Although optics on your pistol can enhance your accuracy, they also make it harder to carry. Finding a holster that is optics compatible isn’t impossible, but finding the right one for you can be more difficult. With its recent release, the Rebel OWB, Versacarry offers another option for your Springfield Hellcat or Sig P365.
Versacarry Rebel Springfield Hellcat and Sig P365 OWB Holster
The new Rebel OWB holster from Versacarry features a custom-molded polymer front, attached to a high-quality leather backing. Further, the leather backing combines two-tone vegetable-tanned water buffalo leather—black and brown—for striking aesthetics. The brown leather trim has an American flag embossed into one corner, thus signifying the holster’s country of origin. The raised black leather backing provides additional comfort for the carrier.
The Rebel OWB holster is available in your choice of either Springfiled Hellcat or Sig Sauer P365. It is fit for 3.1-inch barrel only, so it is important to note that it will not fit the Sig P365 XL. The polymer front features a low-cut front line, as a result the Rebel is able to carry either pistol with attached optics.
The Rebel has a forward cant, therefore ensuring the most comfortable and accurate purchase of your firearm, for a natural draw. The adjustable retention screw sits just below the trigger guard, allowing you the option to set your tension your way.
The Versacarry Rebel OWB holster is available now, with an MSRP of $59.99. For more info, please visit Versacarry.com.
Versacarry Rebel OWB Holster Features:
- Optics Compatible
- Custom-Molded Polymer Front
- Forward Cant
- Adjustable Draw Tension
- Outside the Waistband Holster
- Raised Protective Backing
- Hybrid Construction
- Vegetable-Tanned Water Buffalo Leather
- Industrial Grade Bonded Nylon Thread
- Designed for use with a standard 1.5-inch wide belt designed for carry
- Proudly Made in the USA
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- 30-Day Returns
Optics-Ready Springfield Hellcat and Sig P365 OWB Holster – Personal Defense World is written by Joshua Swanagon for www.personaldefenseworld.com