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Mission First Tactical to Debut New Holster Line at SHOT Show 2017

Developed by a MFT team of law enforcement, military and civilian end users, the new holster line offers an optimal fit, finish and performance.

Pennsylvania-based firearms accessories manufacturer Mission First Tactical is set to debut a new line of holsters at SHOT Show 2017 this January in Las Vegas. While details are scant at this point, the company is offering up a teaser of what to expect.

“The addition of a handgun holster line is a natural progression from our rifle/carbine accessories, since tactical operators also carry a backup handgun in addition to a rifle platform. We at MFT wanted to make certain that the holsters complimented our other accessories in design, material and functionality. Using the latest high-tech materials and production methods, our new holster line has all the fit, feel and performance one expects from MFT,” said Gordon Edelman, President of Mission First Tactical.

According to the press release:

The MFT team of experienced advisors and designers researched materials to develop a holster that would have capabilities unlike any other holster on the market. After evaluating multiple materials, MFT selected Boltaron for its uniform wall thickness, impact and scratch resistance, chemical and stretch/wear resistance. In addition, Boltaron is ten times more impact resistant than standard plastics, is fire retardant and is resistant to cracking in artic cold and deforming in extreme heat. The new material is only known to small custom shops, and is made using sophisticated laser capabilities to produce super clean edges with superior finishing techniques. Every holster undergoes hand assembly and finishing, resulting in a perfect combination of the latest technologies and hand-crafted attention to detail.

The OWB holsters will make their debut, with multiple models in the pipeline. The suggested retail price is $69.99.

For more information about Mission First Tactical, visit www.missionfirsttactical.com.

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