 holsters are available in every configuration that DSG has available currently in both FDE and black with the exception of the Alpha holster that will come later. Both the canted and straight drop version of the HR holster carry an MSRP of $69 and the CDC IWB holster has an MSRP of $55.

Check out DSG Holsters on the web HERE for more information and up to date pricing. I understand they will be at NRA 2017 and MIGHT have a special on the new additions to the holster lineup.

 



Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and Co-Director for TFBTV. He is a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially overly modified plastic handguns, precision rifles, and AR based things. You can follow Patrick on Instagram @tfbpatrick, Facebook, or contact him by email at TFBpatrick@gmail.com.

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  • john huscio

    Recoil assembly looks like another barrel

  • I’m surprised more of the smaller holster companies don’t get in on this FIRST TO MARKET! action, given how fast and easy the turnaround time is on kydex designs for new pistols; have an in-house FFL who can get dealer samples before a new model drops for the general public, and you can have a whole range of holsters on the shelves and the internet before the pistols even cross the counter.

    These are also good prices on good designs, thanks for clueing me in to a Texas Local shop!

    • Patrick R. – Senior Writer

      No pistols to be had man. They won’t be in the wild for another few days.

      • Moondo

        I found one online Dealer, is showing the 10 round version in stock.

        • Patrick R. – Senior Writer

          They are just getting into the wild.

  • Blake

    Why does the slide look like injection molded plastic?

    • Rick O’Shay

      Why does the entire gun look like injection molded plastic? Holy s*** I knew homely girls in high school that looked better than that thing.

      • Blake

        …well besides the slide – that would be because the entire visible gun *is* made out of injection molded plastic.

  • Gary Kirk

    Didn’t even read the article, was just scrolling through.. Still, that’s a damned ugly pistol.. Guess they’re really trying to take a run at “block”

    • valorius

      Agree 100%. My god that gun is ugly.