What is the benefit of double layer Kydex holster?
One of the primary benefits of using a double layer Kydex holster for competition shooting is the rigidity it provides. The dual-layer design of the Kydex material, which is typically from 0.16″ to 0.186″ inch thick, adds a considerable amount of structural support to the holster. This prevents the holster from flexing or bending during use, which can be particularly useful when drawing and reholstering your firearm in a fast-paced competition setting.
That being said, a properly made double layer Kydex holster will minimize the potential for binding and allow for consistent and reliable draws, even if the shooter doesn’t draw perfectly vertically.
Do you make holsters for concealed carry?
At this time, our company specializes in creating custom Kydex holsters for competition use. While our holsters may be used for outside the waistband (OWB) concealed carry, the speed cut and its rigidity may not be ideal for daily use. We do not currently have plans to develop holsters specifically intended for everyday carry purposes. However, we are always looking for ways to expand and improve our product offerings, so this may change in the future.
Are there any differences in performance or quality between dual-layer Kydex holsters made with 0.08″ and 0.093″ Kydex?
We offer both dual-layer holsters with 0.08″ and 0.093″ Kydex, and while both provide excellent rigidity, our dual-layer 0.093″ holsters are considered among the most rigid on the market. Tough the difference in stiffness between the two options is noticeable, the choice ultimately depends on the user’s preferences and needs.
However, it’s worth noting that the availability of certain colors or patterns may be limited to the 0.08″ thickness option. Regardless of which thickness you choose, our holsters are made using only the highest quality materials and the latest manufacturing techniques, ensuring that they are durable and will perform optimally for as long as you need them.
Is there a discount available for law enforcement, active military, veterans, and first responders?