[NERD] and STI team up to offer Pistol Coffin 3 Gun Holster

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A pair of STI pistols in the [NERD] Pistol Coffin 3 Gun Holster. (Photo: Next Evolution Research and Design)

Next Evolution Research and Design partnered with STI to develop the Pistol Coffin 3 Gun Holster developed for 3-Gun competitors.

The holster strives to maintain competitors’ safety while still allowing for a consistent, fast and repeatable draw stroke. Constructed out of Kydex custom molded in Georgia, the rig includes an Invictus Practical Holster Hanger that is approximately six inches long and two inches wide and is constructed out of hard-anodized aluminum with 18-8 stainless hardware. The set also includes a BladeTech Tek-Loc belt attachment device.

The [NERD] Pistol Coffin boasts a special hood that keeps the rear sight protected during competition. The Trigger Guard Retention snaps into place around the trigger guard of the handgun to ensure security of the gun during movement.

The [NERD] Pistol Coffin 3 Gun Holster fits all 2011 pistols up to 5-inches with or without a tac rail in addition to STI’s DVC 3-GUN and features a MSRP starting at $159.99.

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