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Alien Gear Releases Line of Kimber Micro Holsters

In the last issue of CONCEALMENT we broke down the Kimber Micro 9. Since it’s relatively new, specific holster selection is limited — but Alien Gear has begun addressing that deficiency with a new offering.

Industry News: Alien Gear Releases Line of Kimber Micro Holsters

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Post Falls, ID – After a wave of requests, Alien Gear Holsters released an entire series of Kimber Micro Holsters with room to accommodate the popular TLR-6 Tactical Light by Streamlight.

This concealed carry pistol is now compatible with all Alien Gear Holsters, including the customizable Cloak Mod OWB Holster and the award-winning Cloak Tuck 3.0 IWB Holster. Both handmade holsters are designed with customizable cant (angle) and retention.

Alien Gear Holsters’ groundbreaking universal shell system allows carriers to transfer their Kimber Micro with TLR-6 from one holster base to the next using the same molded holster shell. This innovative design eliminates the need for carriers to buy multiple holsters for each individual gun.

Check out the Alien Gear Kimber Micro holsters start at just $29.88.

Every American-made holster is backed by a Forever Warranty, 30-Day Test Drive, and Free Holster Shell Trades for Life. 

You can visit Alien Gear online here


 

 

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