StealthGear USA will unleash its brand new SG-Revolution line of inside-the-waistband holsters and magazine carriers onto consumers later this month.
Though the LCP II was just announced last week, gear makers are already spitting out accessories for Ruger’s newest pistol.
Gun gear makers are pushing their marketing towards Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as millennials continue to gravitate to this online means of consumption.
Holster manufacturer Comp-Tac Victory Gear announced plans to discount their gear as well as donate $5,000 to the Concerns of Police Survivors charity to show support for the law enforcement community.
Galco Gunleather, of Phoenix, has a wide range of holsters for the newly released M&P Shield in .45 ACP.
Safariland Group revealed plans to expand on its line of concealable holsters with the addition of models geared towards the new Smith & Wesson M&P .45 ACP.
The gear manufacturer unveiled a cleaner, sleeker looking booth at the NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville to accompany a newly redesigned website.
The Gadget is an inexpensive replacement striker retainer plate for Glock pistols that prevents the trigger from being pulled while being holstered.
“When we got the call, it was really neat,” said Dennis Badurina, owner of Dragon Leatherworks.
Both Blade-Tech and DeSantis are announcing updated versions of their holsters for the G43, with 18 updated holsters for the single-stack 9mm between them.