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BLACKHAWK! Releases New 3-in-1 Concealed Carry Holster

BLACKHAWK!‘s Leather Tuckable Pancake Holster

BLACKHAWK!‘s new Leather Tuckable Pancake Holster offers maximum versatility and the ability to adapt to most popular carry configurations. Plus, more versatility means one holster to do it all saving you money.

BLACKHAWK!‘s Leather Tuckable Pancake Holster
BLACKHAWK!‘s Leather Tuckable Pancake Holster
The design allows civilians and law enforcement officers to choose from inside-the-waistband, tuckable or belt-mounted wear. The holster combines premium leather and injection-molded plastic to offer comfort, security and rugged durability.

The Tuckable Pancake Holster features a three-slot design for strong-side, behind-the-hip, appendix and cross-draw carry on belts up to 1.75” wide. It offers tension-adjustable retention and a trigger guard for safety and security. Adjustable cant and ride, along with a built-in shirt shield, add comfort and a moisture barrier between the user and firearm.

“We know that our customers rely on their equipment to keep them safe, and we are excited to offer such a multifaceted holster,” said Jarrett Beck, BLACKHAWK! Product Director. “This new holster offers personal adjustability, safety, convenience and value in an all-in-one package.”

What’s your favorite holster? Share it in the comment section.

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Comments (2)

  1. I’m with you Dave. Something about a leather holster that gets softer and better by the year. They last longer than us too. red dog gun leather is a holster maker I found from a friend and just the smell of the beauty makes me love carrying my weapon all day. I know tons of cheap holsters are out there, but for me, made in America by Americans is something to proud of.

  2. I guess I’m just a traditionalist. Modern holsters are UGLY. I much prefer the smell and feel of a good leather holster. I grew up with Bianci, Shoemaker, and Safariland, to name a few. They carried my duty gear and my sporting gear.

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