The HC11 holster allows for a natural draw, comes with either a Passive or Active retention, and is compatible with most pistol rail mounted accessories (lights and lasers) on the market.
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Features of the HC11 include:
- Universal fit for standard railed accessories.
- Patent pending Frame Locking System available with either Active or Passive retention
- Available for standard size 1911s that use a Recover CC3H grip and rail system.
- Right-hand or Left-hand draw
- Includes paddle mount
Recover’s patent pending Frame Locking System provides the option of either active or passive retention. Active retention requires the pressing of the button on the side of the holster to “unlock” and release the gun from the holster. Passive retention holds the gun in place so it will not dislodge during regular use, and will allow you to draw the firearm simply by pulling with a little extra force.
Just like Recover’s popular grip and rail systems for 1911 and Beretta, the new 1911 holster was designed by world renowned Israeli weapons designer Tamir Porat (Porat also designed the IWI Tavor assault rifle).
The HC11 Holster is manufactured in Israel from the same high-grade, glass-reinforced polymer used by many polymer gun manufacturers. The holster comes with a paddle mount or can be attached to aftermarket fittings such as standard size belt loops or leg rigs.
Due to design enhancements such as the Frame Locking System, the Recover HC11 holster is designed to work with Recover’s updated CC3H grip and rail system. It will not fit with Recover’s original CC3 model of grips. Therefore, Recover is offering a free exchange program that allows all previous owners of the original CC3 grips to trade them in for a new set of the CC3H grips.
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The Recover holster for the 1911 is currently available in black with more colors to be released in the coming months, and comes with a limited three-year warranty. The holster has an MSRP of $59.99.
For more information on the HC11, please visit RecoverTactical.com.