Light Bearing Spectre Shoulder Holster
Starts at $189
ALL SPECTRE SHOULDER HOLSTERS ARE CLEARED FOR RED DOT OPTICS AND THREADED BARRELS AS STANDARD
They work equally well without those modifications installed
With the surge of concealed carry, we decided it was time to look backward and revisit some timeless styles and designs to see if we could update them with modern materials and construction techniques. A shoulder holster once was the defacto method of concealed carry. Everyone from movie spies to everyday people carried their guns in a shoulder rig.
And yet the shoulder holster seemingly has fallen out of favor in recent years. Perhaps it’s due to the advent of new materials such as Kydex and new carry styles such as Appendix IWB. Perhaps it’s because most shoulder holsters on the market are made as cheaply as possible, with little attention to the important details. Just another piece of poorly constructed nylon destined to be forgotten in a drawer somewhere. For the longest time, shoulder holsters were hamstrung by inferior retention systems, poorly thought-out harnesses, and bad finish details.
But at GunfightersINC, we hope to change the trend of poor fit and bad materials. We’ve taken the shoulder holster back to the drawing board and fully re-engineered it to be a viable option for modern concealed carry techniques.
The Spectre Shoulder Holster is designed to be the deep concealment companion to the Kenai Chest Holster. After tons of feedback from customers that have loved the Kenai and want a deep concealment option, we built the Spectre to meet the demand.
Fitting, Features and Overview of the New Spectre Light Bearing Shoulder Holster