Firearms|Firearm Accessories Earlier this year, Blackhawk released their new series of Stache IWB holsters. The new series of holsters where designed by Blackhawk to be rigid yet modular allowing the […]
Earlier this year, Blackhawk released their new series of Stache IWB holsters. The new series of holsters where designed by Blackhawk to be rigid yet modular allowing the user the freedom to adjust the holster to their needs. The Stache holsters where only available for a few different handguns when originally released. Now, Blackhawk is expanding Stache series to fit G43s, Hellcats, and GX4s handguns.
The Blackhawk Stache holsters are made from impact resistance, injected molded plastic. The holster uses a single clip to attach to your belt. If you are rocking a red dot sight on your pistol it won’t interfere with that sight. You also have other attachments you can add to your holster such as claw or an extra magazine.
Below, is the product announcement from Blackhawk on the expanding Stache series.
Blackhawk®, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, has announced new handgun fits for the Stache™ IWB holster. With additional holsters accommodating an even wider selection of handguns, more gunowners can count on the Stache as their everyday carry solution.
Among the new fits for the Stache IWB are the GLOCK® 43 and Taurus® GX4™, both of which are quickly becoming some of the most popular concealed carry handguns on the market.
Colt 1911 Commander,Staccato C2, 4″ 1911s
GLOCK 43X/48 with Streamlight TLR 7 Sub or SureFire XSC
M&P Shield 9/40 with Streamlight TLR-6, Crimson Trace Lightguard, or Laserguard Pro
S&W M&P 9/40
Taurus Millennium G2C/G3C
GLOCK 43/43X, Springfield Armory Hellcat, Taurus GX4
The new Blackhawk Stache holsters retail at $39.99 MSRP for the base model. The premium model retails at $64.95 MSRP.
What are your thoughts on Blackhawk’s new Stache holsters? Let us know in the comments below.
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