Your Right 2 Protect

YR2P

The Blackhawk Your Right 2 Protect (YR2P) initiative has been developed to provide some guidance for new and experienced gun owners; to help you and your families feel confident, prepared, and protected. 

We aim to educate new firearms owners on the various carry positions and help identify which carry position is right for you. Take a look at the carry positions below. 

Resources

Checklist for New Gun Owners – USCCA 

Concealed Carry App – ConcealedCarry.com 

OWB Carry

OWB Carry

The two options for Outside-the-Waistband (OWB) Carry are OWB Hip Carry and OWB Behind Hip Carry. 

OWB Hip Carry leans heavy on speed and light on concealment. Concealment can be achieved by wearing a light jacket or untucked shirt, but a visible outline of the firearm will be more noticeable. 

OWB Behind the Hip Carry is common when carrying concealed under an untucked shirt or light jacket. Being positioned away from the front visible part of your body, this position lends itself well to concealment. 

Blackhawk

T-Series L2C is our premier duty rated, thumb activated, compact holster with fitments for the top manufacturers. The T-Series L2C is made for the mission.

$64.95
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The Blackhawk Omnivore is a multi-fit holster that accommodates more than 150 styles of semi-automatic handguns with an accessory rail. The thumb-driven active retention mechanism locks onto our proprietary Rail Attachment Device, not the frame of the handgun.

$62.95
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Our Custom Kydex® OWB is designed and constructed of rugged, heavy-mil .08” thickness Kydex®, built for life-long use without compromising your comfort. 
Price reduced from $79.95 to $69.56
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IWB Carry

IWB Carry

Three options are available when carrying Inside-the-Waistband (IWB); IWB Hip Carry, IWB Behind Hip Carry, and Appendix Carry. 

IWB Hip Carry is considered a balance between speed and concealment. If consistency of draw is desired OWB and IWB Hip carry positions are a good choice. 

IWB Behind Hip Carry considered a deep concealment method. When concealment is valued over speed and efficiency of draw, IWB Behind Hip Carry position is a good choice. 

Appendix Carry requires the holster and firearm to be near the center location on the body. This method of carry is considered one of the fastest and most efficient positions to draw from. Appendix carry is considered a more advanced technique and needs to be practiced to proficiency. 

Available in Base and Premium configurations. Stache ™ IWB is the most technologically advanced, modular Inside-The-Waistband concealed carry holster system designed never to be seen. Base Model includes holster and belt clip. Premium Model also includes magazine carrier and concealment claw.

$64.95
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TecGrip FormLok is a multi-fit holster designed to mold and retain your firearm for the perfect inside the waistband carry. This technology packed holster system allows the user to thermoform the plastic core of the holster around their firearm to achieve passive retention.

$54.95
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The most customizable inside-the-waistband holster on the market, shipped in three days or less. Our Custom Kydex® IWB is designed and constructed of rugged, heavy-mil .08" thickness Kydex® and built for life-long use.
Price reduced from $80.95 to $70.43
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Alternative Carry

Alternative Carry

You have four options when considering an Alternative Carry position. Pocket Carry, Ankle Carry, Shoulder Carry, and Fanny Pack or Belly Band Carry. 

Pocket Carry works well with .380 and micro 9MM caliber handguns. Typically, a good Pocket Holster will dilute the outline of the handgun to make it appear as a wallet. 

Ankle Carry is primarily utilized for business casual concealment, when carrying on belt or wearing a jacket is not practical. This location is best used with smaller handguns 

Shoulder Carry is primarily utilized for cold weather concealment, under jacket. If your task for the day takes you outside, with-out the opportunity to wear something on your belt, this is a good choice. 

Fanny Pack Carry is primarily utilized when all other methods of carry are no longer an option. Often this practice is best utilized for trail running.  

Belly Band Carry offers many of the advantages of IWB concealed carry, but allows the user to accomplish this without the need for pants and a belt. Also compatible with upper-torso carry.  

The Blackhawk Stache N.A.C.H.O.™ (Non-Conventional Adaptive Carry Holster Option) was designed to ensure our customers can always be armed; allowing the user to carry their trusted EDC gun and holster at times where you may not be wearing pants and a belt.

$44.95
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Model: 60SF01BL

The Stache R.A.H.C. (Rapid Access Holster Carrier) was designed for a low profile. Constructed of light weight 200D polyester to lower the users tactical profile, making you look like any other tourist. The RAHC offers the user the ability to carry while out on a run, or while not wearing a belt.

$89.95
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Made with soft knit fabric, the Nylon Ankle Holster keeps your pistol under wraps while providing comfortable next-to-skin wear.

$42.45
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