VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – Blackhawk, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, announced today that it has added a Level 2 Duty (L2D) Light Bearing holster compatible with the Glock 17 to the T-Series Red Dot Sight (RDS) Holster line. The new L2D RDS fit is designed for use with pistol mounted red dot sights and is available in left- and right-handed configurations.
The new dual-injected molded holster is compatible with red dot sights including but not limited to the Trijicon RMR/SRO, Leupold Delta Point Pro, SIG Romeo1Pro, plus other similar sized optics. Each RDS holster features a removable, rotating dust cover that protects the optic from impacts and debris while the firearm remains secure in a durable glass reinforced nylon mold. This combination of features provides users with a sleek, ergonomic design without adding extra bulk to the holster.
The T-Series RDS L2D Holster can be used with the Streamlight TLR-1 and TLR-2 pistol lights and will accommodate the Glock 17/19/22/23/31/32/45/47 pistol models. As the world’s first thumb driven, dual-injected molded holster, each model is standard with a soft touch inner layer that is both super slick and sound-dampening. This durable and efficient, low-friction design translates into a smooth, quiet draw or when re-holstering the sidearm.
Designed to follow Blackhawk’s Master Grip Principle, all T-Series holsters have been specifically developed to allow the user’s hand to land naturally where it should in order to deploy the sidearm.
For more information on the new light-bearing T-Series L2D RDS Holsters or to view the complete line of T-Series holsters visit www.blackhawk.com/holsters/.
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