As a salute to the men and women of law enforcement, the new L2C holsters will feature a blue, inner molding that is displayed along the edge of the exterior of the holster.
The new, limited-edition holster will be offered in five fit options across the various holster molds and only available while supplies last. The Blackhawk T-Series L2C holster will offered be in both left and right-handed fits for the Glock 17 and SIG Sauer P320 pistols as well as right-hand only model for the Glock 19. The new holsters will retail for $59.95.
The Blackhawk T-Series line is the world’s first thumb driven, dual-injected molded holster. The holster combines the company’s proven outer body strength made possible with a glass reinforced nylon along with a soft touch inner liner 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.
Like previously introduced Blackhawk models, the L2C holster has been specifically designed to assist with concealed carry. Each holster model is standard with a new speed cut to help with a faster draw and features a low-profile design for ease of concealment. The L2C holster is also RMR-compatible, enabling users the ability to add a red dot to their carry firearm.
The duty-rated holster is standard with an all-new Quick Dual Release (QDR) attachment method. Using an intuitive button release, the QDR allows the holster to be easily added and removed from a belt without weaving it through traditional belt loops. The QDR can easily accommodate belts ranging from 1.5 to 2.25 inches and allows the holster to be canted at various angles, depending on user preference. In addition to the QDR attachment, all T-Series L2C holsters come standard with a 2-slot belt loop. The 2-slot belt loop has been ergonomically designed to follow the body contour and help reduce offset.
For more information, visit www.blackhawk.com/holsters/.
National Police Week traces its origins to a presidential proclamation signed by President John F. Kennedy in 1962, designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day. A memorial service in Washington, D.C.’s Senate Park began in 1982, and the over decades the event grew into National Police Week.
Historically, National Police Week has drawn tens of thousands of attendees, providing a unique opportunity for law enforcement officers to meet their colleagues from around the country. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused all National Police Week gatherings to be canceled, but a virtual candlelight vigil honoring fallen officers will be held on May 13. For more information, visit www.policeweek.org.