Blackpoint Tactical, Viking Tactics Team Up For IWB/AIWB Holster

05/29/20 5:00 AM | by

VTAC IWB/AIWB

(Photo: Black Point Tactical)

VTAC IWB/AIWB

The VTAC IWB/AIWB functions as either an inside-the-waistband or an appendix IWB rig. (Photo: Black Point Tactical)

Blackpoint Tactical joins forces with Kyle Lamb and Viking Tactics to offer up an inside-the-waistband/appendix holster.

The Kydex holster features reinforced clips with a deep hook that helps stay in place even on thicker concealed carry belts. Ride height and cant are adjustable for a custom fit. The IWB/AIWB is equipped with an ergonomic contour pad that is beveled and user-adjustable. Additionally, the contour pad works to tuck the grip and magwell area into the wearer’s abdomen in the AIWB position, allowing for better concealment especially on larger pistol platforms.

Tyler Johnson, a Principal of Blackpoint Tactical, said the ability to work alongside Kyle Lamb was an honor. “It is an honor to work closely with a legend like Mr. Lamb; especially on a from-the-ground-up project where our collective thoughts and ideas quickly developed into a finished product that we are very proud of, and one our customers will be very excited to use,” Johnson said in a press release.

VTAC IWB/AIWB

The VTAC IWB/AIWB offers reinforced clips with a deep hook for better retention on belts. (Photo: Black Point Tactical)

“It has been a pleasure working with the crew from BlackPoint Tactical to develop a holster with the custom features I have been in search of. I’ve used a lot of what’s out there – and modified more than my fair share – and I’m proud to say that we’ve hit it out of the park with not only the form but also the function with this new holster design,” Kyle Lamb, Founder and President of Viking Tactics said.

The VTAC IWB holster will initially launch with support for Sig Sauer’s P365 and P320 Full-Size, Glock’s G19, G43 and G43X, and the Smith & Wesson Shield. The IWB/AIWB holster will also be cut for slide-mounted miniature red dots.

The VTAC IWB features a base price of $109.

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