Wilderness Tactical Safepacker Belt Holster Right Hand 7" x 8" Nylon Black

Product #: 890391 Wilderness Tactical #: SPOFFRH
Ships 12/01/2015 from MidwayUSA
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  • Information
The unique design of the Safepacker holster allows it to be used in the following ways:

  • A belt holster
  • Shoulder bag
  • Hand-held grip
  • Gun case

    In addition to the main compartment for the pistol, it also features a compartment for a spare magazine or speedloader and extra ammunition.

    Technical Information

  • Fits Colt Officer's Model and similar including Colt Defender, Kimber Ultra, Para-Ordnance Para Carry, Springfield Micro Compact, Glock 19, 23, 30, 32, 36 (also 26 and 27 when used with Pearce Grip Extensions on the magainze), Para-Ordnance P12, Beretta 84, 85, 86, Mini Cougar, S&W 908, Kahr K9, K40, Ruger SP101 with 2-1/4" barrel, Makarov, Taurus PT145, Walther P22 standard length with laser attached
  • IF using Colt Defender, Kimber Ultra, Par-Ord Para Carry, Springfield Micro Compact, G26, G27 -- this must be used with the Wilderness Tactical Short Slide Muzzle Spacer (not included, must be purchased separately)
  • Glock note: the Glock-branded weaponlight is slightly taller than the Insight/Streamlight M3 series or Surefire X200 and will not fit this Safepacker correctly - use the 7-3/8" x 9-1/4" Safepacker for this application
  • Holds handgun and one spare magazine (not designed for magazines with extended floorplates) or two 5 or 6 shot speedloaders stacked on on top of the other
  • Inner core is closed-cell neoprene padding
  • Outer flap has a hidden side-access document compartment with a hook and loop closure
  • Outer flap secures with an adjustable strap with a delrin buckle
  • Wide, reinforced belt loop on the back wraps around and secures with hook and loop
  • Retention strap on the top
  • Right hand means a right-handed shooter. If carried in the hand, the Safepacker is carried in the support side hand and accessed with the dominant hand
  • The firearm is not drawn upward when the outer flap is open, the firearm is drawn foward, toward the target. The seam at the barrel of the firearm is held closed with hook and loop and is then "torn" open as the firearm is presented
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