The Ambidextrous Appendix IWB/OWB Holster from Mission First Tactical offers versatility for your everyday carry needs. Let’s take a closer look.
The holster evaluated here is the Glock 43 – Ambidextrous Appendix IWB/OWB Holster, though this style of holster is available for several other handguns. The Glock 43 is a subcompact 9mm defensive handgun and it fits this Mission First Tactical holster perfectly.
You may know Mission First Tactical because of its popular rifle accessories, but it’s now in the holster business too, using Boltaron material for consistency and quality.
For using gun holsters, having options makes it easier to adapt your carry style to your context of use. The holster can be worn inside or outside the waistband and at the appendix position or any other position around the waist. It’s also ambidextrous. It comes set up with a 1.5-inch belt clip and comfort carry paddle. It’s sculpted for RMR use, which some people are doing even on a subcompact handgun. It has a tall sight channel and an open muzzle area.
Comfort Carry Paddle
The paddle is very large and will absorb some of the pistol’s weight. It has a deep channel for positive retention of the holster to the pants. The 1.5-inch belt clip is very aggressive.
For everyday concealed carry, you may want to wear this holster inside the waistband. For competition and range training, it may be more efficient to wear it outside the waistband. In the winter if you’re wearing a heavy jacket, outside the waistband may also be the best choice.
Most people will not need to take advantage of the holster’s being ambidextrous, but if you do, this holster is designed for it.
Made in the USA
Mission First Tactical is based in the United States, and all of its holsters are manufactured here. This holster is available in black and the suggested retail price is $49.99.
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