Safariland has announced several new holster fitments of their Schema IWB rig. The Schema is a minimalist holster with a very low profile. It also boasts a minimalist price tag. Let’s see what new versions are being offered.
Safariland @ TFB:
I previously reviewed the Schema holster for the SIG Sauer P365. At that time, only a few options were available like the Glock 43/43X and Springfield Hellcat. Safariland now offers several other fits for popular carry pistols, including:
- Glock: 19 and 45
- Smith & Wesson: M&P 2.0 Shield, M&P Shield, and M&P Shield Plus
- Taurus: G2C and G3C
With these new models, Safariland will support many of the prevalent concealed pistols. However, the Schema is not compatible with brakes or weapon lights. It does work with most red dot sights, though. Unfortunately for the 10% of people who insist on being left-handed, the Schema is only available in right-handed models.
From the manufacturer:
The Schema Inside-the-Waistband holster features a minimalist design for enhanced concealment with smaller footprint compared to traditional inside the waistband holsters. Superior functionality and passive retention provide an exceptional platform for everyday carry for any user.
Minimalist design is purpose-built for IWB (inside-the-waistband) carry
Reinforced mouth allows firearm to be reholstered while holster is worn
Adjustable cant and vertical mounting enables customized placement
Firearm specific design creates secure fit
Integrated passive trigger guard retention adds positive retention
Trigger shields increase safety during wear and draw
Sight channel provides clearance for standard height sights
All images from Safariland
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