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BlackHawk Horizontal Shoulder Holster

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Product Description

The BlackHawk Horizontal should holster provides superior concealment, comfort and retention. This BlackHawk holster features a molded thumb break and a non-stretch retention strap. The horizontal carry and light weight nylon design provides the long lasting comfort you expect. Get your BlackHawk horizontal shoulder holster and feel the difference.

BlackHawk Horizontal Shoulder Holster Features
Horizontal carry and lightweight construction for increased comfort
Offside plate for optional accessories
Molded thumb break and non-stretch retention strap
Works with Single Row Mag Cases and Double Row Mag Cases

The BlackHawk Legacy
BlackHawk was founded in 1993 by former Navy SEAL Mike Noell. BlackHawk, with the meticulous obsession with quality, has made the ops gear of choice for Special Operation units worldwide. BlackHawk is now part of ATK Security and Sporting and is headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, with US manufacturing facilities in North Carolina, Montana and Idaho.

Leading the World
BlackHawk is a leading US manufacturer of tactical, military, shooting sports and law enforcement equipment. BlackHawk also is a global manufacturer of tactical gear, body armor, law enforcement duty gear, holsters, hydration systems, protective gloves and gear, apparel and footwear, knives, illumination tools, breaching tools, hunting gear and recoil reducing stocks.

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"Love what Mack's Prairie Wings does for the hunting community! Not only Waterfowl. Looking forward to representing their logo out in the field and out in the town." Aug 2015