Blackhawk has recently added two new holster fit options for the Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro and the SIG Sauer P365 X-Macro slimline pistols in Blackhawk’s Stache IWB concealment holster product line.
The Blackhawk Stache holster line was introduced two years ago, and the design is based around a lightweight IWB (inside the waistband) ambidextrous concealment system made from polymer. Stache IWB holsters can be configured and customized by the wearer for ride height, pistol grip angle and to what extent the holster is tucked against the wearer’s body.
“The Stache has proven to be very popular because of its modularity and comfortable design,” said Justin Hoffman, product manager at Blackhawk. “It’s exciting to give both professionals and responsibly armed citizens who carry Hellcat Pros and P365 X-Macros on and off-duty, the same versatile and dependable concealment option so many others have trusted in harm’s way. We look forward to expanding the Stache line to even more models of carry pistols soon.”
Both the SIG Sauer P365 X-Macro and the Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro stand out amongst modern striker-fired pistols designed for concealed carry, as both are on the larger side of their respective product families. Though they are “larger” than the regular SIG Sauer P365 or the standard Springfield Hellcat, both the X-Macro and Hellcat Pro are still thinner and smaller than a traditional duty size pistol. As modern carry guns, both models are optics-ready from the factory and accommodate micro red dots that work off the Shield RMSc or the Holosun-K footprints.
Blackhawk Stache holsters include a 1.5-inch wide IWB belt clip, but larger 1.75-inch clips can be bought separately. Currently Blackhawk is offering the base model Stache holster for the X-Macro and the Hellcat Pro, and the company plans to release the premium version of the Stache holster in the near future. Visit blackhawk.com to learn more.
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