Bravo Concealment brings new molded paddle attachments (VIDEO)

01/14/19 10:30 AM | by

Bravo Concealment launches molded paddle attachments created to convert Bravo Concealment outside-the-waistband holsters and mag pouches into easy “on/off” paddle holsters.

Accommodating belt sizes 1.25-inches to 1.50-inches, the Paddle Attachments are designed from a polymer blend that offer a lightweight, comfortable style. The attachments mount to existing gun holsters or magazine pouches by simply swapping out the belt loops and replacing them with the Paddle Attachments and regular Phillips screw driver.

Bravo Concealment said the Paddle Attachments work with all 3.0 and second-generation gun holsters as well as Bravo branded mag pouches.

Bravo Concealment brings Paddle Attachments to its series to convert its OWB holsters to paddle style rigs. (Photo: Bravo Concealment)

“Imagine not having to thread your belt through the holster belt loops anymore. Just slip your gun holster over your belt, it’s that simple,” Bravo Concealment said in a news release. “These Paddle Attachments hold on to dear life and will not let go until you decide otherwise. Comfortable to wear all day long, these attachments make your everyday concealed carry lifestyle easy.”

Bravo says the Paddle Attachments come with an unlimited lifetime warranty and 30-day money back guarantee. The Paddle Attachments are available from Bravo Concealment with a MSRP of $23.89. However, the company is currently running a limited time promotion knocking the price of the attachments down to $19.89.

The Paddle Attachments ship as a pair. (Photo: Bravo Concealment)

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