First Impressions: Versacarry Element Holster

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posted on June 20, 2019
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Noted holster maker Versacarry has just announced a new leather inside-the-waistband (IWB) holster perfect for summertime CCW, as well as ease of use. It's called the Element, and it's designed with an easy on/off clip for convenience...meaning that you won't have to unbuckle your belt to remove your gun/holster combination. What's more, the Element offers a raised leather backing that not only shields you from the bulky or sharp outlines of the gun--it also protects the firearm from the sweat that is absolutely inevitable this time of year. It is handcrafted in the USA using Premium Water Buffalo leather and is available in left or right-handed orientations.

Another point that will please concealed carriers is that this holster requires about half the break-in time that you'll see from other leather holsters. Most leather holsters will require you to break in your holster before being able to use it. This is not only inconvenient but time-consuming. To avoid this, Versacarry includes a unique design that leaves the Element holster with a slight relief.

Shooters have a choice of three different sizes as well as a custom size for the SIG P365. Crafted from premium water buffalo leather, the Element will stand up to years of vigorous use. The MSRP is $33. Click here for more information

 

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