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Fobus Holsters Introduces the GL42ND Holster for Glock 42

July 29, 2014  | 

Photo: Fobus
Photo: Fobus

Fobus International, manufacturer of holsters and pouches, has introduced the GL42ND holster for the Glock 42. The one-piece holster body is constructed with reinforced polymer and is designed to be lightweight and extremely rugged. Retention is adjustable using a tension adjustment screw to allow the user to select preferred presentation with security. The paddle insert is rubberized for comfort and stability. The steel rivet attachment system on the paddle and holster body are reinforced for added durability and strength. Additionally, the sight channel is protected.

The GL42ND comes with the Fobus paddle (GL42ND) or the Fobus Belt Holder (GL42NDBH) that allows the holster to ride high and keep a low profile. Also available is an Ankle holster (GL42NDA). All are also available for left-hand draw. As with all Fobus holsters, the GL42ND is designed to be maintenance free and comfortable for everyday wear with a lifetime guarantee. MSRP starts at $37.99.

About Fobus Holsters:

Fobus Holsters were first developed in Israel for the Israeli military and special services. As a leader in injection molding polymer technologies, Fobus developed the first lightweight and durable retention concealed carry holster. Fobus Holsters are distributed exclusively in the United States by First Samco Inc.

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