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OfficerStore.com Offers 3 TASER X2 Holsters

October 11, 2011  | 

OfficerStore.com now offers both the Blade-Tech X2 Holster, Blackhawk TASER X-2 Duty Holster and the Safariland Model 6520 to secure the TASER X2 with the retention level required by most departments, according to the company.

Blade-Tech's X2 holster is rugged and has the same dependable retention mechanism as Blade-Tech's X26 holster. The X2 holster covers the trigger guard. The safety mechanism automatically re-engages when the X2 is re-holstered and the security hood actuated.

Blade-Tech's X2 holster has a higher heat temperature deflection than other materials used in many other holsters. This material has no memory loss in high-heat climates and is very stable through both temperature extremes. The finish is textured, non-reflective, and matte black. The holster also has solid riveted construction to eliminate the possibility of screw or post loosening.

The holster itself is mounted with Blade-Tech's Tek-Mount system, allowing multiple carry positions, including straight drop, muzzle forward and FBI cant.

The BlackHawk TASER X2 Duty Holster features proven SERPA security, a versatile Mod-U-Lock belt clip that allows easy exchange among officers, and offers fast access via cross-draw or strong side, helping prevent confusion with primary weapon. The release is operated with the trigger finger as part of a natural drawing motion. The TASER can be rocked back to remove it instead of the traditional straight draw.

An opening in the bottom lets water out to protect cartridges, yet retains the probes in case of accidental activation while still in the holster. The holster is designed to automatically engage the TASER's safety when re-holstering and cover the trigger once holstered.

The holster's rigid molded body provides improved retention and protection from impact or attempted grabs. It's designed to carry the TASER X2 with any power module or optional camera unit attached. Also features extended coverage at the top that hides and protects the polycarbonate digital readout window. It's available in matte black finish—basket weave or plain black may be available by special order.

The versatile Blackhawk Mod-U-Lock attachment system adjusts to quickly snap onto belts from 1.5 to 2.25 inches wide, so it can be easily attached to, or taken off a duty belt, allowing the holstered TASER to be easily exchanged among officers as shifts or assignments change, without removing other gear.

The Safariland Model 6520 SLS EDW Level II Retention Holster features the proven SLS protection and still allows of fast access. The user-adjustable cant allows for the adjustment of the holster angle for strong side or cross draw carry and an easy on, easy off adjustable clip-on belt clip.

The 6520 is custom molded of super durable SafariLaminate and features a suede lining for a snug, secure fit. It also includes the SLS (Self Locking System) Hood Guard, a rotating hood to provide protection against slash and grab attempts. The patented system secures the weapon in the holster more effectively than a traditional thumb-break retention system.

The rugged STX finish (available in STX Tactical Black, STX Plain Black, STX Basket Weave, and STX Hi-Gloss Black) creates a durable hard-shell synthetic material that's abrasion-resistant and impervious to moisture including blood-borne pathogens. The soft SAFARI-SUEDE lining absorbs oils and moisture, and helps prevent holster wear. The closed bottom with a drain hole keeps cartridges dry and probes contained during an accidental discharge.

The 6520 also comes standard with Safariland model 745BL belt clip, which is a unique, light-weight, injection-molded belt clip. It simply snaps on or off belts, including duty belts, without removing other accessories or gear. It's designed to fit firmly on belts from 1.5 to 2.25 inches wide.

Tags: TASER, X2, Holsters, Blade-Tech, Blackhawk, Safariland, OfficerStore.com

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