Weber Tactical Holsters

Duration: 11:53

Did you miss the first-ever PDN Live product review showcase? Here’s your chance to catch up on what PDN Executive Director Rob Pincus and Contributor Barret Kendrick covered on Weber Tactical Holsters.

As Rob puts it, the bottom line with gun holsters and their usage is that we need a good, secure way to carry our defensive handgun. Weber Tactical is a new player in this market.

MEET WEBER TACTICAL

Weber Tactical is a relatively young company that has come to Rob’s attention in the past six months, in particular for their approach to designing holsters, which is coming from outside the holster community and taking a fresh look at it.

Barret introduces Weber’s Trifecta holster. It can be worn Outside the Waistband (OWB), Inside the Waistband (IWB), or Appendix Inside the Waistband (AIWB). Other companies have tried to make multi-function holsters like this but not all have been successful.

Barret feels the Trifecta is successful because Weber really paid attention to making the holster better in each of the positions. The Trifecta allows you to quickly change your method of carry utilizing the same parts such as modwings and belt loops. Barret demonstrates how the Trifecta can be adjusted to securely and comfortably fit OWB, IWB and AIWB.

MATERIAL AND FEATURES

Weber Tactical Holsters are built from Boltaron, which is similar to Kydex but more durable and heat resistant, and less brittle.

All Weber Tactical Holsters are red-dot ready and are also cut for suppressor sights.

CHANGING HOLSTER POSITIONS

Among the reasons you might want a holster that can be worn in different positions are, you may want to carry IWB in the summer and OWB in the winter, when the firearm can be concealed by heavier clothing.

Barret also prefers beginning students in his handgun training courses to wear their holster OWB, though later they may choose to wear IWB.

Rob and Barret cover much more in their presentation on Weber Tactical Holsters, so be sure to watch the entire video.

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