Tulster expands IWB Profile Holster series with Glock 43X, 48 models


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Tulster holsters ship in a variety of colors. (Photo: Tulster)

Tulster’s Profile IWB Holster gains a boost with the addition of new models created for Glock’s latest concealed carry inspired pistols, the Glock 43X and 48.

The Profile Holster boasts a minimalistic, concealable style with adjustable retention. Retention is positive, offering a “snap” when the Glocks are seated correctly in the holsters. The Profile utilizes an injection molded belt clip, however, a soft loop option exists for consumers who prefer the security of loops over clips. Further adding to the adjustability, the Profile Holster provides cant adjustments from zero to 15-degrees. Additional features include an undercut trigger, full sweat shield and rounded edges.

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The Profile IWB neatly fits the new Glock 43X and 48. (Photo: Tulster)

Tulster said the latest Profile models underwent some design improvements to fit the Glock models. While our current Glock 43 Profile holster did fit the 43X –the fitment was not perfect. After making some design improvements on our proprietary mold tools, we are excited to announce that the holster for the Glock 43now fits both the G43 and new G43X,” Tulster said in a news release. “With those small changes completed, the Glock 48molding tools have also been designed and put into production.”

The Profile Holster ships in a variety of colors with options for any shooter’s preference. The Profile sports a price tag of $59.99.

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