JM4 Tactical expands QCC holster series, offering Roughneck version

JM4 Tactical offers the Roughneck QCC to shooters looking to save a little money on their carry rig. (Photo: JM4 Tactical)

JM4 Tactical offers the Roughneck QCC to shooters looking to save a little money on their carry rig. (Photo: JM4 Tactical)

JM4 Tactical adds to its series of QCC holsters, unveiling the new Roughneck QCC in steer hide leather.

The Roughneck QCC is handcrafted in the U.S. using premium steer hide. Designed with only one layer of leather that offers a smooth exterior for comfort, the interior and strap of the rig are equipped with roughout leather.

Made from vegetable tanned leather, JM4 says shooters need not worry. There is no chrome salt against the holstered gun.  The holster features the same functionality as the original QCC, providing concealed carriers a means to wear their gun without the need for belt loops.

The company says the latest addition was designed to respond directly to consumer requests for a QCC style holster at a lower price point. JM4 Tactical says no quality was sacrificed and that the new holster upholds the QCC line’s durability.

“The Roughneck was designed to offer a lower priced version of the flagship QCC Holster while still allowing for all day comfort with unbeatable design and functionality,” JM4 Tactical said in a press release.

While the original QCC comes in at $69.95, the Roughneck slashes the price down to $49.99.