Black Friday served up more than just deals, with Raven Concealment Systems debuting its all-new, outside-the-waistband Perun holster to holiday shoppers.
Earning its moniker from a Slavic war god, the Perun is currently available for Glock 17, 19 and 43 users. The holster melds elements of Raven Concealment’s Eidolon and Phantom holsters together to create a compact size rig with a body-hugging design.
Its curved construction, which molds against the wearer’s body, is achieved through modular belt loops with each Perun holster shipping with three pairs of 1.5-inch loops — left hand 10-degree cant, right hand 10-degree cant and ambidextrous 0-degree cant. The loops put the power square in the hands of consumers, allowing for configuration on either side.
The Perun offers a retention slider that makes adjusting retention “as simple as turning up the volume on your stereo.” In addition, Raven Concealment says that the new rig is designed to hold its retention even after repeated draws and re-holstering.
Compatible with most slide-mounted red-dot optics, the holster also accommodates suppressor-height front sights up to .350-inches tall. The muzzle-end of the rig boasts an opening the company says is sufficient for most common after-market extended and threaded barrels with thread protectors. Raven Concealment tops the holster system off with both inboard and outboard full-height body shields which offer a level of protection for the firearm against sweat.
The Perun is available from Raven Concealment Systems with a MSRP of $39.