Buying several holsters for the same gun, multiplied by multiple firearms, means a lot of dough spent. While there’s no such thing as one holster to fit every need, Bianchi Leather has just released a new holster aimed at cutting down wasted money and space in the holster drawer. Convertible from inside-the-waistband to outside-the-waistband, this is the new Shenandoah OWB/IWB Holster from Bianchi Leather.
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Bianchi®, a brand of The Safariland Group, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets, today announced the availability of the Shenandoah, a new hybrid in-waist-band/outside-waist-band holster. The Shenandoah is an innovative option for those who carry micro-9mms and is optics ready.
Bianchi’s Shenandoah Convertible Hybrid Holster
The Shenandoah is designed to be an all-in-one solution. The holster comes with OWB belt loops, IWB adapters, IWB J-hook, a wedge device, and a foam AIWB pad. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, users can switch between an IWB and an OWB holster. Several configurations are available by mixing and matching attachment methods. It all comes down to personal preference.
The full-grain leather exterior is available in either black or tan. The interior is injection molded for fit, and suede-lined to protect your firearm’s finish. The holster also adds retention via the Pinch Retention Device (PRD), which clicks around the trigger guard. These are available in right-handed or wrong-handed draws.
Take a stroll over to Bianchi’s website if you’re looking to pick one of these up. If you want to see other options coming from Bianchi, make sure you like and follow them on all their social pages. You can find Bianchi on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Stay sharp out there!
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