Fobus Holster announced the launch of a new variant of the versatile SWMP holster designed to fit Smith & Wesson’s latest pistol, the M2.0.
The high density injection molded polymer holster falls under the Evolution Series heading and provides passive retention. The retention can be user adjusted and customized via an adjustment screw. The holster features steel reinforced rivets that secure the holster to the attachment point while strengthening the overall system.
The SWMP is designed to work with the 9mm, .40 and .45 caliber M&P 2.0 and is available in paddle, belt and roto styles.
The paddle assembly includes a proprietary rubber insert on the paddle backing. This insert seeks to prevent the holster from moving on the user while simultaneously elevating comfort. The roto version allows for a 360 degree rotation. It can be used alongside the paddle or belt attachment and can be canted to the user’s preference.
Additionally, Evolution Series double mag pouches also accommodate the M2.0’s magazines. The 6909ND fits the 9mm and .40 magazines while the 6945 works with the .45. Both mag pouches include an adjustment screw for user customization.
Both the SWMP holster and mag pouches are offered at $38.99 for the paddle and belt variants, while the roto style sees a slight price bump at $42.99.