Prefer leather to Kydex, but you like running an optic? Sort of a best of both worlds, you get to be high tech with a little bit old school. We might have the solution for you, the 1791 Gunleather Optic Cut Holster. They seem to accommodate most pistol optics and are made with certified American, heavy native steerhide all available in several colors
Because sometimes a holster made of something that had a parent is preferable to a soulless hunk of plastic.
The 1791 Gunleather optic cut holster comes in several different variants depending on what style of blaster you’re looking to carry. They are as follows: BH2.4S, BH2.4, BH2.1, BH 2.1, BH1s, BH1, and the BHC.
That’s a ton of holsters, right? So let’s break it down.
Every single one of those holsters is a leather open-top optic cut holster, ranging from 4-5 inch barrels of varying sizes, that run an FBI forward cant. The only major exception is the BHC, a compact design to work with the Glock 43. Additionally, the BH2.4S, BH2.4, and BH2.1 are all multi-fit holsters, while the BH1 & BH1S are for the 1911 and the “Commander” size 1911, respectively.
There are some more specifications and quirks between the various models like being an open bottom or not, so definitely give them a close look, they get specific!
1791 Gunleather Optic Cut Holster Features:
- OR cut that accommodate most pistol optics
- Multi-fit design
- Sweat Guard
- FBI Forward Cant
They all come in one of four colors as well, Classic Brown, Signature Brown, Stealth Black, and “vintage” which just seem to be a more worn brown.
1791 Gunleather seems to be pretty confident about the quality of the product, so maybe you should give it a look. Here’s some of what they had to say about it: “Don’t settle for a drawer full of OWB holsters you can’t use. Invest in one durable holster from 1791 Gunleather, designed by true artisans, to have the superb reinforced stitching and snug fit you deserve for your prized possession.”
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