DeSantis releases new hunting holsters for Glock 40

10/9/18 6:30 AM | by

The Dual Angle Hunter holster now provides Glock 40 fans a means to carry in the field.(Photo: DeSantis)

DeSantis Gunhide divvies up new holsters for Glock hunters looking to outfit the Glock 40, with or without installed reflex sights.

The Dual Angle Hunter and Terminator enter DeSantis’ lineup with the intent of offering Glock hunters a means to safely carry while in the field. The Dual Angle Hunter kicks off the series serving up a conventional hip draw or cross draw. Using premium saddle leather, the Dual Angle Hunter is molded to the Glock 40. Working alongside belts up to 1 3/4-inches wide, the holster is available in tan lined leather. The Dual Angle Hunter can be purchased for either right-handed or left-handed use and retails for $120.

The Terminator rounds out the newest offerings, delivering a bandoleer style shoulder holster. Constructed from waterproof suede and leather, the Terminator offers a fully lined design made from full grain leather and oil finished in saddle tan. Fitted with an adjustable tension device, the holster also provides a hammer strap and a belt tie down. The bandoleer fits up to a 54-inch chest and retails for $199.

Both holsters are available through DeSantis Gunhide.

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