Bravo Concealment ushers in new Torsion 3.0 holster (VIDEO)

 

Bravo Concealment continues dishing out new goods for concealed carry fans, launching the new Torsion 3.0 model holster.

The Torsion 3.0 boasts similar features to the company’s original Torsion holster but with some added perks. The Torsion 3.0 takes the holster from Kydex to a Polymer plastic design which Bravo says brings a more rigid holster to the table. The design also reduces its overall footprint with a minimalistic style. The 3.0 also offers an adjustable retention screw allowing users to fine-tune retention to their own preferences.

The holster is compatible with Glock pistols. (Photo: Bravo Concealment)

“The question is, how did we change something so iconic without taking away from it? We made it personal. How? By adding a retention setting to it now you can take your desired retention and apply it to your gun holster,” Bravo Concealment said in a news release. “We have also taken away from the original footprint to make it as small as possible. Our standard Torsion already has a very small footprint but when you are going IWB every millimeter counts.”

The IWB holster is currently available for Glock pistols to include the 19, 19X, 19 MOS, 23, 32 and 45. The Torsion 3.0 is available now with a MSRP of $49.99.

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