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Thumb-Activated Blackhawk T-Series L2D & L3D Holsters are Duty Rated

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Blackhawk recently introduced its newest line of duty-rated holsters. The new Blackhawk T-Series L2D and L3D holsters incorporate a thumb-activated retentions system.

Blackhawk T-Series Features

Firstly, the heart of the new system is the thumb-activated retention system. Additionally, the thumb activation follows master grip principle, according to Blackhawk. Also, the holster comes with Level 2 and Level 3 retention to meet the needs of various law enforcement agencies. Further, the Level 3 system adds a retention strap over the back of the slide to ensure maximum retention of a duty sidearm.

Inside, the duty holsters utilize a low-friction material to encourage a smooth, effortless draw, according to the company. Also, the lining features sound-dampening for stealth drawing and holstering, according to Blackhawk.

Blackhawk manufactures each T-Series holster from durable material. Moreover, the resulting holster provides protection yet maintains a sleek design with minimal bulk.

Above all, Blackhawk T-Series L2D and L3D holsters accommodate Glock 17, 19, 22, 23, 34 and 35 and SIG Sauer P320 pistols. Further, prices range from $129.95 to $169.95 depending on configuration and level of retention.

For more information, visit blackhawk.com.

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