New High Ride Belt Loop Holster Clip from MFT

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New High Ride Belt Loop Holster Clip from MFT

Mission First Tactical (MFT), a manufacturer of high-quality rifle/carbine accessories and holsters made in the USA, has introduced the High Ride Adjustable holster belt loop attachment. This new addition is ideal for those looking to carry their firearms for everyday use. There are no current images of this product, just filler graphics.

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“The new MFT High Ride Adjustable holster belt loop attachment is a great companion for your OWB holster,” said Bobby McGee, Executive Vice President Product Management & Innovation, Mission First Tactical. “The High Ride belt loop attachment makes everyday carry a little more convenient. The belt slides through the loops of the attachment and keeps the firearm high and tight to the body for all-day comfortable carry.”

The MFT High Ride Adjustable holster belt loop attachment is designed to be compatible with the widely used 3-hole pattern holster. It securely attaches to your belt, ensuring safety and stability. These belt loop attachments come in two popular belt sizes: 1.5 inches and 1.75 inches, making them a valuable addition to your OWB (Outside the Waistband) holster collection. Each holster attachment includes a Hardware Kit that consists of three 8-32 x .375 screws and three 1/8-inch nylon washers, making installation a straightforward process.


– Strong injection molded material
– Hardware included (3) 8-32 x .375 screws & (3) 1/8″ nylon washers
– Available in 1.5” (38mm) or 1.75” (44.5mm) belt width
– Made in the USA

– Designed for the MFT Pro Series OWB belt holster
– Compatible with most popular 3-hole pattern holsters
– Low Profile slim lined ergonomic contoured design
– Adjustable 15-degree cant

MSRP: $24.99

Stay tuned for more information on this and other products from Mission First Tactical on TFB.

Patrik O
Patrik O

-Former Army Photographer / Videographer -Current Aviation Student -Future in debt due to Firearm collection

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